HWS ATHLETIC PERFORMANCE CAMP
HWS Athletic Performance Camp has been cancelled.
Monday, July 22 - Friday, July 26, 2013
For athletes entering grades 9-12
Full Week: $80
Per Day: $20
FMS Screening: $10
Women - 4 – 6 p.m.
Men - 6 – 8 p.m.
Campers should arrive ready to participate in shorts, T-shirt, and sneakers.
Each day, Women’s camp will report to Boswell Field at the Caird Center for Sports and Recreation at 4 p.m. Pickup will take place at 6 p.m.
Men’s camp will report to Boswell Field at the Caird Center for Sports and Recreation at 6 p.m. Pickup will take place at 8 p.m.
About the Camp
The HWS Athletic Performance Camp is geared toward providing athletes in grades 9-12 with a jump start to their upcoming season, and an athletic edge over their opponents. For two hours each night, campers will take their game to the next level through various training lessons. The camp will be held on the historic Boswell Field. For nearly 100 years, the BOZ has been one of the most renowned sports venues in collegiate athletics, and in 2010, the field was upgraded with field turf and lighting for night games and practices.
The camp will include the following activities:
- Dynamic Warm-up
- Injury Prevention Exercises
- Plyometric Progressions
- Acceleration Training
- Max Speed Training
- Agility Training
- Strength Training Progressions
- Sport Specific Cardiovascular Conditioning
- Optional Functional Movement Screen (FMS)
Optional Functional Movement Screen (FMS)
For an additional $10, campers can participate in an optional Functional Movement Screening. The FMS identifies functional limitations and asymmetries that can reduce the effects of functional training and physical conditioning and offers individualized corrective exercises based on the direct results from the movement screening.
About the Instructors
Bobby Fisk, Head Coach of Strength and Conditioning at HWS Fisk is a certified strength and conditioning specialist through the National Strength and Conditioning Association, as well as a functional movement specialist through Functional Movement Systems. Fisk has worked with athletes, ranging from middle school to Division I, as well as professional athletes. Fisk is a graduate of SUNY Oneonta.
Nick Cooke, Coordinator of Sports Medicine at HWS Cooke graduated from the University of Vermont with a bachelor of science degree in nutrition and food science, and a concentration in athletic training. Prior to joining HWS, he served as a graduate assistant athletic trainer at Purdue University, where he earned a master of science degree in administration and pedagogy. His experience ranges from working with athletes from the high school to Division I.