July 6-12

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    Upcoming activities in July:

    Monday, July 20th: STUR #3

    Wednesday, July 22nd: Middle Sister hike

    Wednesday, July 29th: Vertical Challenge. Get your hiking legs ready!

    July 31 – August 10: No team sessions, training is on your own.

    Monday (6):
    Multi, Primo, Supremo

    Biathlon Static Shooting: POD 1: 1100-1300

    For the ones racing the skate TT with other teams, our club starts are between 2:00pm and 2:15pm. The start list is not out yet so arrive as if you are starting at 2:00pm. Athletes will start 1 minute apart. Arrive at 1pm to start your warm up.

    The course is 2 laps of the biathlon rollerski loop (2 X 2.5km). Start and finish in the biathlon range area.

    IMPORTANT: Because this is a Biathlon Canada event, you need to fill in a 2nd health screening questionnaire in the morning: https://docs.google.com/forms/d/1jkYzaV3nyKBsNYeonia99PjFgdH8ctRfvdZEvVjsLQ0/edit

    You will use test skis but you need to bring your own skis to warm up. All test skis have NNN bindings.

    Location: CNC

    For the Pod 3 athletes that are not racing, you will have a session 1030-1200, rollerski skate. Meet at team room.

    Tuesday (7):
    Multi, Primo, Supremo

    You need: ~4 meters of rope to wrap around a tree, 2 “dumbbells” about 10lbs for younger athletes & up to 20lbs for older athletes, short physio band.

    Location: Riverside Park

    It’s great to run/bike for your warm up. Biking is easiest with your strength gear. You can bike directly to the park, drop off your equipment and continue biking for your warm up.

    Check the forum in the morning in case it rains heavy and we need to move to Zoom. 

    POD 1: Warm up for 30min (run/bike there), strength 0900-0950, then 30min run/bike back
    POD 3: Warm up for 20min (run/bike there), strength 1000-1050, then 20min run/bike back
    POD 2: Warm up for 30min (run/bike there), strength 1100-1150, then 30min run/bike back

    Biathlon Shooting: POD 3: 1600-1800

    Wednesday (8):
    T2, Multi, Primo, Supremo

    Long distance on Bow Valley Parkway. Get dropped off at the east end gate (Fireside). Pick up is at the same location, see training volume below.

    Classic rollerskiing for Pod 1-2-3, double pole focus. Skate rollerskiing for Pod 4.

    Pod 2: Leave Canmore 830. You will train for 2.75-3.0 hrs
    Pod 1: Leave Canmore 845. You will train for 2.75-3.0 hrs
    Pod 3: Leave Canmore 900. You will train for 2.50 hrs
    Pod 4: Leave Canmore 915. You will train for 2.25-2.50 hrs

    Take a look at the Russell video again and see if you can double pole like that today: http://www.hudl.com/technique/video/embed/Qtjpekb8

    We will have a pole sharpener if your pole tips are dull. Bring snacks for during and after.

    Thursday (9):

    No team session this morning due to 3000m run tomorrow.

    Biathlon Shooting – Not Typical!

    POD 1: 11:15 Arrival Testival – 600 Precision Test

    Scatt Laser Training in the afternoon for all biathletes – schedule to follow. This is completed at Rachel’s house. See email/TP for address.

    Friday (10):
    Multi, Primo, Supremo

    3000m run at the track with other teams. The CNSC starts are as follows: 10:00am: Pod 1, 10:30am: Pod 2, 11:00am: Pod 3. 1 minute between each athlete. Since it’s not a mass start, you need to keep track of your own laps (10 laps for 3000m). Start list will get created when you arrive.

    IMPORTANT: Because this is a Biathlon Canada event, you need to fill in a 2nd health screening questionnaire in the morning: https://docs.google.com/forms/d/1jkYzaV3nyKBsNYeonia99PjFgdH8ctRfvdZEvVjsLQ0/edit

    Ideally, run from your home to start your warm up. You can complete your warm up on the downtown paths.

    Run back home for a cool down.

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