What a fantastic week we just finished with lots of good training, meeting new friends and teammates followed by a trip up Medicine Bow Peak! Magic!
We are continuing to be settle in to our training routine this week such great fun!
Here is the training for the week!
It's getting real!
The Ripple Effect award is given to athletes whose actions have a positive effect on their coaches, teammates, perception of the team by the public or the University of Wyoming community.
I'd like to nominate Christi and Rachel for the ripple effect award for picking excellent SUS athletes to join us. I really enjoyed my time getting to know Leon, Harry, Freddy, and Doris this weekend. Also, to Leon and Harry for the good company they provided while we were stuck in the storage units during the storm.
I'd like to nominate Maddy and Ben for putting t2t together this year. It's potentially the hardest fundraiser to manage but they did it gracefully.
I nominate Kailee for leading the organization of all of the tables at T2T!
I want to nominate Doris for ripple awards for always having a positive attitude throughout the all of t2t, and always volunteering to help with any job.
I’d like to nominate Morgan for helping me out with Cart to Cart.
Wow! What an amazing week! So much fun and fantastic people!
Welcome to ALL the new skiers from around the world!
This week we will start to settle a little more into our usual training schedule, with one small bobble for the Wednesday Informational Meeting.
Here is the training for the week!
Here we go!!! Super excited to get this started!
This week we will meet our SUS teammates, start school, start practice with the entire team AND do T2T. Should be a crazy awesome adventure!
There will be lots of fun and games but here is the basic plan for the week:
Such an awesome break last week. Hopefully everyone is ready to rock this week because Leadville is coming! WooHo0!
We are in transition between our old strength space and our new one so we will be doing strength in LaBonte Park this week.
It has been an AMAZING summer of training! So much incredible work done by all!
It is now time to give your mind and your body a short break before starting school, work, or just fall training.
This week we will not have organized practice nor suggest any activities - it is time for you to play or sleep.
We want you to listen carefully to your body and do whatever it wants to do for an entire week. If it wants to eat ice cream then do that, if it wants to go kayaking, then do that - whatever you want to do for an entire week! We just want you to NOT do strength nor core for this week, even if your body wants it!
We will be heading back into the training following this week so enjoy some down time and get ready to rock!
Such a lovely week of training! We didn't do quite as good of a job on the recovery week as we had wanted because we got so excited to go to the mountains but we were able to ramp it down a little.
Now we're back to our 4th rotation of the summer, super exciting!
This has been a fun summer and we're on the homestretch!
If you have been following along with the Core Training then you'll know that we have moved to Core Rotation 3! Yay!
We are now hitting series of core exercises in a row to push specific muscle groups. Some of the series are challenging but when you do these you get stronger!!!
WooHoo! Finally made it to the Recovery week and we are ready for it! Last weekend found SNOW racers around Wyoming doing the Cody Triathlon and the Jackson Hill Climb. Great things were happening!
This week we'll take some extra time to get recovered to move into the next block of training. You want to take at least 2 days off and consider taking a nap instead of training.
Woohoo! We had an epic adventure run on Saturday and we're excited to do something slightly different this weekend - stay tuned.
Last OD week before we get a chance to do some recovery. Good training being done by all and we are seeing some real fitness gains!
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