CampsTrainingCXC July Camp For Master/Citizen Skiers

FasterSkier FasterSkierJune 22, 2006

TECHNIQUE AND TRAINING CAMP FOR MASTER/CITIZEN SKIERS

July 6-8

Cresthill Resort, Hayward, WI

CXC Skiing is pleased to announce a technique and training camp for master/citizen cross

country skiers. This camp will offer valuable information for all amateur athletes; first

through eleventh wave Birkie skiers and off season cross trainers.

Train shoulder to shoulder with CXC Ski Team athletes. Learn from the CXC Team coaches

and well known guest coaches.

CXC has purchased, and several Team coaches have been trained to operate the most highly

technical VO2 and CO2 analyzer available. VO2 test measures the amount of oxygen your

body uses at different exertion levels while you exercise on a bike or treadmill. This is done as

you breathe trough a mask during a short workout. The recorded information is then used to

determine your personal Intensity Zones. These zones will give you specific target heart

rates required for each level of intensity. It too is a valuable tool in developing specific

individual training plans. Training and exercising within your zones will get you results that

will amaze you!

Additionally, the equipment can analyze, chart, and print out a tremendous amount of data

relative to athletic efficiency and body functions during exercise.

During the camp you will:

– Work on classic and/or skate technique

– Complete comprehensive video analysis

– Learn how to maximize your training

– Measure VO2max, anaerobic & aerobic threshold*

– Determine your individual intensity zones

– Understand individual strengths and weaknesses

– Develop a personalized training plan based on above data

* VO2/CO2 testing can be done on the stationary bike trainer or running treadmill.

Camp Staff:

Bryan Fish — CXC Ski Team Head Coach

Bryan was a top ranked junior skier and a head coach for the UW-Green Bay Nordic Team

Yuriy Gusev — CXC Ski Executive Director/CXC Ski Team Assistant Coach

Yuriy was born, raced as a junior and collegiate athlete in Russia and has a highest coaching

collage degree in cross country ski coaching from Russian university.

Scott Wilson — CXC Ski Operating Officer/Masters & Junior Coach

Scott has been coaching juniors and masters for over 15 years and has received national

recognition in the cross country ski sport.

CXC Ski Team Athletes-Top ranked national level skiers coming off their best seasons ever.

On line or paper registration is available for the camp. Please go to www.cxcskiing.org for

complete details.

Special guest coach: U.S. Ski Team (TBD)

How much:

– $200 without – VO2/CO2 Testing, Aerobic/Anaerobic Threshold, Intensity Zones

determination & evaluation

– $350 with – VO2/CO2 Testing, Aerobic/Anaerobic Threshold, Intensity Zones

determination & evaluation

– $1,500 — Gold level Camp; up to one week training with the CXC Ski Team with

VO2/CO2 Testing, Aerobic/Anaerobic Threshold, Intensity Zones determination &

evaluation. Includes room and board. Fees will help to cover CXC Team costs. Gold

level camp participants will be recognized as CXC Team Patrons.

Schedule

Thursday

4.00pm – Skate Technique (Scott Wilson & Yuriy Gusev)

6.00pm — Video Analysis (Scott Wilson & Yuriy Gusev)

7.00pm – Dinner with the CXC Ski Team

8.30pm – Lecture: How to develop training plan (Bryan Fish, CXC Ski Team Head Coach)

Friday

9.00am – Classic Technique (Scott Wilson & Yuriy Gusev)

11.00am — Video Analysis (Scott Wilson & Yuriy Gusev)

12.00pm – Lunch

2.00pm – VO2/CO2 Testing, Aerobic/Anaerobic Threshold, Intensity Zones determination &

evaluation — running or cycling (Scott Wilson & Bryan Fish)

6pm — Cook out with the CXC Ski Team

8.00pm – Lecture: Strength Training (Bryan Fish, CXC Ski Team Head Coach)

Saturday

9.00pm – VO2/CO2 Testing, Aerobic/Anaerobic Threshold, Intensity Zones determination &

evaluation — running or cycling

Contact Info: Scott Wilson, ph: 715.462.9911, e-mail: wilson@creshillresort.com

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