Jumping Event

2019 JUMPING EVENT, Killington, VT

September 7-8, 2019

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This fall the annual jumping event will be held at Killington Mountain Schools Bag Jump Facility on Saturday and Sunday, September 7-8, 2019. The KMS Bag Jump is a new world-class four-season airbag facility, located just over a mile up the road at the base of Killington Resort’s Superstar trail. This jumping event is an excellent way to begin your freestyle career or even improve your skills in moguls. It allows you to learn how to become more aware of your body in the air, and what movements affect you during approach, take-off, performing the maneuver, and landing. The most basic and simplest maneuvers will be experienced first before adding more difficult ones. Athletes will first work to master tricks in the trampoline facility and then continue their progression toward mastery as they head to the bag to practice those maneuvers.

This clinic is open to members and non-members, over age 16, in any discipline. Check out the Jump Event Facebook page for photos and videos of previous jumping events. Grab some friends and join us for a fun and educational clinic for any ability level!

Killington Air Bag video

Here is a link to the Facebook group for this event, which gives you an idea of what we do at the JUMPING EVENT!


What: Event 001 – JUMPING EVENT
Where: Killington Air Bag Facility
When: Saturday, September 7 – Sunday, September 8, 2019
Cost: Total cost for the two days of coaching and facility fees is $280
Deadline: Must register by August 21, 2019
Open to: Members and Non-member over the age of 16


Snowboard members must interview with Greg Fatigate prior to registering. He can be reached via e-mail at: squerlok@hotmail.com. Wrist guards, knee pads and full clothing from head to toe is required for your safety.


Training Time period will be 9am– 4pm each day, with a 1-hr lunch break. Feel free to bring lunch.


You will be training on trampolines for at least half of the first morning. Wear clothing appropriate for working out. No shoes allowed, so wear appropriate socks. Also, jewelry and sharp objects need to be taken off.


Day 1

8:15-8:45      Meeting/Organization/Handouts/Waivers

8:45-Noon    Framing Safety and Training Groups

  • Warm-up flexibilities
  • Trampoline etiquette and instruction
  • Landing/turning/twisting/height
  • Advanced moves for those with past training


1:00 – 4:00   Afternoon Gear prep/Safety on jumps

  • Approach/Take-off/Maneuver/Landing
  • Adding tricks

Day 2

Repeat and continuation of the above. Trampoline to warm-up and into the Air Bag jumps when ready. The goal is to become more accurate with the basics and to add some tricks.



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