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L100 In-Person Practicum and Technique Clinic: Sudbury, Massachusetts
November 12, 2022 @ 10:00 am – 3:00 pm
This one-day clinic is open to anyone looking to improve their ski technique, and learn ways to teach others effectively. We will cover both classic and skate techniques. This clinic is part of the U.S. Ski & Snowboard (USSS) L100 certification process but you do not have to seek certification to participate. The clinic will be led by Cate Brams, EMXC and 2022 NENSA Coach of the Year.
To receive USSS L100 credit you must signup through the USSS website, complete the prerequisites, and sign up for the in-person assessment. More info on all that HERE. If you cannot complete the prerequisites before the deadline please select the USSS L100 In-Person Assessment category so we can best keep track of attendees.
During the 3 hour technique clinic, coaches on the L100 track will participate in coaching demonstrations.
Registration for L100 is now live through U.S. Ski & Snowboard — CLICK HERE
Registration for the technique clinic portion without L100 certification – CLICK HERE
(Step by Step instructions on how to gain L100 Certification)
U.S. Ski & Snowboard Continuing Education Framework
NENSA membership information HERE.
Participants are encouraged to rollerski during the technique portion of the clinic. However, rollerskiing is NOT required. We will be staying in the parking lot of Lincoln-Sudbury School, so you can easily stay with the group on foot and learn about how to coach ski technique.
All clinic participants will have access to our fleet of Swenor skis and we will also have Swix poles to demo.
10:15 a.m. – Arrive, get equipment, get ready.
10:30 a.m. – Introduction to Ski-Specific Movement Patterns (on foot)
11:00 a.m. – Classic Technique Work – Rollerskis
12:00 p.m. – Freestyle Technique Work – Rollerskis
1:00 p.m. – Training Session Drafting & Effective Technique Incorporation
1:30 p.m. – Clinic Ends
For those pursuing L100 certification, there will be a subsequent virtual “Portfolio Discussion” scheduled approximately 1-2 weeks after the clinic to review the portfolio section of the L100 certification process.
What to bring:
– running shoes
– poles (skate and classic)
– roller skis (skate and classic)
– helmet (mandatory for rollerskiing!)
– water, and snacks
– high visibility vest, shirt, or jacket
– a penchant for having fun!
There is a lot of information to cover so please arrive early and be ready to start the clinic at 10:00am.
For clinic specific questions, contact [email protected] and [email protected]