The popular annual Fasterskier.com on-snow December 9-12 training camp in Park City, Utah is almost fully booked. There are only eight spots left so don’t wait to sign up. This is a great opportunity for anyone that is planning on racing this season to improve his or her upcoming race results. The camp’s focus will be on how to optimize your training, get the most out of your workouts, technique and how to race faster.
The camp format
The camp is open to any level skiers and is a combination of technique training and practical workouts such as intervals, speed and distance. It’s in other words a bit different than the typical “technique camp”. We’ll get you physically and mentally (!) ready to race!
You’ll get technique suggestions, be video filmed and have your blood lactate taken. Your fitness level doesn’t matter since we’ll help you train at your pace. Last year’s camp included beginners as well as good level skiers from age 25 to 70.
The 4-day camp starts Thursday morning on December 9th at 8.30 and ends around 2 PM on Sunday 12th. You can also make it a 3-day camp and join us from Friday to Sunday or Thursday to Saturday.
We’ll do two daily on-snow workouts.
Thursday to Saturday:
AM workout 8.30-10.30 – PM Workout 3.30-5.00
On Sunday we’ll run a 1.30 hour morning session, take a 1 hour break before we finish the camp with a 1-1.5 hour fun workout roughly at 1-2 PM.
The camp also includes a training talk by John and Torbjorn as well as a glide and kick wax clinic. The lectures will be held at the Best Western Landmark “camp hotel” at 2PM.
A Wasatch citizen classical technique race is scheduled on Saturday morning on December 11. We’ll do the race (optional) if the race takes place and the conditions are good. The citizen series typically attracts 150-200 skiers of all categories. There is an open class as well as age category classes.
The camp fee will be fully refunded if the camp is cancelled.
75% is refunded for a participant’s cancellations prior to one week before camp start, and 50% refunded for cancellations the last week prior to camp start.
To read a camp report from last year’s camp go to: