Summer Camps 2013

Sprinting and change of direction is one of the many skills we work on during the camps

Sprinting and change of direction is one of the many skills we work on during the camps

Last year marked our introduction into summer camps for kids and with all the new resources we have gained over the past year its going to be a blast! This year we will be offering a Kids Fury Camp for our younger firebreathers and we will be offering the Athlete Fury Camp for our student athletes. Depending on the turnout for each of these camps we may break things down even more by offering an Elementary and Advanced Kids Fury Camp as well as a JV and Varsity Athlete Fury Camp.

We provide healthy Paleo snacks for the Kids Camps while reinforcing WHY what we eat matters.

We provide healthy Paleo snacks for the Kids Camps while reinforcing WHY what we eat matters.

Kids Fury Camp will run 4 days a week, Monday-Tuesday-Wednesday-Thursday and will run in 1 week segments. Each day will consist of two physical activities varying between skills, mini WODs, team events and games. In addition to utilizing their endless energy, we will provide a healthy paleo themed snack with a handful of practical information regarding healthy eating. Finally, each day will consist of art/creative time in large group, small group and individual time. Parents I would definitely expect to receive some cool new house decorations and hearing about some challenging problem solving the kiddos were put through each day. The 1 week segments will allow us to alternate between elementary and advanced groups if deemed necessary.

Setting in the mechanical foundation early makes these young adults far better athletes in the long term.

Setting in the mechanical foundation early makes these young adults far better athletes in the long term.

Athlete Fury Camp will prepare your young adults to dominate on and off the field and sports court. It will run 4 days a week, Monday-Tuesday-Thursday-Friday and in 4 week segments. Our goal is to continue our Student Athletes progress during the off season with a program focused on Olympic Weightlifting and explosive power, as well as, general conditioning and bodyweight mastery. Injury prevention and nutrition for performance will be our education into practice portion. Will Trujilo will lead this program with assistance from Deana Gilispey and Alfred Rohde as needed.

Both of these camps will start the first week in June and both will start at 9am. The Athlete camp will run for 90 minutes a day on Mondays, Tuesdays, Thursdays and Fridays and the cost will be $250 for eight weeks or $150 for four weeks. The Kid camp will run for 3 hours from 9am to 12pm Monday through Thursday and the cost will be $100 per week and includes lunch.