1821 FM 1266 Dickinson TX 77539
TEEN STRENGTH AND CONDITIONING CAMP
Register by Monday, June 9TH 2014
Take advantage of the summer break to harden the mind and body by attending Kemah Barbell’s Youth summer strength and conditioning camp, designed specifically for student athletes. The demands of sports are vast and require a wide range of physical skills such as strength, power, speed, agility, and unrelenting stamina. Our Strength & Conditioning Program will be a comprehensive three day a week program designed to emphasize all of the physical attributes that are important to student athletes, and will be performed in a positive team building atmosphere. Participants will also receive advice and instruction on nutrition, the importance of recovery, and the prevention of injury. All that is required of the participant is his/her motivation and a willingness to work hard. We’ll provide the equipment, instruction, and programming.
The Youth Strength & Conditioning Camp is a four-week camp for student athletes 12 years and older. Please choose one (AM/PM) session. Classes run Monday, Wednesday, and Friday starting Monday, June 16th through Friday, July 11th . Session times are listed below.
Cost is $250/athlete with a 12 athlete/session MAX. When registering, please select AM or PM session. Register here:
Participants are expected to arrive ON TIME and are to be dressed in appropriate workout attire. Classes will start promptly with a group warm-up followed by barbell instruction. Each class is concluded with 10-20 minutes of high intensity conditioning and a brief lecture during cool-down.
Participants under the age of 18 years of age must have waiver signed by parent or guardian: IN OFFICE
Course instruction provided by Michael Pugh: Physical Education Teacher, Level 1 CrossFit Trainer, USA Weightlifting Coach and Competitive Athlete.
Course Curriculum will include:
Traditional Barbell Lifts – Squat, Press, Bench Press, Deadlift, Power Clean/Snatch
Bodyweight Movements – Pull-ups/Chin-ups, Handstand Holds, Ring Work
Dynamic Movement and Agility Work
Proper application of a strength program
Appropriate conditioning for sports
Sports Nutrition, Recovery, and Injury Prevention
|AM Session||PM Session|
|9:00AM* – Group warm-up||6:00PM* – Group warm-up|
|9:15AM – Strength||6:15PM – Strength|
|9:35AM – Conditioning||6:35PM – Conditioning|
|9:55AM – Cool Down||6:55PM – Cool Down|
(* Any athlete who shows up late will miss strength training and will proceed straight to conditioning after 30 burpees.)