Eliteam Conditioning Camps
World Cup 1: June 27-July 2, 2020 (ages 11-14)
World Cup 2: July 6-11, 2020 (ages 11-14)
Europa Cup: July 22-25, 2020 (ages 8-11)
All 2020 Camps will be held on the Green Mountain Valley School campus.
All sessions are OVERNIGHT camps.
NEW in 2020! ELITEAM’s Dig Deep Online Summer Training Program
Director: Kelley Lewis
World Cup Camps: Ages 11-14
Europa Cup Camp: Ages 8-11
Dig Deep Online Summer Training Program: U12-U16
World Cup Camps: $1325
Europa Cup Camp: $850
Dig Deep Online Summer Training Program: Special Introductory Offer $199
Head Coach is 2x Olympian & World Championship medalist, Doug Lewis.
Mikaela Shiffrin, Alice Merryweather, Liz Stephen, Jimmy Krupka, Thomas Woolson, Sandy Vietze, Sandra Shoepke, Sam Damon, Warner Nickerson.
“Eliteam taught me that working out can be fun! It made me realize that conditioning isn’t all about hitting the gym, it’s about pushing your limits, enjoying the outdoors, and challenging yourself both physically and mentally.” -ELITEAMer and 2018 USST Olympian Alice Merryweather
Why should athletes attend your ski camp:
ELITEAM’s mission is to educate and inspire young athletes. Celebrating its 29th year, ELITEAM is high energy with non-stop action and is all about pushing limits, learning new skills and having fun. ELITEAM’s goal is simple: to develop healthy, confident, “complete athletes”.
What makes your camp standout amongst the rest?
ELITEAM’s focus on fun and education is what makes it unique. ELITEAM builds “complete athletes” by teaching the concepts of:
SPORTS PHYSIOLOGY- We work hard but make it fun! Variety is key for young athletes.
SPORTS PSYCHOLOGY- Train your brain! Strong mental skills set you up for success.
SPORTS NUTRITION- Food is fuel! We introduce the basics of sports nutrition.
Coach to athlete ratio:Approximately 45-50 athletes attend each camp/clinic. A 4:1 ratio of campers to coaches at all camps ensures personal attention for every camper.
ELITEAM offers comprehensive summer conditioning camps with a focus on building athletic proficiency. A wide variety of cross-training activities are used to improve each athlete’s power, strength, endurance, balance, agility & coordination. Sample workouts include dryland slalom, sand pits, slack lining, ski-specific exercises, obstacle courses, hiking, soccer, yoga, team-building games, crazy relays, funky dance, circuits, leg routines, USST exercises and more! Daily notebook sessions cover the fundamentals of Sports Physiology, Psychology and Nutrition. Athletes will also visit the kitchen for a lively cooking class and nutrition workshop.