(Summer 2019)

Burlington Centennial Pool

First Day of Training:

Wed July 3rd

Last Day of Training:

Thu Aug 29th

Extra week vs 2018

Mondays @ 8:00-9:00pm
Wednesday @ 8:00-9:00pm
Thursdays @ 7:00-8:00pm


Complete the appropriate registration form by clicking on the ‘Sign Up Now’ button

Registration for MASTERS (18+) athletes

Registration for JUNIOR (12-18yrs) athletes

STEP 2 – Payment via Auto-Deposit


Name: TOETT     Email: aimee@toett.ca


3x/week ($270)

2x/week ($235)

1x/week ($185)

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(Winter 2018/19)


(Sep ’18 – May ’19)

Training Times

Fridays 7:10 – 8:10 pm
Sundays 6:35 – 7:35 pm

Registration for 13-17 yrs
Registration for 18+

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

Email: aimee@toett.ca

1x / wk @ $140

2x / wk @ $255

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Bike Handling Skills | On & Off Road (Spring 2019)

Dates & Times

Mondays 6:45 – 7:30pm

ON-ROAD @Brant Cycle
Apr 15, 22, 29 & May 6th

ON ROAD Bike Skills Course promo video

Mondays 6:45 – 7:30pm

OFF-ROAD @Glen Eden
May 13, 20 & 27th

Scroll down for an overview of the MTB skills trained in off road sessions & our 2018 team results from: Kelso MTB Race Series, O-CUP MTB Provincials, and the Tour of Pelham

We assume nothing and start with the basics: pre-ride checks, normal & emergency braking, steering (CycloX) turns, leaning (MTB) turns, triathlon & cyclocross mount & dismounts, pace line & group riding skills, wheel lifts, wheelies, track stands, progressing to the skill set needed to complete the Beginner & Novice/Sport/Expert events of the Kelso MTB Race Series. The goal is to have riders comfortable with being on their bike, the functions of their bike, and with basic bike handling skills on and off the road.

Sessions are at least 45 mins long. ON ROAD sessions are held in Brant Cycle’s parking lot (link to Google maps); OFF ROAD sessions start from the WEST LODGE of Glen Eden/start area of the Kelso MTB series (link to Google maps). In the event of a weather related cancellation, athletes will be contacted via email.

You will not be allowed to ride without: a properly fitting helmet & a bike which is in safe working condition. Cracked, expired or helmets without functioning chin straps do not count. Riders are encouraged to have their bike inspected by their local bike shop prior to the start date of the program. Novice level riders should have flat pedals; Sport level riders have the option of riding with clipless pedals.

Registration for 12-17 yrs
Registration for Adults

(includes ON & OFF ROAD)



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Access to Kelso Conservation Area: to access the mountain bike (MTB) trails at Glen Eden/Kelso Conservation Area, athletes will need to obtain a day or seasons permit to the park. We recommend a seasons pass if the athlete is going to compete in the Kelso MTB and/or Cyclocross series. The pass is valid for all Halton Conservation Areas, thereby providing access to additional MTB trails at the Hilton Falls park (north side of 401, just west of Appleby off Campbellville Rd).


(Spring 2019)


Shell Park Parking Lot

12 sessions across 14 weeks

April 17

July 17

Note: two (2) Wednesdays will be cancelled due to TOETT athletes participating at the Caledon Quarry open water swims (last Wednesday in June & July). An email will be sent out advising of dates once these events are confirmed.

A program for those who want to start running or restart running without starting with running. Say what? The forces that go through the feet, ankle, knee, hip and spine are magnified with running (up to 6x your body weigh).  If your joints, ligaments, tendons are not sufficiently strong & supple, you will – like 85% of all runners – suffer one or ongoing injury. This program is the first step (haha) to getting you into running or back into running… the right way.

The program runs 14 weeks, from April to July (we may go into August weather permitting). Sessions are approximately 75 mins and are held at Shell Park in Oakville (link to Google maps). In case of a weather related cancellation, participants will be contacted via email.

Equipment: although we will be training on grass any running shoes will suffice, trail or off road shoes are not required. A towel or mat is recommended if you don’t want to lie on the grass during the warm routine, and water.

Registration for 12-17 yrs
Registration for Adults




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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.