Registration is temporarily closed for these classes. If you are interested in registering skiers for these classes, please inform Ken Campbell at email@example.com and he will put your skier on a waiting list.
We expect to reopen registration once we have more trained instructors available (after December 10). If you wish to become an instructor for Waterloo Region, let Ken Campbell know and he will tell you how we can help you to get trained.
Worried about being able to make it up those first dreaded hills once the snow falls? Looking to get some early conditioning in with some fun fellow club-members? Searching for an excuse to eat more stuffing this Thanksgiving? Come on out to Adult Dryland Training! All fitness levels are welcome
If you are interested, please email Cailinn Burns (firstname.lastname@example.org) – I will be putting together a custom email list for weather and other updates.
Membership: Since this is a WRNSC-run activity, you must be a member in good standing to participate with the group – please update your registration if you have not already done so at http://wrnsc.ca/.
When: Training starts 6:30 pm Tuesday, October 10, 2017, and will continue on a weekly basis thereafter until there is snow.
Where: We will meet at McLennan Park in Kitchener. For those who are unfamiliar with this area, it is on the south side of Ottawa Street, east of Westmount, across the road from Sheridan Nurseries Garden Centre. We usually park in the lot with the Ottawa Street entrance just below the toboggan hill. <https://www.google.ca/maps/place/McLennan+Parkemail@example.com,-80.492053,15z/data=!4m2!3m1!1s0x0:0xee709724ad9f5350>
What to bring: Dress for the weather and wear runners. Please bring ski/walking poles, and head lamps for when it gets dark.
Program: We’ll do a variety of activities, including walking and bounding with the poles and if people are interested, some circuits of squats, lunges, push-ups etc. – similar to last year, for those who attended. The program will not “build on itself”, i.e. if you miss a week or two you won’t be lost. The goal is to practice some sport-specific conditioning exercises. We’ll change it up regularly to keep it interesting.