Feeling a little lost? With an abundance of caution and an equal dose of enthusiasm, TUNA has launched both fall Dryland and Winter programs. Here’s a quick rundown on our offerings for fall, 2020.
Junior Dryland Training
The Comp and Junior Comp teams are running regular dryland training this year. With proper COVID-19 protocols in place (see the bottom of the article) we are confident that our kids can get in shape safely.
Two or three days a week, starting September 10th, the Jr. Comp meets in Sugarhouse Park.
The Comp team has been hard at work all summer. They’ll be meeting various places and training hard all over the valley — sometimes with Junior Comp just for variety. Their program is going on right now, and you can still sign up!
Adult Dryland Training
Moms, dads, grandmas, grandpas, and people who are currently adulting! We have not forgotten about you. One of TUNA’s most popular programs is back. Janet and Laurie take you through the paces of smart training to get you into ski shape. They meet in Sugarhouse Park on Mondays and Wednesdays. You can still get in on the fun!
COVID-19 Guidelines for TUNA Training
TUNA plans to proceed with caution this year and will be following the county and state’s direction regarding COVID-19 safety.
Do not come or bring your child to the program session if you/child:
- Is exhibiting any symptoms of the coronavirus. Symptoms range from mild to severe illness and may appear 2-14 days after exposure to the virus, including: fever or chills, cough, shortness of breath or difficulty breathing, fatigue, muscle or body aches, headache, new loss of taste or smell, sore throat, congestion or runny nose, nausea or vomiting, and diarrhea.
- Have been in close, sustained contact with someone with COVID-19 in the last 14 days.
- Athletes and staff should bring their own filled water bottle- water bottles with straws or tube-style nozzles will make drinking with a face covering easier and safer.
- Athletes and staff should bring a face covering that fully covers both mouth and nose. If an athlete doesn’t have a face covering, one should be provided to them and, if possible, be properly worn through the duration of training. No buffs in place of masks.
- Athletes and staff should come to the program location in clean clothes for each session.
- Staff should wear face coverings at all times.
- Athletes and staff should maintain a minimum of 6 feet of physical distancing at all times.
- Athletes and staff should disinfect all equipment prior to use, in between use, and once training has concluded.
Upon Finishing Training
- Athletes and staff should leave immediately after training and not linger, chat, or socialize in the area.