DRY LAND TRAINING
Dry Land Training will help athletes to get in shape for the competition season.
This training is open to Mountaineers, PARA, and Cross Team athletes
The 4 Dry Land Training sessions will be held on Oct 31, Nov 7, 14, and 21 from 12:00 noon to 3pm.
Activities will include exercises and drills to increase strength, agility, and stamina. Activities will be age appropriate and discipline specific.
Athletes must register ahead of time to participate.
Athletes that would like to develop individual training plans will have opportunities to work with trainers for an additional fee.
TRUE BLUE SPORTS FOR
READY FOR PARA???????
If you’re not sure if training with PARA next season is the right thing for your child, please consider the information below and talk with your child’s coach about his or her readiness for PARA.
HOW WILL COVID AFFECT BMR ?
We know that many of you want to know what our snow sports season will be like this season.
With the ever changing COVID-19 situation, Blue Mountain Resort is involved in discussions with PA Ski Areas Association member resorts to work toward policies that meet Commonwealth of PA guidelines. Our goals are to provide our guests with fun and exciting outdoor activities in the safest environment that can be offered.
As a resort run program, the Blue Mountain Competition programs will abide by all Mountain policies.
BMR will abide by all USSS and USASA guidelines for training and competition.
-US Ski and Snowboard has just announced protocols and guidelines for the coming competition season. Those guidelines can be found here: USSS COVID-19 Guidelines. Based on these guidelines, there will be significant race day changes. BMR is working with PARA and other race clubs to hold events in compliance with USSS policies. Due to the necessity to comply with USSS protocols there will be a delay in announcing the PARA race schedule.
- USASA COVID-19 protocols and guidelines have yet to be announced. Look for USASA updates here: USASA COVID-19 Info