College Week Pole Vault Camp 2019 Spring Break

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College Week Pole Vault Camp 2019 Spring Break

350.00

A spring break pole vault camp for college aged vaulters!

Description of the camp is located below.

if you have any questions contact Hunter Arnold, 770-862-6415

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FAQ’s answered:

When is check-in for camp?

-Checkin is 2pm Sunday through noon on Monday

-Check out is not later than 8am on Saturday

Where will I be staying at Ryland Pole Vault?

-Vaulters will have housing accommodations on site. Guys will be housed inside of the vault warehouse and ladies will be housed in the on site trailer.

Will food be provided?

Vaulters will be responsible for providing their own food throughout the week of camp. Everyone will have access to a community kitchen and we expect everyone to work together to prepare meals in a family environment. We do not allow any alcohol on the premise, so if your just wanting a wild spring break trip, this is not the environment for you.  

What poles do you have at Ryland Pole Vault?

-We have a very extensive range of vaulting poles that go from the smallest 9’ poles all the way through the biggest 17’ poles.  If you wish to bring your own poles that is OK, but it is not required.

Will camp be fun?

Throughout the week we will do lots of fun vaulting activities, basically you will get to play pole vault all week.

Is there anything else going on during the week?

Monday - Thursday we will also be hosting morning spring break training camps with High School aged athletes from 8am-noon.  You are welcome to observe these sessions, or you can just sleep in.  

SCHEDULE:
All College training sessions will begin at 1pm, we will begin each session with a round table discussion that we hope everyone will be willing to participate and share their experiences that have helped them achieve their best results.  

Monday discussion: ”Safety and technique in the pole vault”

-Training session will be 0,2,4,6 step vaulting


Tuesday discussion: "Making adjustments and physiology of pole vaulting" 

-We will move back to 8, 10, and 12 steps  


Wednesday discussion: “Accuracy in run approach” (How to use a check mark and a mid mark) 

-This session we will work towards getting dialed in on a long run approach.


Thursday discussion: “How to coach a beginner vaulter” 

-Everyone will have the option to jump opposite handed

-We will do a fun beach vaulting activity or a trip to the springs as an active recovery day.  


Friday Discussion: “Meet management”

-Training session will be a practice meet