To Be Determined!
"Experience how world-class throwers train!"
2 Throwing Sessions Per Day
During each throwing session we will receive direct instructional coaching on your technique. You will take 30-40 full throws, honing in on tangible improvements that you can make. No endless hours of bodyweight drills!
Olympic Lifting Technique
We will teach you the basics of the Olympic Lifts (the snatch, clean, and jerk) if you don't know them, or fine-tune your technique if you already incorporate them into your lifting!
Full Strength Building Workouts
Each day we will put you through one of our best strength building workouts. We will alternate between upper body and lower body lifts, making you feel the burn but still ready to attack the next throwing session.
Video Review of Your Technique
Dane will do in-person technical analyses of your throws. He will break down your technique and give you cues to work through during your next session!
Special Strength Exercises
We will show you our best special strength exercises that combine technique development with strength building that will directly corelate to further throws!
What is the best way to recover from hard lifts and long throwing sessions? We will break down how we approach mobility and the huge impact it can have on your throws.
We use the term "lecture" loosely. Dane does not make his presentations boring. However, you will learn exactly what it takes to become champion and achieve more than you dreamed possible as a thrower.
Add 5 Feet In Days
What can just a few days do for your throwing distance? Just ask the throwers who PR'd by 5 feet or more at the competition after our last camp!
Getting a different perspective on your technique with hands on coaching can make the difference between making the same mistakes for the next 6 months or fixing them now starting to PR again!
Who has been to our camp?
Wes Shaw: Shot - 64' Disc - 178'
Jeff Kline: Shot 65'7"
Maria Deaviz: Shot - 53' Disc 150'
Sarah Marvin: Shot - 51'4" Disc - 154'
T'Mond Johnson: Shot - 19.93m
Payden Montana: Shot - 51' Disc - 166'
... and many more
Who are you training with?
Deciding between the
Spin or Glide?
Our specialty is analyzing how throwers move best and whether they are best suited for the spin or the glide.
If you want to try the spin, we will have you taking full spins on DAY 1!
Learn more about choosing the Spin or Glide!
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Example Day Schedule
9:30 - Check in
10:00 - Throws Session 1
11:00 - Olympic Lifting and Lower Body Lift
12:30 - Lunch Break and Recovery
1:30 - Technique and Video Talk
2:00 - Throws Session 2
3:00 - Special Strength Session
4:00 - End of Day
Where is the camp located?
Do you provide housing?
Do you provide meals?
Although we usually provide a few meals, due to COVID-19 we will not be sharing food at our camp. Thus you will be responsible for all meals. We encourage you to pack a lunch and other snacks to recover throughout the day. There are places to get take out food within 5-10 minutes of the gym. You will have an hour lunch break every day to eat.
When should I arrive on the first day?
Arrive for check-in at 9:30am the first day. Come ready to get right into your first throws session!
How long are the days?
The days will last from 9:30am arrival until 4:00-4:30pm departure. You are free to find something to eat and relax in the evening. Believe us, you will be ready for bed by the end of the day!
What if there is bad weather?
We throw in the rain! Not always... if there are very bad storms we have a place inside where we can throw into a net. However, if there is light rain be prepared to get wet!
Should I bring my own implements?
We have plenty of implements for you to throw. However, if you enjoy throwing your own implements, you are more than welcome to bring them!
What else do I need to bring?
A water bottle (VERY IMPORTANT to stay hydrated)
Throwing shoes and lifting shoes (if you have them)
Other throwing/lifting gear if you have them (wrist wraps, throwing glove)
Packed lunch and snacks
Change of clothes and towel (you will get sweaty...)
Is there an age restriction for the camp?
The minimum age for the camp is 12 years old. It is typical for us to have a range of ages and levels of development to come out and throw. If you throw in middle school, high school, college, or post-collegiately you are welcome. Also if you have never thrown before or you have thrown at the elite level for years we want you to come out either way!
Do I have to pay separately for the meet at the beginning of the camp?
No, the Power Fest Throws Meet is included in the cost of the camp.