Training, Technique & Skill Development Programs
Fundamental Dryland Training Programs (Levels 1-4)
Goal of the 4 levels of training…
The OVERHEAD PRESS (OHP) Position
To progress to Advanced Dryland Training, an athlete must demonstrate the Overhead Press (OHP) position.
Fundamental Dryland Training (Levels 1-4)
September or January start, runs to mid May
Fridays 7:10 – 8:10 pm
Sundays 6:35 – 7:35 pm
Athletes who have registered with TOEST do not need to register again with TOETT.
Dryland registration is complete when payment is received.
Dryland training sessions run from Sept to May with either a Sept or Jan start possible. Sessions are Friday and Sunday evenings. Coaching is focused on proper posture and technique during all movements.
Sessions are open to non-TOEST athletes. The program is suitable for all athletes, as core control, core strength, and core endurance are the focus. Competitive swimmers, cross country and track runners, triathletes, mountain bikers, soccer players, hockey players all stand to benefit in their game or meet performances and in the application of sport specific technique as a result of dryland training.
Last day Friday May 10th
$140 for 1x/week (Fri or Sun)
$255 for 2x/week (Fri & Sun)
January to May
1x / wk @ $140
2x / wk @ $255
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Refund Policy: TOETT DOES NOT provide refunds. With programs focused on quality, on learning, on athlete’s making significant progress, hi athlete turnover rate would compromise coaching and the experience of all athletes. We ask that prior to registering that all commitments, calendars, etc… are reviewed to avoid joining when the risk is that the athlete will miss many sessions and/or the athlete will have to drop out. Once an athlete registers, they have a reserved spot in a lane for the entire duration of the program.