U12 Jumping & Nordic Combined Summer Training Program
Due to the Covid-19 epidemic, all SSWSC summer programming is subject to change. Program start/end dates, times, schedules, structure and prices may be adjusted. If necessary, programs may be cancelled. We will communicate any program changes to all families who have registered.
This program is designed for jumping or nordic combined athletes ages 10 and 11 or that plan on being in the U12 J/NC program in the winter. Athletes will experience personal growth while developing a broader foundation of jumping and/or cross country skills needed in the winter season. Sessions will focus on jumping on plastic, agility, flexibility, strength and technical drills and endurance adventures around Howelsen Hill. Participants must be willing and able to participate in active adventures that last up to two hours. Each dryland session will include some specific technique coaching for jumping. Full summer and weekly registration options offered to work with family schedules. On Tuesdays and Wednesdays, the bump jump will be set up on the landing hill to accommodate a broader range of abilities so that more kids can be involved with summer ski jumping. U12 ski jumping and nordic combined athletes are also encouraged to sign up for FunFit sessions.
Required equipment: Running shoes, athletic clothing for all weather conditions, liquid replacement for all activities, sun protection (lotion, hat, sunglasses).
DATES AND TIMES:
May 26* - August 13 (12 weeks)
8:00-10:00am Tuesdays & Wednesdays (jump), Thursdays (dryland)
*Prior to June 3rd training sessions will take place from 4:00-6:00pm Tuesday-Thursday.
*Start date and structure of spring training will be adjusted as Covid-19 regulations permit.
3-day/week option (choose any 3 days):
$1,175 or $135/week
2-day/week option (choose any 2 days):
$875 or $95/week
HH jump hill and lift fees are included in the pricing. Full summer program options include camp coaching fees for both Park City camps (see Summer/Fall Training Camp Schedule), but do not include camp travel, food or lodging, jump hill fees, competition entry fees or shared coaches’ expenses. Full summer options include jumping equipment rental and suit. Fees are not prorated for vacations, etc. Time off is already built into the full season fees. If families are gone for an extended period or if the child has another conflict then they can sign up for individual weeks if that is a better option.