Summer agenda.

This summer agenda. is offering several summer camps and adventures to help our athletes continue to develop their aerial skills.

agenda. Water Ramp Camps

Water ramping is an important element of advanced acrobatic training within freestyle skiing. It provides one of the safest environments for athletes to continue to develop their on and off axis acrobatic skills, as it allows a high quantity of repetitions, with a low risk of injury. 

Throughout Summer 2019 agenda. will be running two water ramp training camps, at the Freestyle Ontario Water Ramp @ Horseshoe Resort.

Camp A - July 5th - 7th @ FO Water Ramp - $180 (hst included) + facility fees - max. 8 athletes - THIS CAMP IS NOW FULL

Camp B - August 2nd - 4th @ FO Water Ramp - $180 (hst included) + facility fees - max. 8 athletes - 2 SPOTS REMAINING

  • Both camps are locally based 3 day training camps, with no accommodation provided.

  • There will be no half camp or single day options for any of the above training camps. 

Please be aware that spots will be allocated on a first come first serve basis for all the above training camps.

Each camp will included the following;

  • 2 hours trampoline training per day

  • 4 hours water ramp training per day

  • Coaching and aerial skill certifications from our Freestyle Canada Air Doubles certified coaches

  • On the spot video review & skills tracking

Athlete will be required to purchase a pass at the water ramp facility in order to participate in training. Water ramp passes are priced as follows;

FO Water Ramp

Single Day Pass - $45 plus hst

5 Day Pass (non-consecutive) - $175 plus hst

Season Pass - $350 plus hst

Information on how purchase a water ramp pass/passes will be provided in your athletes registration confirmation.

Athletes attending any agenda. water ramp training will need to bring the following equipment;

  • Helmet

  • Life jacket

  • Wetsuit/bathing suit

  • Gloves

  • Safety straps - we recommend straps with carabiner clips to safely secure skis to boots.

  • Mouthguard - this item is optional but strongly recommended.

  • Skis and boots - do not use brand new equipment at the ramps! Please let us know in advance if you do not have old equipment to use as we have a small selection of skis and boots which can be borrowed for ramping.

  • Towels - we would recommend bring multiple towels as these often do not dry between the end of the first and second ramp sessions.

  • Wax - WE WILL NOT BE PROVIDING WAX!! - Please bring ski wax or candle wax is great alternative.

  • Sunscreen - water resistant and at least SPF 30 - There is very little protection from the sun at the ramp.

  • Hat - sunhat or cap for additional sun protection.

  • Water - there will be a water jug at the ramp for athletes to refill bottles throughout the day.

  • Packed lunch - there is no food available on site! Please remember to pack a healthy and nutritious lunch that will fuel you for the day.

  • Athletic clothing and running shoes - comfortable for an active warm up involving dynamic stretches and running - flipflop or sandals are not appropriate footwear for warming up!

agenda. Airbag Camps @ iMaximise

AIRBAG CAMPS A & B - SOLD OUT

 Airbag training at iMaximise is a an amazing opportunity for athletes to push the limits with their aerial freestyle skills, in a safe and realistic landing environment. The downhill landing airbag provides athletes with the best simulation of a real on snow landing, whilst decreasing the impact from landing on snow or on a traditional flat airbag.

With high repetitions and low risk of injury, airbag training at iMaximise is a fantastic tool for developing athletes air awareness and acrobatic ability with single and double off axis skills.

In Summer 2019, agenda. will be running two airbag training camps at iMaximise;

Camp A - July 11th - 15th @ iMaximise, QC - $180 (hst included) + facility fees, accommodation, food & travel costs - max. 8 athletes - THIS CAMP IS NOW FULL

Camp B - August 8th - 12th @ iMaximise, QC - $180 (hst included) + facility fees, accommodation, food & travel costs - max. 8 atheltes - THIS CAMP IS NOW FULL

  • Both camps are away training camps and will require athletes to travel and stay with the team for 4 nights.

  • There will be no half camp or single day options for any of the above training camps.

Please be aware that spots will be allocated on a first come first serve basis for all the above training camps.

Each camp will include the following;

  • 3 days of training at iMaximise

  • 2 travel days

  • 2x 2 hour airbag sessions per day - includes access to both the medium and large airbag jump lines

  • 3 hours of access to the supertramp per day

  • 4 nights of local accommodation

  • Travel to and from the facility each day and travel to and from Quebec

  • Healthy and nutritious breakfast, lunch and dinner each day - snacks will also be provided

  • Coaching and aerial skill certifications from our Freestyle Canada Air Doubles certified coaches

  • On the spot video review & skills tracking

Athlete will be required to purchase a pass at iMaximise in order to participate in training.

Passes are priced at $150 (plus applicable taxes) per day. Details on how to purchase a pass will be provided in your athletes registration confirmation.

Athletes attending training at iMaximise will require the following equipment;

  • Helmet

  • Wetsuit/bathing suit/long sleeves top

  • Gloves

  • Mouthguard - this item is optional but strongly recommended.

  • Skis and boots - Ski & bindings must be in good conditions - NO EDGE CRACKS OR ANYTHING THAT IS SHARP ENOUGH TO PUNCTURE THE BAG! Ski edges will be ground down using a hand grinder before that are permitted to be used on the bag.

  • Towel - athletes will get wet on the airbag! Please pack a towel or two as we will not be permitting athletes to bring towels from the accommodation.

  • Sunscreen - water resistant and at least SPF 30 - There is very little protection from the sun at the airbag.

  • Hat - sunhat or cap for additional sun protection.

  • Water bottle & lunch bag/box - athletes will be packing with own lunches each day to take to the airbag.

  • Athletic clothing and running shoes - comfortable for an active warm up involving dynamic stretches and running - flipflop or sandals are not appropriate footwear for warming up!




All athletes attending agenda. summer training require a valid 2019/20 Freestyle Canada License, in order to participate in water ramps or airbag training. The 2018/19 License expires on June 30th, therefore athletes with 2018/19 licenses will need to be update this prior to participating in all training camps.

Athletes can register for or renew their license using the link below;

http://freestyleskiontario.goalline.ca/event-search.php?cat=46

Got a questions?

If you are interested in participating in any of the agenda. training sessions/camps detailed above, but have some questions, then please contact info@agendafreeski.com