This camp is one of our most-loved. It is a great early-season volume training camp and, as importantly, a fun, family-oriented event – bring the whole family.
It is a wonderful way to meet other members. All registrants must be active Foothills Nordic members. For the coaching sessions only athletes who are currently registered in programs with FNSC (JR+ up to ULLR are permitted to participate). All other members are free to ski at their own discretion.
Registration closes: October 31, 2018
November 16-18, 2018
Who can attend: Jackrabbits Plus, Track Attack, Biathlon Bears, and Racing Bears, T1, T2 and LC and ULLR
GUEST SPEAKER – DR GREG WELLS http://drgregwells.com
We are excited to present Dr. Greg Wells as our speaker at the this year’s Snow Camp! Greg will be speaking and offering a Q&A session at 7:30pm on Saturday November 18th. All FNSC members are welcome to attend this presentation, regardless of whether you are staying in the hostel or the Inn. The venue is currently planned to be in the upstairs fireside lounge of the hostel.
About Dr. Greg Wells: Greg is a physiologist, scientist, professor, broadcaster, and author of The Ripple Effect – Sleep Better, Eat Better, Move Better, Think Better, Live Better, Not Harder. The Ripple Effect talk is all about how to sleep, think, eat and move better for exponentially better health and peak performance. In this presentation, you’ll learn simple, scientific strategies to sleep soundly, eat smarter, move more and think clearly which can help to dramatically improve health and enhance sport performance. Drawing on scientific research and practical experience, he will show student athletes how they can perform to their potential and improve their health at the same time.
Greg has sent us some copies of his book for members to buy for $20. Please email me if you would like to buy a copy in advance of Greg’s presentation. In the meantime, check out these YouTube links for some talks Greg has given in the past.
Please Note: All athletes/kids must be accompanied by a parent or guardian. That parent or guardian will be responsible to supervise, transport and care for that athlete outside of the training times. Any misdemeanours will be charged to the parent or guardian.