Lone Peak Performance has built a world-class training system for the most elite athletes of the Big Sky Ski Education Foundation. Our coaches know how to train athletes to maximize gains in ski specific skills, generating results that carry over to the slopes and help you maximize performance when it matters most.
Fall Pre-Season Dryland Services for BSSEF
BSSEF Dryland Training Services
Regarding COVID-19 precautions, this year we are reducing group size and abiding by all CDC guidelines on site. We will also be offering virtual and remote training plans for athletes who prefer to workout at home.
If you have any questions about the program, please call our office to learn more.
- Lone Peak Performance Bozeman (406-551-9077)
- Lone Peak Performance Big Sky (406-995-4522)
8-Week Dryland Program: October 12th - December 10th, 2020
Lone Peak Performance Bozeman
- Group 1: Tuesdays & Thursdays at 4 pm (U12) https://lppf.ptminder.com/store/packages/35274
- Group 2: Tuesdays & Thursdays at 5 pm (U14 + U16)* https://lppf.ptminder.com/store/packages/35275
- Group 3: Mondays & Wednesdays at 4pm (U10) https://lppf.ptminder.com/store/packages/35276
- Group 4: Mondays & Wednesdays at 5 pm (U14 + U16)* https://lppf.ptminder.com/store/packages/35277
Lone Peak Performance Big Sky
* U14 + U16 will train together this year.
- Introduction to gym-based training
- Exposure to ski-specific training.
- A large emphasis on body awareness, injury prevention exercises, agility, balance, mobility, and team building. No weights are used at this age.
- Strength development age group.
- Athletes learn how to become stronger off-snow in preparation for ski season.
- A large emphasis on learning correct form of exercises, jumping/landing correctly, body awareness, and agility work. Athletes are now exposed to the mentality of working hard and how it pays off when it comes time to ski. No weights are used at this age. At this age, athletes learn how to master body-weight movements.
- Competition development age group
- Athletes preparing for competition season learn how to safely and effectively strength train for improved performance. When appropriate, athletes learn the fundamentals of weight train and develop the mechanics for jumping and changing direction.
- A large emphasis on conditioning, strength training, agility, and advanced balance training.
- Elite level training for peak performance
- Athletes prepare for competition season by developing strength, power, and agility.
- A large emphasis on ski-specific strength training, explosive movements, and advanced plyometrics.
- Same focus as U16. In some cases, groups will be formed between age brackets based on training age (different from biological age) in the weight room. Athletes in this age group are encouraged to join year-round training program as summer and winter training are necessary for success at this age.
1:1 Individual and Small Group Elite Training
For the athlete that is ready to push their performance to the next level, we offer sport specific year-round training services. Please call our Bozeman (406-551-9077) or Big Sky (406-995-4522) offices to learn more about our highly individualized 1:1 and small group training options.
Concussion Baseline Testing/Return to Sport Services
Lone Peak Performance is including a baseline concussion screening on all BSSEF members participating in any training program. Baseline testing and screenings will be led by our Physical Therapists. If your athlete sustains a concussion during the season, our Physical Therapists will be your primary resource for concussion testing, subsequent treatment, and return-to-sport decision making.