Interest Meeting PowerPoint presentation
What you will need before you can participate in Winter Conditioning:
§ Current Physical – turned into Ms. Depetro in the Main Office. The current physical form can be found here –
You must use the form that says “REVISED JANUARY 2021” in the upper right corner.
§ Concussion Training – Certificate must be turned in to Ms. Depetro in the Main Office. The training can be conducted online and found through the following link –https://www.pwcs.edu/academics___programs/student_activities/concussion_information
§ Emergency Card – Completed card must be turned in to Coach Compy, either in person, through Canvas, or emailed to WoodbridgeCrewCoaches@gmail.com (Emergency Card Form can be found here –
§ SWOL – Completed registration of your SWOL account. Returning rowers will need to reset their password (please follow these instructions – SWOL Password Reset 21.
Freshman, transfer students, and those that did not have a SWOL account before need to create an account
§ Conditioning Registration Form – Completed registration form must be turned in to Coach Compy, either in person, through Canvas, or emailed to WoodbridgeCrewCoaches@gmail.com (Registration Form can be found here –
§ Crew Release of Liability Form – Completed Release of Liability form must be turned in to Coach Compy, either in person, through Canvas, or emailed to WoodbridgeCrewCoaches@gmail.com (Release of Liability Form can be found here)
BRING REUSABLE WATER BOTTLES ONLY !!
The Winter Conditioning Program is supervised and run by the WSHS Crew Coaching staff Monday through Friday from 5:00-7pm 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.
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.
These Novices (2019) are ALL IN … EVERYTHING they have to give… No Fear !!
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.