April 18th Highlights the Beginning of a New Training Season

The standard CXC Academy Subscriptions remain the same as seen in previous years, with the addition of new workouts, training tips and videos.

U.S. Ski Team Development Coach, Bryan Fish breaks down the steps athletes should go through at the beginning of a new training season, as well as how to gradually get back into training after spring.




The Personal Coaching Program adds the human element, connecting you with the CXC coaching staff in person.

Individuals will be assigned to a personal CXC/USSA Level 200 coach who will develop an individual training plan and give monthly training evaluation and adjustments if needed. Members will have unlimited email communication with the coach, as well as weekly phone calls to go over training-related questions. The coach will also provide weekly video analysis through remote video upload. The membership also includes a CXC Academy annual subscription, access to CXC Masters Team training camps as well as marathon wax support service during the race season.



The CXC Endurance Center opened its doors two years ago. With a rollerski treadmill, stationary bikes, and traditional treadmills, we are able to conduct VO2 Max tests, Blood Lactate Analysis, fine tune ski technique and much more.

Start off the season right with a physiological assessment at the CXC Endurance Center!


What is CXC Academy?

screen-shot-2015-12-28-at-2-55-42-pmCXC Academy is an online subscription service that provides professional training plans for cross country skiers of all ages and skill levels. Whether you are a beginner skier looking to finish your first 5K, a Master skier training for a big ski event, or simply looking to improve your overall strength and fitness, we have a training program to meet your goals. 

Regardless of the skiing background, everyone can make use of CXC Academy. Skiers or ski coaches, new to advanced – our program can help you develop better skiing technique, improve skiing fitness, design ski workouts and skiing practices.

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