Dryland & Performance Dryland
All team members are encouraged to participate in dryland training led by coach Maria Schilling during the fall season. She has an MA in kinesiology and exercise physiology, and is also a Phy Ed. Teacher who has led our program for many years.
The goal of the program is to help with overall athlete conditioning as they head in to being on snow. It is held two times a week at the Kennedy Athletic Center in Bloomington, and once on Saturdays at a select outdoor location.
This training is included in the Buck Hill Coaching fees.
The Buck Hill Ski Racing Team is proud to hold a world class dryland program for U14 athletes and above. Ski racing is demanding and dryland can be a great equalizer.
The program is led by professional trainers who work with and coach athletes to maximize their strength, power, and agility during the off-season before athletes hit the snow. This program is built to help athletes become more competitive and achieve greater success in their racing by developing these skills.
This program is open to a limited number of athletes, and will be announced to the membership prior to each open training session available.