Week 1: July 8 – 13, 2018 | Cost: $875 (Full!)
(includes lodging, meals, and transportation during stay)
Coed ages 8-16
At our Gould Competition Program Trampoline/Rails Camp, athletes will have the opportunity to prepare for the winter through a variety of activities. They will use Gould’s tramp room and foam pit to practice tricks and will work on improving fitness.
Weather permitting, campers will also have the opportunity to train rails “on snow” on Sunday Rivers infamous T-72 park trail. The Gould Freestyle/Freeskiing Coaches and Sundays Rivers Parks Crew have joined forces to provide this unique opportunity to train rails on snow in late June!
There will be outdoor activities that include hiking nearby mountains and swimming in lakes and waterfalls.
The athletes will be training in Gould’s Farnsworth Fieldhouse, complete with its own skate park, video room, and fitness center.
Coaches will work with athletes on:
- Goal Setting
- Video Analysis
- Training Plans
Sample Daily Schedule
7:30 am Breakfast
8:15 am Warm up, movement prep and stretch
9:00 – 12:00 pm Session 1 – Trampoline, Fieldhouse, Skatepark
12:00 pm Lunch
1:00 pm – 3:00 pm Session 2 – Agility & Strength training with video analysis
4:00 pm Session 3 – Trampoline, Fieldhouse, Skatepark
5:30 pm Dinner
6:00 pm Session 4 – Trampoline, Fieldhouse, Skatepark
9:30 pm In rooms and lights out
Coach Kimble has been Freestyle/Freeride skiing at Sunday River since the age of 6. After attending the University of Southern Maine, his passion for skiing led him to Lake Tahoe, Calif. where he skied for the Atomic Freeride Team. Coach Kimble moved back to Maine in 2003 to be closer to his family, friends, and home mountain, and has been coaching at Gould ever since. He has earned his ASEP, EMT, USASA Level II, USSA Level II Mogul, USSA Level III Aerials, and ISSA Strength and Conditioning and Youth Fitness certifications. When winter is over you can still find Coach Kimble working with freestyle/freeride athletes in Gould’s fitness and trampoline training facilities, at the Lake Placid or Quebec training complexes, or on the Mount Hood glacier, coaching summer freestyle ski training camps. Mr. Kimble resides in Newry with his wife, Carrie, their son, Caleb, and daughter, Ellyn.
Coach Flynn, a native “Mainer,” started Freeskiing in high school when he developed the first terrain park at his local ski area. He later attended college at the University of Maine in Farmington, where he acquired his bachelors in economics and completed a ski industries certificate program. While attending college he coached with the Gould Academy Weekend Program, produced ski movies, and organized ski events. After exploring events such as the X Games and the SIA Trade Show, he moved to Salt Lake City, where he started coaching full-time and freeriding his way around New England, Colorado, Utah, California, and Montana. He is now happy to be home in Maine where he can train the next generation of competitive freeskiers.