Super Tuesday training is three hours of intensive indoor training every Tuesday night with ATC.
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Introduction

The Braehead ‘Super Tuesday’ night training sessions run from 6pm to 9pm at Snow Factor in Glasgow. You will develop your skiing through gates, drills, fitness and fun! You will improve massively in these short but intense ski sessions.  Please follow the updates on the ATC Camps FB page. This is also where you can let us know if you are coming each Tuesday.

Focus of the Sessions

Braehead offers the opportunity to fine tune your core skills of balance, stance and timing, as well as clearing gates, and developing a fast line and clean carves.

To Book a session - Important!

Booking is easy! Register by posting a FB message by Sunday night at the latest for the following Tuesdays on out ATC camps FB page https://www.facebook.com/groups/944667778879902/ and letting us know your coming. This is confirmation of you coming as we need to book exact place and will get charged for your pass (£14) even if you do not attend. If you register but do not attend you will be charged for a pass and training fees (£32).

  • £16 per session coaching fee / Lift pass is £16 per session (please bring exact money)

  • Team ATC members are free of charge - attending U16 and U14 multi week winter programmes

ATC YEARLY PASS (On sale £450)

Buy a hassle free yearly pass to Braehead and save. Included all ‘Super Tuesday’ night training sessions valued at £700 and the Braehead summer camp valued at £220. Oh and there is a free Team ATC hoody included also. ATC

Programme

545pm - Sign in / Receive passes
6-9pm - Warm up routines / Setting tasks / Gate training

Equipment Check list

Slalom skis
Slalom protection
Helmet, Gloves, Goggles
Warm jacket
Racing top
Note pad and pen
Water bottle, snacks

Insurance

Please make sure you have insurance that covers ski racing in Scotland.

Booking - step by step

  1. Pay for the camp in full

  2. Fill out the booking form

  3. Read and sign ATC Athlete Code of Conduct http://www.alpinetrainingcentre.com/read-me-1/

  4. Ensure all equipment is ready and in good condition – call your coach if you need help

  5. Read your last ATC coaches report, and bring it with you

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