Providing athletic preparation for your child’s upcoming season!
The Jesuit Department of Athletic Performance would like to invite you to our annual Athletic Performance and Weight Training Camps. Our program is designed to provide a fundamentally sound training plan for your child that best prepares them for their chosen sports.
Athletic Performance Camp: We will utilize speed, agility, conditioning, and weight training protocols to effectively prepare our campers for sport competition. All campers will be educated in nutrition, exercise technique, and how to approach each training day to maximize performance.
Weight Training Camp: All campers will be educated and instructed on specific weight training techniques to fit their athletic needs. This camp will have access to all of the same resources as the Athletic Performance Camp without the speed, agility, or conditioning training.
Grades 10 – 12 Only 7:00am – 9:00am
Grades 10 – 12 & Incoming Freshmen 1: 8:30am – 10:30am
Incoming Freshmen 2: 11:30am – 1:30pm
Grades 10 – 12 ONLY
8:00am – 9:00am
9:30am – 10:30am
*Camp is held Monday – Thursday each week
July 8 – July 25
June 10 – June 27
July 8 – July 25
“Forming Men First, Athletes Second”
The Department of Athletic Performance places a strong emphasis on the traditional approach to strength and conditioning by training the student athletes using scientifically proven methods to increase strength, power, speed, and agility. All of these traits are developed while educating the student athletes on nutrition and its effects on performance in sport and in everyday life.
What separates our philosophy from the traditional approach is our focus on the psychological aspect of training. Positive thought reinforcement, imagery, and holding each other to a strong level of accountability not only fosters individual growth, but the growth as a team. Success comes in the little things and attention to these details is taught during each training session.
This approach allows us to train what is most important; to become better men first, athletes second.