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Strength Camps at Shanley High School

2020 Summer Strength & Conditioning Camp

June 15th to August 4th
Who: All Male and Female athletes entering 7th up to 12th grade. 
Athletes from ALL sports may participate
Time: See Below
Location: Shanley High School weight room, gym, turf and surrounding outside areas
Cost: $220 (Includes T-Shirt)
July Only: $155
Session 1 Boys Grades 9-12 Mornings: Mon, Tues, Wed, Thurs
Phase I: 8:00am - 8:45am
Phase II: 7:45am - 9:45am
June 15th to August 4th
Who: All Male and Female athletes entering 7th up to 12th grade. 
Athletes from ALL sports may participate
Time: See Below
Location: Shanley High School weight room, gym, turf and surrounding outside areas
Cost: $220 (Includes T-Shirt)
July Only: $155
Session 2
Girls Grades 7-12 Mornings:  Mon, Tues, Wed, Thurs
Boys Grades 7-8 Mornings:  Mon, Tues, Wed, Thurs
Phase I: 9:00am - 9:45am
Phase II: 10:00am - 12:00pm

The Shanley Strength & Conditioning Camp starting date has been moved to Monday, June 15.  Changes have been made to the original camp plan to safely return to play guidelines for phase I.  All camps and workouts will be closely monitored by the guidelines and checklists given.  
Due to the multiple sections of strength training this summer we will unfortunately have to cancel the camp for grades 5-6.  A refund will be returned to all students that have signed up.

Phase I:  June 15th to June 30th
Phase II:  July 1st - August 4th

  • Pre-Screen Students for COVID-19 symptoms (daily checklist provided)
  • High-Risk Individuals should not participate in workouts
  • Sessions can only be 45 minutes in length with 15 minutes to enter and exit.
  • Sessions will be assigned to each student
  • Groups – outside only and no more than 15 people (students and coach) in a group. The max is two groups per outdoor field with no overlapping of equipment or space.
  • Workout will include strength training twice a week, sprint & agility drills twice a week.
    • Example:  A student may speed train Monday and strength train on Tuesday
  • Training days will be Monday through Thursday
  • Students should plan on arriving no more than 5 minutes prior to scheduled workout.
  • Students will remain in car until group is called to the field. NO LOCKER ROOMS – Bathrooms will be available for emergency use only. Indoor facilities will be locked so students will need to ask coach for entrance.
  • NO Water will be provided.  Students should bring their own water with names on water bottle.  Water bottles cannot be shared.
  • Students workout clothes should be washed after every workout
  • Must practice social distancing.  6’ between students.
  • Hand Sanitizer will be available through camp coaches.
  • All equipment will be disinfected at the conclusion of each workout AND between individual use of equipment.
  • Students should leave facility upon the conclusion of the workout.  Students will practice social distancing when they leave facility.

Summer Lifting & Conditioning Will Make a Difference

The Shanley Strength and Conditioning Camp begins Monday, June 1st.  The camp will be designed to improve strength, power, speed and cardiovascular fitness over a seven week period.  Most athletes work the hardest during the school year, only to give up training and have all their gains diminish during the summer months.  The fact is, the summer months are the most important times of the year.  For most athletes, once the summer begins, little to no attention is paid to the qualities they’ve worked so hard to improve upon.  The strength and conditioning camp will better prepare athletes to enter the season stronger and in better condition than ever before.

Camp attendees will use a program designed by NSCA Certified Strength & Conditioning Coach, Anthony Carlquist.  The program will consist of a dynamic warm-up, plyometrics, cardiovascular conditioning and weight training.  Safety and Technique will be emphasized throughout the summer

Athletes need to have consistent attendance. The summer program is a physically and mentally intense program. It will progress from short, low intensity workouts to longer and higher intensity workouts over the summer. Athletes that skip workouts will find that over time they will begin to struggle with the training

Note: Family vacations and sports camps are exceptions

What to Bring: Athletes should bring a water bottle, cleats for outdoor use, running shoes for inside use, t-shirt, and shorts. Please come prepared! The weight room and gym are hot during the summer and conditioning is outside.