About The 2023 High Altitude Programs

2023 High Altitude CAMPS...  

Registrations for the 2023 Kokopelli High Altitude Programs are happening now.  Contact Lisa Rainsberger lisa@traininggoals.com or #719-337-2737 for more information and to secure a spot for 2023.

 

Performance Camp #1  July 9th - July 15th 

The HS Camp #1 is designed for the motivated and experienced runner.  This program will focus on preparing runners for their final high school seasons and college searches.  A strong focus on goal setting, balanced training, speed and strength development and nutrition.  College coaches are invited to come meet and greet athletes at the training sites and share information about the recruiting process.

Emerging  Camp #2:  July 16th-22nd

The Emerging Camp #2 is for 8th-11th grade runners (with a few exceptions) who want to take their knowledge and fitness base to the next level.  Runners will train on local trails, learn agility and speed drills, experience high level training, goal setting skills and nutritional advice.

Dates and Cost:     

Emerging Camp #1 July 9th-15th 4:00pm arrival 11:00am departure.  The Emerging Camp is for up and coming and current Freshman/Sophomore high school runners,

Cost $825.00

Performance Camp #2  July 16th - July 22nd   4pm arrival and 11:00 am departure. This Program is for Varsity Juniors, Varsity Seniors and the advanced runner committed to preparing to run in college.  $825.00

Location:  Breckenridge, Colorado located at 9,500’ ele.

Deposit: $100 deposit ASAP to secure your spot! 2023 remaining due 30 days prior to your camp.  Please fill out this waiver /_uploads/res/2234_11868.PDF   and send it along with your deposit to:

Rainsberger Athletics, LLC 

2548 Forest Oaks Point

Colorado Springs, CO 80906      

Program Mission:

To educate and empower youth athletes on the aspects of training, nutrition, mental focus of racing and all that goes into taking your athlete to the next level.  This is a camp that will focus on what it takes to get better and not primarily a “boot camp” or over distance camp.  I will prepare them for how to train when injured, how to mentally focus for the big race, how to overcome doubt and how to visualize winning.  “It is the small stuff that leads to greatness”.

In addition to a comprehensive training schedule which includes trail running  throughout Summit County and Leadville's Turquoise Lake, 14,000’, an afternoon canoeing on Lake Dillon, an afternoon with a Yoga Instructor learning the values and benefits of yoga and flexibility for runners, an afternoon at the Silverthorn Recreational Center learning how to run in the deep water followed by a very competitive game of water volleyball.  After dinners we head over to the Summit County Middle School for a fast and furious game of barefoot soccer or to the park for barefoot volleyball.  Exhaustion is free!

                       

  • Gold Sponsor
  • Silver Sponsor
  • BOCO Gear
  • CRC
  • Bronze Sponsor
  • RWA