The Nordic Ski Club of Fairbanks is excited to expand its Masters training programs!
October can a tricky month to train. Too much ice or snow make it hard to bike and too little snow makes it difficult to ski. Stay motivated and gain fitness during the shoulder season with ski imitation workouts. This October we will offer a dryland training group with Christina Turman.
Turman will teach proper ski walking, moose hoof, and bounding techniques and lead you through an interval workout each week. Locations will vary week to week. The group can accommodate different fitness levels but participants should have a base line fitness of being able to jog 20 minutes continuously. No prior experiences with ski walking or bounding needed! Space is limited to just 20 so register today! To register click here
Tuesdays, Jan. 15th – March 19th
6:00pm to 7:30pm, Birch Hill
Each session will begin with drills that focus on skiing technique with some video analysis. The remainder of the class will be an interval workout where pacing and skiing efficiency will be emphasized. Skiers should be at least intermediate skate-ski skill level (familiarity with most skate techniques and when to use them). Training will be focused for the 50k Sonot, but anyone interested in an introductory training program is welcome to attend.
NSCF Member Rate: $175
Non-Member Rate: $200
To join the Nordic Ski Club of Fairbanks please visit our Membership page.
Give the gift of good health in 2018.
Register today for The Sonot Kkaazoot, the Nordic Ski Club’s biggest event of the season!
Click here to register.
Need help training?
Sign up for Coach Kristen Rozell’s 10th Annual Sonot Training Class
The Sonot training class will take place Tuesdays, January 16 through March 20. Classes will meet 6:00 to 7:30pm at the Jim Wisenhant Ski Trails at Birch Hill.
Each session will begin with drills that focus on skiing technique with some video analysis.
The remainder of the class will be an interval workout where pacing and skiing efficiency
will be emphasized. Skiers should be at least intermediate skate-ski skill level (familiarity with most skate techniques and when to use them). Training will be focused for the 50k Sonot, but anyone interested in an introductory training program is welcome to attend.
Questions? please contact Kristen Rozell at firstname.lastname@example.org
Visit http://sonotkkaazoot.org for detailed race information.
The current temperature at UAF is -12.9F. Tonight’s Junior Nordics and Adult lessons at UAF are cancelled due to the cold weather. Monday night lessons will resume as usual next week at UAF on Nov. 27th. If you have any questions please contact Rebecca Heaton at email@example.com or Sally Endestad at firstname.lastname@example.org.
The Nordic Ski Club will host a free wax clinic for parents and new skiers on Sunday, Nov. 12 at 3pm (immediately following the first Sunday Junior Nordics lesson). The demonstration will take place in the training room on the first floor of the Birch Hill Ski center (the big red building). All are welcome to attend!
Do something today that your future self will thank you for...Grab a friend and register for an adult classic or skate ski lesson today. Adult lessons are a great way to kick start the ski season- whether it’s your first time on skis or you’re just looking to enhance your skill set. For more information on Session I registration click here.