JUNE 9, 2020 – JULY 30, 2020 (8-Weeks)
CROSS CONDITIONING is proud to once again offer the most comprehensive speed and agility program in Sherwood Park. Here is our MISSION for this summer:
“Create a fun and safe training environment for athletes to develop the skills needed to run faster, jump higher and cut harder”
We have been provided a unique opportunity to double down on the development of fundamental skills required by athletes at every level. On the track, athletes will fine tune their sprint mechanics under the guidance of world-class sprinter Austin Cole. On the field, Justin Cross and Jordan Wright will help athletes maximize their agility and jumping development. In addition, a Registered Dietitian will guide athletes towards proper nutrition choices and healthy eating habits.
This summer we have introduced several different strategies to prioritize athlete safety without hindering player development. Each evening there will be staggered starts times with a limit of 6 athletes at each time. In addition, athletes will be separated into ‘stations’ and any shared equipment will be disinfected between groups. Prior to attending camp, athletes will be required to complete a pre-training questionnaire provided by Alberta Health Services.
– 20 available training sessions
– June: 9, 11, 16, 18, 23, 25, 30
– July: 2, 7, 8, 9, 14, 15, 16, 21, 22, 23, 28, 29, 30
– Staggered start times (6:15PM, 6:30PM and 6:45PM)
– Limit of 6 athletes for each start time
– Camp is limited to 18 athletes
Full 20 Session Camp: $595.00
16 Session Camp: $520.00
12 Session Camp: $420.00
8 Sessions Camp: $295.00
*Nutrition guides included no extra cost
Development Camp FAQ
Q) Will this camp affect ASAA eligibility?
A) No, none of our staff are coaches at an ASAA high school program.
Q) What if I cannot make all 20 sessions?
A) No problem, that is why we also offer 16, 12, and 8 session options.
Q) Can I split payments?
A) Of course! We can split camp fees into two equal payments with the first being made prior to the registration deadline on June 7th, 2020.
Q) What forms of payment are accepted?
A) We accept cash, cheque, e-transfer and credit card. Please note that we do not accept credit card for split payments.
Q) Where do the speed and agility sessions take place?
Q) What equipment is required?
A) Athletes should bring athletic shoes for the track and cleats for the field. Every athlete will also be required to bring their own water bottle.
Q) What happens if an outdoor session is cancelled?
A) We will reschedule to another Tues/Thur that works for the majority of the group. If an athlete cannot attend we will refund a portion of their fees.
Q) Do your coaches have up-to-date First Aid?
A) Yes, we also carry liability coverage in the unlikely event of an injury.
Justin Cross – Director/Head Strength and Conditioning Coach
Justin possesses over 15 years of training experience and has worked with athletes from all levels up to and including the collegiate/university level. As a Certified Strength and Conditioning Specialist (CSCS) he maintains the highest designation in the field of sports performance and athlete development. Justin will be personally involved in the development of all programs at Cross Conditioning.
Jordan Wright – Strength Coach/Defensive Line Coach
Jordan graduated from the NAIT Personal Fitness Trainer program with honours in 2014. Since then he has accumulated over 2800 hours of training experience. In addition, he possesses over 10 years of football experience. Jordan’s unique perspective will be utilized in all components of the offseason program.
Kristie Johnston – Registered Dietitian
Kristie holds degrees in Human Nutrition and Human Kinetics, both obtained from St. Francis Xavier University. She has been working as a Registered Dietitian for the past 5 years and is excited to share her nutrition knowledge with athletes at Cross Conditioning this summer.
Austin Cole – Speed Coach
Austin is a University of Alberta Track and Field athlete as well as the assistant track coach at Salisbury Composite High School. As a national champion in the 300m (2017) and silver medalist in the 200m (2016) he possesses a significant amount of experience on the track. Austin will be responsible for improving running form, acceleration mechanics and foot speed of our Cross Conditioning athletes.