(Torrington, CT) – The Charlotte Hungerford Hospital Rehabilitation Department/Sports Medicine & Athletic Training Program is offering three sports conditioning camps in August for high school athletes. The “A Cut Above” conditioning camp is designed to help our local athletes succeed during the off-season.
“The key to success in athletics is participating in a broad range of activities and hard work in the off-season. Our specialized blend of exercises will improve performance and instill a solid exercise foundation in those who attend” said CHH Athletic Program Director Amanda Hill. She noted that the Athletic Training staff is committed to helping participants achieve their full athletic potential by combining an intricate blend of strength and conditioning principles geared towards athletic achievement.
The camps are run by four Nationally Certified and State Licensed Athletic Trainers from Charlotte Hungerford Hospital. The goal is to give athletes a chance to participate in a rigorous but affordable speed, agility, conditioning, and injury prevention camps. The camps teach the athletes proper stretching techniques and a specific breakdown of athletic movements that can be applied to their sport to help reduce the incident of injury and to improve their overall strength and conditioning. The camps also utilize various plyometric and functional exercises to enhance overall physical performance for all athletes from an incoming freshman to a high-level varsity athlete.
Three “A Cut Above” Preseason Conditioning Camps are being offered the following dates:
à June 15th-19th at Litchfield High School (open to Litchfield Students only)
à August 3rd-7th at Torrington High School and The Gilbert School
à August 13th,14th, 17th-19th at Northwestern Regional7
Cost is $60.00 for Litchfield Camp and $50.00 for Torrington, Gilbert and Northwestern camps – Participants may register for multiple camps
Our Athletic Trainers will insure the safety of the athletes but also provide tips and exercise training programs to help improve their scores.