2019 EFAC Pandas Summer Camp


 


 EFAC Pandas Summer Camp -   REGISTER HERE   

- once registered on the RAMP site under the  2018/2019 season, choose the division "other" to access the summer camp.

The Cost of the camp is $495 

Please check back often in case of a change in dates or times.  

 

The Edmonton Female Athletic Club will be running  a summer camp for current and prospective players, Bantam and Midget aged, for 12 weeks during the summer months.   The camp will focus on fitness, strength, and skills.  It will consist of two off ice sessions at the High Performance Athlete Training Center in the Saville Center run through the AIM program.  Along with two Endurance Power sessions run by a local Triathlete and University of Alberta Kinesiology Student.   There will also be one on ice session each week with a skill based focus.  Most of the on ice sessions will be run by University of Alberta Pandas Coaches and/or University Panda players. 

 

 Camp dates are June 3 - August 23, 2019

 The Camp Includes:

* One ice session per week

*Two Workouts per week - Option for Morning or Afternoon workout in July and August - sign up will be required

*Two Endurance Sessions per week 

 

* Ice Session Groups will be assigned - You will received an email closer to the start of the camp as to what group you will be in. 

   Please plan to skate in either session as it is difficult to make group changes.

 

 Please see the schedule below or the PDF VERSION

 **Dates and Times are subject to change**

EFAC Pandas Summer Camp Schedule 2019    
         
SKATING SESSIONS      
DATE EVENT LOCATION TIME GROUP
6-Jun On Ice Session - Thursday Meadows West Arena 6:15  PM- 7:15 PM 1
  7:30 PM- 8:30 PM 2
11-Jun On Ice Session - Tuesday Terwillegar C Arena 4:15 PM - 5:15 PM 1
  Terwillegar D Arena 5:30 PM - 6:30 PM 2
18-Jun On Ice Session- Tuesday Terwillegar D Arena 4:15 PM - 5:15 PM 2
    5:30 PM - 6:30 PM 1
25-Jun On Ice Session - Tuesday Terwillegar D Arena 4:30 PM - 5:30 PM 2
    5:45 PM- 6:45 PM 1
5-Jul On Ice Session -Friday Callingwood B Arena 5:30 PM- 6:30 PM 1
    6:45 PM - 7:45 PM 2
July 9 - August 20  On Ice Session - Tuesdays  Clare Drake Arena 5:00 PM - 6:15 PM TBD
    6:30 PM - 7:45 PM TBD
         
         
WORKOUTS        
DATE EVENT LOCATION TIME GROUP
June 3 - 26 Dryland Workout - Mondays and Wednesdays  HPTRC - Saville Center 5:45 PM - 6:45 PM ALL
   
July 1 - August 21 Dryland Workout - Mondays and Wednesdays  HPTRC - Saville Center 7:30 AM - 8:30 AM OR Sign up Required
  5:45 PM - 6:45 PM
         
         
ENDURANCE TRAINING      
DATE EVENT LOCATION TIME GROUP
June 10 -  August 22 Endurance Training - Mondays and Thursdays Foote Field Track Mondays @ 7:30 PM-8:30 PM ALL
 
    Foote Field Track Thursdays @ 7:30 PM - 8:30 PM  ALL
 
  June 10,17,24,27 TBD- Session will take place at a different location TBD ALL
 
         
         
**There will be no Workout or Endurance Sessions on July 1 or August 5 due to STAT Holidays**  
         

 

What to bring:   For any session, remember to have a water bottle and a snack/food for after the sessions.

                             For the on ice sessions please bring a light and a dark jersey. (Jerseys will not be supplied)

 

 **There is a limited amount of spots available so please register as soon as possible.**

 

Information on the AIM Program:  **Our Summer Camp will focus on the Physical Aspects of this program**

 The AIM Program is an innovative approach to training that is designed to help athletes build a strong general athletic foundation to support their sport-specific pursuits. By integrating physical and mental training, the AIM Program represents an efficient and effective way to build this foundation at every age and stage of development.

On the physical side, the AIM Program begins by developing the fundamental movement skills that underpin all sports (i.e., running, jumping, throwing, catching, kicking, striking, swimming, and skating). Then, as athletes mature, the focus shifts progressively to the ABC’s of athleticism (i.e. agility, balance, coordination, and speed) and to the key elements of sport conditioning (i.e., strength, power, flexibility, mobility, and endurance).

On the mental side, the AIM Program begins by focusing on a variety of skills that are beneficial in both sport and life (i.e., fair play, cooperation, teamwork, communication, and goal setting). Then, as athletes mature, the focus shifts progressively to an assortment of performance-oriented skills (i.e., imagery, confidence, activation control, self-talk, focus, and leadership). 

The AIM Program provides an age-appropriate blend of physical and mental training that helps athletes to succeed in their sport(s) of choice. It also provides opportunities for coaches to develop specialized competencies in these areas, and to deliver corresponding programming.

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