• Advanced Camp

    Tuesday August 16th-Thursday August 18th from 9:00am-2:00pm
    Sportsplex USA Santee - 9951 Riverwalk Drive

    By aligning with regionally recognized experts, Power Line brings you to an advanced camp that—with the help of three professional guest speakers—digs into skill development, health and awareness, sports performance, mental training, and physical therapy. These camps are for athletes who are between the ages of 12-18 years old and strive to compete at the next level. The advanced camp will be completed in three days and provide intense focus on the most up-to-date defensive and offensive techniques used in college softball today.
    One camp: $300
    Three camp series: June, July, and August camp: $600

    dream•train•succeed
    www.powerlineathletics.net
    858-277-7792

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  • Advanced Camp

     

    Advanced Camp

    Tuesday, July 12th-Thursday, July 14th at Santee Sports Complex

    http://maps.yahoo.com/#mvt=m&lat=32.852209&lon=-116.980644&zoom=17&ioride=us&q1=9951%20Riverwalk%20Drive%2C%20Santee%20CA&gid1=80965850

    • Time:

     9:00am-2:00pm

    • Ages:

    12-18

    • There will be surprise speakers everyday of the camp during lunch time, talking to the participants about key concepts to being successful in softball.

     

    Sara Hayes

    University of Notre Dame graduate/College Coach/Power Line Owner

    Danielle Duhart

    University of San Diego standout/Power Line Coach

    Shawni Flint

    San Diego State graduate/Sport Performance/Speed Development Coach/Power Line Coach

    College Standouts:

    Alisha Wyckoff

    Western New Mexico University

    Cara Terlep

    Lewis University

    Lauren Mario

    Cal. State Fullerton

    Through aligning with regionally recognized experts, Power Line brings you to an advanced camp that digs into skill development, health and awareness, sports performance, mental training, and physical therapy.  These camps are for athletes who strive to compete at the next level-running over the three days and providing intense focus on most up-to-date defensive and offensive techniques used in college softball today.  The camp will run from 9:00am-2:00pm each day.

    Register online – All positions

    Sign up1 participant: $300

    Sign up 3 participants: $600

    dream•train•succeed

    www.powerlineathletics.net

    858-277-7792

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  • Camp Experts Recap

    Kate Grace Physical Therapy 

                         

    Kate Grace, PT, OPA-C and Amanda Wing, DPT presented an educational talk to the participants fo the Power Line Advanced Softball Camp.   During the discussion, they discovered that 14 out of the 15 participants whose age range was 11-16 had had a sports related injury.  It was helpful for Kate and Amanda to provide these young athletes with the education and advice to help prevent future injuries as well as enhance their performance as young, up and coming softball players.

    Kate and Amanda sent a PDF packet for anyone interested in having a copy of the stretches and strengthening exercises performed that day.  They have also offered to work with any of Power Line's athletes on an individual basis.  For more information visit www.kgpt.com .

    Forza Institue

        

    Angela Bessolo Robles, owner and founder of Forza Institute, taught athletes at Power Line's Advanced Camp about the importance of using their innate personality strengths to their advantage in a team atmosphere and in the college recruiting process.  As a former college softball athlete and coach, she was able to relate to the girls on a personal level.  Angela used exercises and hand outs to illustrate her message.

    To expland on this presentation, Angela has offered through Forza to work with any of Power Line's athletes to educate them individually about the power of thier strengths.  visit www.forzainstitute.com

    Anna Weltman

    Anna Weltman, sports performance psychologist and owner, presented Power Line athletes with useful tools and exercises that helped prepare them for top performance.  Breathing, visualization, and handling stressors are all aspects that can sometimes outweigh an athlete's physical performance.  Every great athlete works to say in tuned with their mental fortitude.  This is a learned focus that can take an athlete's game to the next level.  Anna was able to touch on some of these important practices and has offered her services to Power Line athletes on an individual level.

    Please visit her blog, www.psychforsport.com for more information.

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