Conditioning Camp


The Summer Conditioning Camp is a new concept in fitness training that has been developed by the Performance Services Unit.

The Performance Services Unit provide strength and conditioning to many of the country’s national governing bodies including the Irish Football Association and Ulster Hockey.

The expertise and facilities at the Jordanstown campus have been packaged into a summer camp that can help take your sporting performance to new heights.


Apply

The camp is open to young people aged 12-18 who have previously been involved in competitive sport for at least two years.

The training will be challenging and is not appropriate for any athlete that is not involved in competitive sport or returning from injury.

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Costs

The camp costs £80 for the first participant.

Additional places can be booked at a cost of £70.


Dates and Times

Sessions will run on the following dates:

MonthDays
JulyMonday 22nd
Wednesday 24th
Friday 26th
Monday 29th
Wednesday 31th
AugustFriday 2nd
Monday 5th
Wednesday 7th
Friday 9th
Monday 12th
Wednesday 14th
Friday 16th

Session times for ages 12 - 14

DayTime
Monday1pm - 2.15pm
Wednesday1pm - 2.15pm
Friday10am -11.15am

Session times for ages 15 - 18

DayTime
Monday2.30pm - 3.45pm
Wednesday2.30pm - 3.45pm
Friday11.30am - 12.45pm

(Age groups may be combined depending on numbers.)


What's involved

The camp will run over four weeks with three sessions per week, each lasting an hour and 15 minutes.

Participants will be fitness-tested at the start and end of the camp and will receive a summary of results highlighting what improvements have been made in their strength, flexibility, speed, power and agility.

Activities will vary from session to session and aim to develop the important qualities of fitness for all sports (speed, agility, strength and flexibility).

Sessions will be delivered using state-of-the-art facilities including indoor athletics areas, indoor and outdoor 3G pitches, strength and conditioning facility, and the sports science laboratory.


Contact

For more information on the conditioning programme please contact William Moore.