Yoga & Stretching
In addition to the workouts, daily "Power Hour" workshops cover the topics of Positive Mindset, Self-Awareness, Women's Nutrition, Stress Management, Body Image and Support Networks. Athletes will also visit the kitchen for a lively cooking class and Smoothie Contest!
Strong Bodies. Powerful Minds.
The ELITEAM Girls Power Camp launched in 2016 and was a big success! We are excited to be entering our third year with this special program in Vermont and are thrilled to be adding a GPC session in Park City this summer too.
This camp is led by Kelley Lewis and an all-female ELITEAM staff. This program remains true to ELITEAM's commitment to Sports Physiology, Psychology and Nutrition. However, this camp features multiple daily workshops to teach skills aimed at helping these young girls navigate the challenges of their sport and daily lives with a feeling of confidence and empowerment.
The camps include "Power Hour" workshops designed to inspire personal growth and promote a positive mindset. Sample topics include self-awareness, stress management, women's nutrition, body image and the female athlete's body, support networks and positive mindset skills.
Ultimately, the goal is to provide a focused path forward in which the girls can more easily tap into their inner strength and confidence, and are inspired to push their limits with a strong body and powerful mind.
In 2017, seventy GPC athletes completed an exit questionnaire on the last day of camp. Results showed we are on to something special!
93% felt more CONFIDENT by the end of camp.
96% felt STRONGER by the end of camp.
100% felt they LEARNED NEW SKILLS that will help them be a better athlete.
our camps, coaching, and programs build complete athletes by teaching the concepts of
We work hard, but make it FUN! Variety is key for young athletes.
Train your brain! Strong mental skills set you up for success.
Food is fuel! We introduce the basics of sports nutrition.
I asked what was the most important thing she got out of the weekend and her response was confidence. As a parent of young girl who can tend to lack confidence, I send you a huge THANK YOU!