June 29th-July 7th, 2013
Eastern United States Olympic Training Center in Lake Placid, NY
Additionally, a Coaches Super Clinic will be held on July 6 and 7th to end this 2013 Summer Session conference. Travel and check in day is July 5th for this Super Clinic and the program will begin 8:00 AM on July 6th and end at noon July 7th. Coaches Super Clinics have become recognized nationwide as a goldmine of information on training, recovery, diet and nutrition, peaking, age appropriate workloads, specific workouts for optimal improvement, performance blockers, team building and so much more. It is the most comprehensive clinic you could attend to bring back the “ motherload’ of knowledge and new ideas to your programs.
There are three options this year:
- June 29 – July 2 Adult Comprehensive/Implementation Life of an Athlete Training
(Travel and Check-in day is June 29) (Check out
day July 2 at noon) Cost \$600 includes training, room and board and
complete LOA materials
- July 2-July 5 National Athlete Leader Summit
(Travel and Check-in day July) (Check out date is July 2 at noon) (Check out
time is July 5 at noon) Cost \$400 includes training, room and board
and complete LOA materials
- July 5-7 LOA Coaches Super Clinic
(Travel day and Check in is
July 5) (Check out is July 7at noon) Cost \$300 includes training,
room and board and complete LOA materials
Travel is to ALB Albany NY Capital airport and Lake Placid is a scenic two hour drive north through the 6 million acre Adirondack Park.
Housing is at the USOTC on a first come first serve basis. All rooms are double or triple occupancy. Once housing allotments at USOTC are full, overflow housing will be at local hotels which will be at tourist peak rates. These arrangements must be made by attendees.
Meal plans for USOTC can be purchased for hotel groups. Food at USOTC is healthy training table food for elite athletes. All you can eat including snacks and drinks.
For any other questions call Olly Petrova at 518.796.8334.
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