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Next Level Sports Performance Camp

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Dear Parents and Guardians,

Welcome to Next Level Sports Performance Camp! My name is Ryan Corbosiero and I am the physical education teacher at Charles H. Bullock Elementary School.  I also coach multiple sports including football and wrestling. Additionally, I have been working as a personal trainer and a strength & conditioning coach for over eight years. I use this experience to improve the health and athletic performance of my students and athletes. Over the years, I have had experience working with athletes of all ages and levels who have participated in numerous sports such as: soccer, lacrosse, basketball, football, baseball, softball, volleyball, hockey, wrestling, tennis, and others.

Day at a glance: After students have arrived and get situated, they will first participate in a warm up consisting of light cardio, form running, drills and some dynamic stretching.  Next, students will spend some time focusing on mobility and flexibility.  This will help students improve their range of motion, decrease the risk of injury, and lengthen their muscles to help them recover and get stronger.  Then, we will play a type of fun interactive game which will focus on improving the social and emotional wellbeing of each participant. Afterwards, we will take a short break to have some water and a light snack.  Once the break is over, the athletes will participate in drills to improve speed and agility consisting of cone drills, agility ladders, hurdles, and plyometric drills. Next, students will execute strength and conditioning exercises such as bodyweight movements, light medicine ball training, and resistant band exercises.  Following these activities, the students will have a well needed lunch break to replenish nutrients and rehydrate.  Once the lunch break is finished, we will put our practice into action and play different sport game variations to help students learn teamwork and sportsmanship and see how much all the hard work they put in have improved their performance.

Lunch: Students will be responsible for bringing their own lunch/snacks (NUT FREE) and their own water bottle (or two) with their name labeled on it. Students will be able to get water whenever they please, especially since it could be hot when we go outside since they will be participating in plenty of physical activities. Also, it would be a good idea to bring sunscreen, a hat, and/or sunglasses to protect them from the sun.  Please make me be aware of any allergy or health information before camp begins.

I look forward to having a fun filled summer improving your child’s performance in sports!

Ryan Corbosiero

Updated: 4/26/2018