We're pretty excited about our upcoming Training Camps, and look forward to putting together another memorable week on the ice, and at the dorms. This year we'll have age specific camps to better accommodate our participants.
• U10, U12 DIVISION: July 12 through July 18
• U14, U16, U18 DIVISION: July 19 through July 25
OUR TRAINING CAMPS
Our camps are based around the fundamentals of individual development. Each age group focuses on the intangibles associated with becoming a more confident and complete hockey player. We provide our campers with an intense, structured environment that enables them the ability to learn the finer aspects of skating, puck handling, passing, shooting, body contact, and beyond. The result is a more accomplished player better able to showcase his development heading into the upcoming season.
Training camps begin with a Sunday evening arrival, then into a week's worth of hockey specific training & activities with the campers departing early Saturday morning. All campers will reside in our resident hall, with all meals being served in our memorial Lodge. All room & board, meals, transportation, ice time instruction, off-ice training and a lot of fun is included in our 6 days & 5 night Training Camp package. We also have a non-resident day camper package as well.
• Dorm style residential living
• 3 hours of daily ice
• Off ice conditioning
• Individual Development Skill drills
• Hiking, Swimming and much, much more
TRAINING CAMP STRUCTURE
Our training campers will train for two (1.5) hour sessions daily and will take part in our daily off ice conditioning & training program. Our training will be working on advanced hockey fundamentals and skill set development, provided by our professional Tahoe Prep Academy coaching staff. When not on the ice or doing off ice conditioning our campers can be found hiking the majestic mountains, swimming in the many lakes, or participating in the various other fun activities we have planned.
Game situations and concepts- learn how to utilize skating and puck skills in a game setting.
Small area games & Battle Drills
Strength & Conditioning in High Altitude Environment
Strong hands and feet emphasis
LESS TEAM BASED DRILLS, AND MORE INDIVIDUAL DEVELOPMENT
We're going to pack a bunch of skills into a fun week of training and personal growth. The end result will be a more confident player ready to bring those skills back into his team environment. It's challenging but it's full of smiles and a ton of fun.
BOYS TRAINING CAMP
Residential campers will report to the dorms the Sunday before camp begins with on-ice training beginning Monday. On-ice activities will end on Friday with camper pick up on Saturday morning.