May 6

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    Matt DeCarufel

    Hello T2 Athletes,

    Welcome to training for the 2021-2022 Season! Many details have been shared via email from me already, but for the majority of communication we will use the forum for the go to place (as you are used to from last year). As you continue on your athletic development journey, this year is the introduction to thinking of Nordic skiing and Biathlon as a year round sport.

    There are several COVID cases in our community, it’s important to be vigilant and remain healthy. As much as possible, please keep interactions within your family bubble. Please stay home if you are not feeling well or have been exposed to someone with COVID-19. CRUCIAL -> Keep a 2-meter distancing before, during and after workouts. Please fill in the daily checklist on your own HERE Always have a mask in your drink belt.

    All athletes and families did wonderful last year with the club’s covid protocol. We did not have to shut down any pods the past 12 months, not even for 1 day. Unfortunately, the next couple of months will feel like last year, but hopefully the number of cases and hospitalizations go down and some restrictions get lifted for the summer.

    The T2s will be just 1 POD for the Spring and Summer given the number of athletes who will be in the program (8 athletes and 1 coach- Matt). The official zone4 registration will be up and live in the next few weeks, but your registration from last year is sufficient for insurance purposes to get training started in the new year. All team policies can be found on the website if you would like more information.

    Now the fun part, TEAM TRAINING:

    Thursday (6) Running and Strength
    Meet between the Cemetery and the Holiday Inn.
    Be sure to have your drink belt, running shoes, and dressed appropriately for the weather. Spring can be tricky, so look out the window or check the weather when you are getting ready for the session. We will do a trail run on the trails up around Silver Tip.

    “It’s going to be a journey. It’s not a sprint to get in shape.”

    —Kerri Walsh Jennings

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