I'm no coach Mike rather in the group getting coached but have managed to get up a few days this summer to T-line. Just SL so far but here's what usually transpires.
After a couple free runs in the publix we start off with falling leaf brush drill. Then the wiggle or noodle brush drill. Then some amount of offset heroes with or without riser brushes. Then tall poles, usally just opens with maybe a delay and a hairpin. At least two tall pole courses ~20 turns or so? This is all consecutive down one run and partially repeated further down when there was snow below. After break usally three to four consecutive tall pole courses with video set on one of them each run.
There have been some other freekiing drills too as well as some drills holding the poles across in front like going through the heroes low enough to put the horizontally held poles through them, some skating launching drills, some outside ski drills. These drills really test you and in my case show me how bad I really am at precise skiing.
I am often the only old phart master with a bunch of kids that are on JO teams from different parts of the country. The kid's skiing just amazes me and there seems to be no end of talented young boys and girls racing.
We had Ted skiing with us last week very cool, low key very incognito in Rossi black freeride clothes. Word is USST will be wearing Spyder freeride outfits this season. Apparently the kids would never wear the team clothing when they were out and about, just the skin suits for race day. So they are going with something more hip to the younger age group. Austria will continue to wear the classic style.
God bless em!