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Fri. July 31 -
Sun. August 2, 2020
THE FIRST ADULT-ONLY GYMNASTICS CAMP!
Come to a 3-day camp where competitive and recreational adult gymnasts of all levels can learn at their own pace alongside our internationally recognized staff! We focus on the women's artistic events, but men are welcome to come play.
In addition to 13 hours of instruction plus a clinic, there will be group meals, a night out in Downtown Portsmouth, and an afternoon at the beach! There are 2 major airports within an hour (Manchester NH and Boston MA).
Group Name: Adult Gymnastics Camp
Group Code: AGC
Hampton Inn: Portsmouth Central
99 Durgin Lane Portsmouth, New Hampshire 03801
*The hotel offers a shuttle that you can use to get to the gym, which is less than one mile away.
*This hotel has an indoor/outdoor pool (single pool with a retractable ceiling) as well as a hot tub.
All Training and Clinic Happens at:
Atlantic Gymnastics 150 Gosling Rd. Portsmouth NH
Friday July 31, 2020:
4pm Doors Open/Forms/Stretch out your legs from travel!
Saturday August 1:
3-4pm Adult Gymnastics Clinic by International Clinician Tony Retrosi.
4-7pm Training (Open Gym with Coaching Available)
7:30-10pm Dinner/Gymnastics Watch Party
Sunday August 2:
9:30am-1:30pm Training and Awards
2-6pm Afternoon at the Beach! Depending on the Olympic Broadcast Schedule: Possible Watch Party of Olympic Event Finals.
THE CAMP WILL BE STAFFED BY THE COACHES OF ATLANTIC GYMNASTICS, A NATIONALLY RECOGNIZED JO CLUB! We will also have some guest coaches. Coaches/trainers we plan to have at camp:
--Melody Gammon, Owner of Oxford Hills Gymnastics
--Alli Brisson, Coach of all levels at Atlantic Gymnastics
--Kristin Anzelone Martin, Level 6-10 Team Coach at GBC
--Liz Verhey, all levels coach at MGC
--James Parent, VP of TumblTrak
--Tyler Green, NAIGC team coach and competitive athlete of Inside Gymnastics
--Wendy Bruce Martin, Sports Psych Coach and 1992 Olympic Medalist
--Tony Retrosi, International Clinician and Coach up through Elite
--Bryan Paulhus, AAU Gymnastics Coach
--Gina Paulhus, Camp Director
--Meghan Mello, Athletic Trainer. Will be covering camp and also offering individual sessions for more personal attention.
We will have beginner, intermediate, and advanced groups so that all levels and abilities of gymnasts feel comfortable and have the best learning experience.
The focus of this camp will be on drills and skills that adult gymnastics wish to learn or improve on the various gymnastics apparatus including trampoline and tumbletrak. Conditioning, dance, PT, flexibility, lifestyle tips, and performance enhancement for adult gymnasts will also be covered. You do not have to be in "good shape" to participate! You will always be permitted to work at your own pace.
Note: there is no air conditioning in the gym. Weather in NH can be a mixed bag. Please be prepared to sweat!
WHEN: July 31-August 2, 2020
WHERE: 150 Gosling Rd. Portsmouth NH (Atlantic Gymnastics)
Gymnasts ages 18+
$275 per athlete (covers training only)
Teams of 3 or more
$225 per athlete (coupon code: "TEAMOFTHREE" for the $50 off)
If you have 3 or more teammates attending camp that train regularly together at the same gym, enter coupon code "TEAMOFTHREE" at checkout when you pay your balance or if you pay all at once - this coupon doesn't apply to the deposit. Please be sure you really do have three teammates coming for sure, and please indicate your club name in the comments! If you aren't sure, we can always apply the $50 discount after-the-fact as long as everyone is paid up by the due date of May 31, 2020.
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