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Developmental Gymnastics Camp, June 23-25

The Penn State Boys Developmental Gymnastics Camp features the importance of building a strong basic foundation for future gymnastics growth. Focus will be placed on skill acquisition and technique, basic strength, conditioning and flexibility. To provide the best possible learning environment, enrollment is limited to 70 gymnasts.

Who: Boys ages 8 to 13 (Grades 2-7)
Fees:
• $425 resident
(includes instruction, housing, meals, a camp shirt)
• $375 commuter (includes instruction, all meals, a camp shirt)

*** Note: Active charges a transaction fee on all camp registrations.

Total Fees:
Resident Camper Fee:
$425 plus Transaction Fee $20 = $445 total fee
Commuter Camper Fee:
$375 plus Transaction Fee $20 = $395 total fee

Meals: Lunch on the first day to lunch on the last day

Advanced Gymnastics Camp, June 26-29

The Penn State Boys Advanced Gymnastics Camp will focus on the development of new skills and skill refinement. Information on strength and conditioning as well as power development will also be provided. Mental aspects of the sport will be addressed to provide campers with the latest, cutting edge trends in the sport of gymnastics. In addition, there will be a discussion session on preparing for collegiate gymnastics. To provide the best possible learning environment, enrollment is limited to 70 gymnasts.

Who: Boys ages 14 and up (Grades 8 and up)
Fees:
• $570 resident
(includes instruction, housing, meals, a camp shirt)
• $505 commuter (includes instruction, all meals, a camp shirt)

*** Note: Active charges a transaction fee on all camp registrations.

Total Fees:
Resident Camper Fee:
$570 plus Transaction Fee $25 = $595 total fee
Commuter Camper Fee:
$505 plus Transaction Fee $20 = $525 total fee

Meals: Lunch on the first day to breakfast on the last day

About the Gymnastics Training Facility

All training will take place in the Penn State Gymnastics facility located in White Building in the heart of the Penn State campus. Extensively renovated in the summer and fall of 2000, the gym's design and its amenities make it the finest gymnastics facility in the country. This state-of-the-art facility features 13,400 square feet of training space, nearly twice the size of most collegiate facilities. Campers also have the benefit of working on new AAI equipment and landing mats at a multitude of training stations.

There are two 40' x 40' floor exercise systems, each with a Resi pit adjacent for tumbling. There is also a 68' tumbling strip where gymnasts have their choice of a Resi pit or a deep foam pit landing. Three vaulting stations are available, maximizing the gymnast's ability to train vaults using safe and effective progressions. Deep foam and Resi pit landing areas are used extensively along with the floor level table, which has an above ground Resi pit available for drills. The pommel horse area includes two pommel horses, a longitudinal horse, a single pommel station, a floor horse and a mushroom. Strength training is performed primarily at each of the two low ring stations. Gymnasts also have the option of landing areas on horizontal bar. Again, regular floor surface along with Resi and deep foam pits allow the athletes to train safely and remain on the cutting edge of gymnastic technique. A low bar is available for strap work as well as inbar work. Parallel bar stations include a competitive/training set, a low bar station and a set of bars next to a deep foam pit for dismounts. A trampoline is present, complete with overhead spotting and deep foam pit accessibility.

Complete with new heating and air conditioning systems, upgraded lighting and a unique architectural design, the gym is not only functional but beautiful as well. Motorized blinds have been installed to filter out sunlight from the 32 spacious windows that adorn the gym. Finally, HD televisions and DVR replay systems play back performances after every turn a gymnast takes.

Recreation

During camp, participants will have the opportunity to visit various campus landmarks such as the Penn State Creamery, Bookstore and Lion Shrine. Participants may also spend their free time enjoying Penn State's many recreational facilities, including the outdoor swimming pool.

Penn State Sport Camps
Gardner House
Elm Road
University Park, PA 16802
Fax: 814-865-8883
E-mail: SportCampInfo@athletics.psu.edu

In accordance with NCAA guidelines, all Penn State University Sport Camps and Clinics are open to any and all entrants, limited only by specified number, age, grade level and/or gender of its participants.

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