The Winter Conditioning Program is supervised and run by the Crew coaching staff Monday through Friday from 5-7pm at the school. Our conditioning program is voluntary and can be joined at anytime during the program. Any varsity rower will tell you that the best chance of making the team during tryouts at the end of each February is to go through winter conditioning. To help familiarize you with our program we’ve listed the information from the 2018/19 program below.
REQUIREMENTS FOR CONDITIONING
The links below have all of the needed information for your student to go through the program.
All rowers are required by Prince William County to attend the high school concussion training. If you want to row- you need to have attended the training. Follow the link for the concussion training schedule for all of Prince William County: https://www.pwcs.edu/UserFiles/Servers/Server_340140/File/Student%20Learning/Student%20Activities/HS_Concussion_dates.pdf
Returning rowers who attended last year’s concussion training: https://online-concussion.pwcs.edu
Virginia High School Sports Physical form: VHSL-Physical
WHAT TO EXPECT
Make no mistake, conditioning is hard. The coaches will push you to stretch your physical limits on more than just the ergs. Our program is designed with strength, speed, flexibility, proper form, safety and teamwork in mind.
Conditioning ends with spring tryouts in February. From the last novice to sign up to a returning captain from last year’s state championship boat, everyone goes through the tryouts on one of the two days.
More on conditioning and a few tips
on what to expect are on OUR LATEST BLOG POST.