|Alpine Webinar "Did you see that?!? in the Race Arena||Back to Calendar|
"Did you see that?!? In the Race Arena" is an interactive e-learning event for Level I, II, or III certified members interested in further developing their movement analysis skills. This event consists of three two-hour sessions in an e-learning format.
*This course does require attendance at all three sessions and includes required homework assignments for each. These requirements must be met to complete the course successfully and receive credit.
Required: Internet connection, speakers, and computer microphone required; A Webcam is strongly recommended but not mandatory. Connection via cell phone is strongly discouraged.
The online meeting's access information is included in the event confirmation email sent out after registering for the course. Please contact our Member Service Staff at firstname.lastname@example.org if you cannot locate this email after registering. A welcome email will be sent out before the event (2 to 3-days Prior) from the clinician leading your event.
Did You See That- In The Race Arena takes the O.E.P. (Observe, Evaluate, Prescribe) Movement Analysis model of our popular Did you See That?! Course and applies it to the performance characteristics of modern ski racing.
Is it retraction or extension? Racer "A" stays tall, Racer "B" more compact- we'll show where each tactic and technique might be beneficial in a course. In ski racing, mistakes are inevitable- the best racers condition their responses. Participants learn to recognize those moments and marvel at the agility of top performers.
Conducted over three evenings, members and the course conductor will look at winning and losing race runs to assess tactics and technique, skills, and athleticism. You'll look at an application of the 5 Fundamentals of Alpine Skiing relative to high-performance athletes and developing racers.
Be prepared to be challenged and inspired as you enhance your ability to coach the local race team or armchair quarterback the Worldcup.
Webinar access information will be included in the event registration confirmation email.
Course credits completed after July 1st and before June 30th, 2023, will be applied to the 2022-2023 season.