Archive for the ‘Training Information’ Category

Abigail’s Breakfast of Champions

Posted by on August 12th 2008 in Team Communication, Training Information

Abigail Larson MS, CSCS, 2006 OlympianAbigail Larson

Editors note: This article used by permission. First published in the August 11, 2008 Issue of SkiPost Volume 8 Number 28

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Duluth XC Summer Youth Program

Posted by on June 1st 2008 in Team Communication, Training Information, Uncategorized

Duluth XC Summer Youth Program

2008 Program Coached by Andr

St. John

Posted by on June 1st 2008 in Events, Team Communication, Training Information

Caitlin Compton St. John

Spring

Posted by on May 26th 2008 in Team Communication, Training Information

Chad GieseBy Chad Giese
Factory Team
First published in SkiPost Reprinted by permission

Spring is one of my favorite times of the year. Despite being physically tired and mentally drained after a long racing season it is now when I start to get excited for next season. During these low key weeks of running, biking, relaxing, and working, I generally just do whatever my body feels like it wants to do each day and sometimes that 1 hour workout turns into a 4 hour tour. So I don

Summer Training Programs

Posted by on May 8th 2008 in Events, Team Communication, Training Information

Just another month of school and then a great three months of summer! What are you going to do to stay in great shape for the sports that you love? Here are two excellent possibilities for skiers in the Duluth area:

Summer Youth Program Registration Open

Registration is open for DXC

In The Zone

Posted by on February 11th 2008 in Team Communication, Training Information

In The Zone

Yuriy GusevBy Yuriy Gusev
Executive Director
Central Cross Country Ski Association

First published in Cross Country Skier, October 2007
Reprinted by permission

As you increased the intensity (workload) during your exercise or workout, your body responds differently at the various levels of exercise. Your body using aerobic energy sources at the lower intensity levels and anaerobic energy sources at the upper levels of intensity. These are different physiological

Inside Speed Training

Posted by on February 11th 2008 in Team Communication, Training Information

Inside Speed Training

Originally Printed in Ski Post
January 31. 2008 Vol. 8/ No. 18

Reprinted by permission

Andy NewellBy: Andrew Newell
US Ski Team
Salomon Athlete Force

Although speed training may seem like a fairly basic part of our training, the truth is sometimes the shortest bursts of energy take the most thought. Over the past few years there have been several advances in the way we approach our speed training to ensure we