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Training Camp Description:

Coaching is often more lonely than we expect.  When we coach, we are often cut off from our own training communities, we stop receiving feedback, and we forget how transformational it can be to train and compete alongside other people.
This half day camp will give us an opportunity to reconnect to our own athletic bodies and minds,  and the greater coaching community around us.  We will spend the day celebrating movement health, and the joy of having a physical experience while not being in charge of that experience for other people.

Athletes can expect over the half day camp: (rough timeline)
• Morning Spin up/breath/movement prep
• Expanding our coaching practices into the other 23 hours
• Essentials of Durability
• First Movement Session
• Break/Snack
• Second Movement Session
• Cool Down/Recovery Guided Soft Tissue Restoration Session

The pandemic tested and continues to test the limits of our ability to endure. The test in training has always been „crisis and observation. The past two and a half years have highlighted that we may not be as good at taking care of ourselves as we thought. Nearly every metric of health has trended in a worse direction from opiate usage to depression, from weight gain to adult binge drinking. What are the essential behaviors of durable, antifragile people? This lecture will demonstrate how seemingly small, but crucially interlocking behaviors create adaptability and resiliency.




Dr. Kelly Starrett

Co-Founder, Head Coach and Physical Therapist, Chief Tinkerer, Movement Optimist

Kelly is the co-author of the New York Times bestsellers Becoming A Supple Leopard, Ready to Run and the Wall Street Journal bestseller Deskbound. Kelly was also the co-founder of San Francisco CrossFit, the 21st CrossFit affiliate. Kelly consults with athletes and coaches from the NFL, NBA, NHL, and MLB the US Olympic Team and CrossFit, works with elite Army, Navy, Air Force, Marines and Coast Guard forces, and consults with corporations on employee health and well-being. Dr. Starrett’s work is not limited to coaches and athletes; his methods apply equally well to children, desk jockeys, and anyone dealing with injury and chronic pain. He believes that every human being should know how to move and be able to perform basic maintenance on themselves.