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Strength and Conditioning 2013 BOYS UPPER SCHOOL CAMP for Boys entering Grades 9-12 This is a great way to prepare for a fall sport season. Fall Ath- letes that attend the Strength & Conditioning Camps will have a major advantage over their competition because they will enter pre- season training sessions for their sport in shape and ready to com- pete. The workout program will focus on developing strength, speed, agility, quickness and power in an effort to promote overall improve- ment of athleticism and reduce athlete injuries. Benefits of the program: Improve strength Improve speed and quickness Improve multi-directional movements Improve power Improve dynamic balance and body awareness Improve sport specific skills and movements Improve stretching to reduce the risk of injuries Improve awareness of nutrition Improve cardiorespiratory efficiency Upper School Sessions (Grades 9-12) Session 1: July 29 – August 2 9:30 - 11:30 AM Session 2: August 5 – 9 9:30 - 11:30 AM Middle School Sessions (Grades 6-8) Session 1: August 12 – 16 9:30 - 11:30 AM Session 2: August 19 – 23 9:30 - 11:30 AM Cost: $200 per week BOYS MIDDLE SCHOOL CAMP for Boys entering Grades 6-8 REGISTRATION INFORMATION schools.cranbrook.edu/programs/sports FOR QUESTIONS: Email: [email protected] Call: 248-645-3674 Office of Special & Summer Programs Cranbrook Schools PO Box 801, Bloomfield Hills, MI 48303-0801 Cranbrook Schools are independent day and boarding schools that provide students with a challenging and comprehensive college preparatory education. We motivate students from diverse backgrounds to strive for intellectual, creative, and physical excellence, to develop a deep appreciation for the arts and different cultures, and to employ the technical tools of our modern age. Our schools seek to instill in students a strong sense of personal and social responsibility, the ability to think critically, and the competence to communicate and contrib- ute in an increasingly global community. COACHING STAFF

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Strength and Conditioning 2013

BOYS UPPER SCHOOL CAMP for Boys entering Grades 9-12

This is a great way to prepare for a fall sport season. Fall Ath-letes that attend the Strength & Conditioning Camps will have a major advantage over their competition because they will enter pre-season training sessions for their sport in shape and ready to com-pete. The workout program will focus on developing strength, speed, agility, quickness and power in an effort to promote overall improve-ment of athleticism and reduce athlete injuries. Benefits of the program:

Improve strength Improve speed and quickness Improve multi-directional movements Improve power Improve dynamic balance and body awareness Improve sport specific skills and movements Improve stretching to reduce the risk of injuries Improve awareness of nutrition Improve cardiorespiratory efficiency

Upper School Sessions (Grades 9-12)

Session 1: July 29 – August 2 9:30 - 11:30 AM

Session 2: August 5 – 9 9:30 - 11:30 AM

Middle School Sessions (Grades 6-8)

Session 1: August 12 – 16 9:30 - 11:30 AM

Session 2: August 19 – 23 9:30 - 11:30 AM

Cost: $200 per week

BOYS MIDDLE SCHOOL CAMP for Boys entering Grades 6-8

REGISTRATION INFORMATION

schools.cranbrook.edu/programs/sports

FOR QUESTIONS:

Email: [email protected]

Call: 248-645-3674

Office of Special & Summer Programs

Cranbrook Schools

PO Box 801, Bloomfield Hills, MI 48303-0801

Cranbrook Schools are independent day and boarding schools that provide students with a challenging and comprehensive college preparatory education. We motivate students from diverse backgrounds to strive for intellectual, creative, and physical excellence, to develop a deep appreciation for the arts and different cultures, and to employ the technical tools of our modern age. Our schools seek to instill in students a strong sense of personal and social responsibility, the ability to think critically, and the competence to communicate and contrib-ute in an increasingly global community.

COACHING STAFF

Strength/Conditioning Camps

2013

STRENGTH AND CONDITIONING CAMP—COACHING STAFF:

Head Coach: Jon Tenuta (NSCA-CPT/ACSM-CPT) Emergency Medical Responder

Jon has been participating in athletic training for over ten years. Jon has personal training certifica-tions from the NSCA (National Strength and Conditioning Association) and also a certification from the ACSM (American College of Sports Medicine). He is the Strength and Conditioning coach for the after school program at Cranrbook Kingswood Upper School. Jon works with numerous clients, teams and camps at Cranbrook.

Jim Clifford (CSCS)

Jim has numerous amounts of knowledge in the field of strength and conditioning. He is a certified Strength and Conditioning Specialist , certified through the National Strength and Conditioning Associ-ation. Holds a BS in Exercise Science and minor in athletic coaching from Saginaw Valley Sate Uni-versity. He has worked with athletes ranging from middle school to professional at Barwis Methods.