MHRC Competitive Racers: Dryland Program 2022
Our competitive program registration includes dryland training sessions held every Sunday from approximately 10:00 am to noon at Glen Eden or event location, beginning on October 2nd and ending on November 27th. Program participation is not mandatory but is a great way for athletes to work on their fitness to prepare for the racing season. The program offers a variety of fun and challenging activities supervised by MHRC coaches focused on improving the athlete’s overall level of fitness. Participants will be engaged in various outdoor endurance and strength activities plus additional fee-based activities including mountain biking, indoor ski ramp and climbing zone (these activities are supervised by external trained and certified instructors). All activities are limited to athlete participation. If parents only want to spectate, they will need to register separately through the HRCA reservation system ().
It is mandatory that AOA (Alpine Ontario Association) registration is completed prior to attending any dryland activities to ensure athletes have insurance coverage.
For those who are attending you are required to fill out the Glen Eden “Informed Consent” form. This form will need to be completed for all Glen Eden/Kelso based activities.
Registration is required in advance of each Sunday session on TeamSnap (*links to TeamSnap are provided in the training schedule posted on the right- expand to view them) and complete online payment for activities where required.
Registration for some events is now open.
Registration will be required by Noon on the Friday before each Sunday session. For the non-Kelso based activities, registration will close earlier (details to be announced) as the venues require extra notice of anticipated numbers.
Participants are requested to wear weather appropriate athletic clothing, personal water bottles and a yoga-style mat for ground cover. There are no make-up sessions for weather related cancellations or non-attendance.