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Agility, Speed and Strength Camp

The GBN Athletic Department will be offering a two-week Agility, Speed and Strength Camp for its student-athletes. The Camp will follow all training and safety guidelines provided by the IHSA, State of Illinois and Illinois State Board of Education.

The program will be open to all Glenbrook students enrolled in the 20-21 school year in Grades 9-12 regardless of sport. Each group of 10 or fewer students will be participating under the direction of one instructor in an appropriately spaced area in our stadiums. The purpose of the camp is to safely return athletes from a period of inactivity using a graduated program.  This program is designed by strength and conditioning professionals to help students prepare for the anticipated return of sport specific camps in July.

The camp will be conducted by coaching staffs under the supervision of the Athletic Directors.  The camp will run from Monday, June 15th through Thursday, June 25th. Six one-hour time slots will be available for the students to choose from, and each session will be limited to 45 athletes. Athletic Trainers will be actively engaged in monitoring both the participants and coaches. 

The following are the guidelines set forth by the IHSA and our plans and procedures to abide by those guidelines:

 

D225’s Preparations for the IHSA Stage 1 of Return to Play Guidelines

As a result of the Governor’s Restore Illinois Plan, IHSA member schools are permitted to open for voluntary strength and conditioning sessions. School districts should work with their local health departments on current restrictions in their area prior to beginning contact. Local school administration determines the permitted activities at their school. Prioritizing the health and safety of all students and staff must remain the focus of each IHSA member school. In bold are the IHSA specifications followed by the D225’s approach. 

Outdoor workouts are highly encouraged over indoor workouts, to reduce transmission. Camps will be conducted on campus in Lutz and Davis stadium; the fieldhouses will only be used in the event of inclement weather.

Students are limited to 3 hours of participation per day. Camps at GBN and GBS will be one hour in length.

These requirements must be followed when conducting voluntary strength and conditioning sessions: 

  • Maintain social distance by being at least 6 feet apart. To help maintain proper social distance, both GBN and GBS plan on marking coaching boxes and areas for the athletes to use as landmarks on the stadium field with washable field paint.
  • Masks shall be worn when social distance cannot be maintained. Camp participants and coaches are required to wear appropriate face coverings before, during, and after camp sessions if appropriate social distance of 6 feet or greater cannot be maintained.
  • Follow gathering guidelines of groups of 10 or less including the coach and medical personnel. Trainers will be present but outside the area of the camp.  All groups will be 10 or less, with a total of 50 per session in the stadium at one time. 
  • Groups of 10 or less must be predetermined. Up to 45 athletes will sign up per session, and they will be broken into 5 groups which will remain the same throughout the duration of the camp. 
  • Once groups are determined, students may not switch from one group to another based upon the sport. Groups will be determined prior to the start of camp; athletes will be grouped based on age and experience. 
  • Interaction between groups shall be avoided. Virtually no interaction between groups in the same session or between sessions is anticipated.  To help avoid interaction, participants will enter the stadium through one entrance and leave directly into the parking lots through a specified exit gate.
  • Sessions can only include weightlifting, running, and exercises designed to promote physical fitness. Exercise stations will include agility training, speed training, and strength; no special equipment will be needed other than cones, ladders, and small hurdles.
  • Sport-specific drills are not permitted, and sport-specific equipment may not be used. Exercises will only include non-sport specific drills.
  • Implement diligent and effective cleaning and disinfecting of frequently touched objects and surfaces following the guidance of the CDC and IDPH. GBN and GBS Athletic Trainers will be on hand for all sessions and will help aid in the cleaning and disinfecting of surfaces.
  • Coaches must maintain a daily record of what athletes are participating, when, symptoms they may present. GBN and GBS Athletic Trainers will monitor and maintain records for all participants.
  • Athletes should be monitored at start of practice for temperature >100.4F/37C or symptoms of COVID-19 (fevers, chills, cough, muscle aches, headache, sore throat, runny nose, nausea, vomiting, diarrhea, or loss of taste or smell). If symptoms are present, they should not participate in practice and should be referred to a physician for evaluation and testing. (see trainers’ guidelines)
  • Free weight exercises that require a spotter cannot be conducted while honoring social distancing norms. Safety measures in all forms must be strictly enforced in the weight room. These camps will not utilize weight equipment.
  • Players shall bring their own water bottle, shoes, towels, and other personal equipment. The use of locker rooms, shared water coolers with cups, and water fountains will be prohibited during this stage. Participants are asked to bring two water bottles.

Registration Details:

Registration will open at 9:00 a.m. on Wednesday, June 10, 2020 and close at 6:00 p.m. on Saturday, June 13, 2020

Camp Dates:

Monday, June 15 - Thursday, June 25

M - TH

 

Cost:  

$ 70 (8 workouts) full registration only (no pro rating)

Available sessions include:

Morning Sessions: 

Session 1 -              6:45 to 7:45 am

Session 2 -              8:00 to 9:00 am

Session 3 -              9:15 to 10:15 am

Session 4 -              10:30 to 11:30 am

 

Evening Sessions

Session 5 -              5:00 to 6:00 pm

Session 6 -              6:15 to 7:15 pm

Session 7 -              7:30 to 8:30 pm

Questions regarding this camp should be directed to the GBN/GBS Athletic Directors:

GBN - John Catalano - jcatalano@glenbrook225.org

GBS - Steve Rockrohr - srockrohr@glenbrook225.org

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GLENBROOK SOUTH STUDENTS ONLY

The GBS Athletic Department will be offering a two-week Agility, Speed and Strength Camp for its student-athletes. The Camp will follow all training and safety guidelines provided by the IHSA, State of Illinois and Illinois State Board of Education.

The program will be open to all Glenbrook students enrolled in the 20-21 school year in Grades 9-12 regardless of sport. Each group of 10 or fewer students will be participating under the direction of one instructor in an appropriately spaced area in our stadiums. The purpose of the camp is to safely return athletes from a period of inactivity using a graduated program.  This program is designed by strength and conditioning professionals to help students prepare for the anticipated return of sport specific camps in July.

The camp will be conducted by coaching staffs under the supervision of the Athletic Directors.  The camp will run from Monday, June 15th through Thursday, June 25th. Six one-hour time slots will be available for the students to choose from, and each session will be limited to 45 athletes. Athletic Trainers will be actively engaged in monitoring both the participants and coaches. 

The following are the guidelines set forth by the IHSA and our plans and procedures to abide by those guidelines:

 

D225’s Preparations for the IHSA Stage 1 of Return to Play Guidelines

As a result of the Governor’s Restore Illinois Plan, IHSA member schools are permitted to open for voluntary strength and conditioning sessions. School districts should work with their local health departments on current restrictions in their area prior to beginning contact. Local school administration determines the permitted activities at their school. Prioritizing the health and safety of all students and staff must remain the focus of each IHSA member school. In bold are the IHSA specifications followed by the D225’s approach. 

Outdoor workouts are highly encouraged over indoor workouts, to reduce transmission. Camps will be conducted on campus in Lutz and Davis stadium; the fieldhouses will only be used in the event of inclement weather.

Students are limited to 3 hours of participation per day. Camps at GBN and GBS will be one hour in length.

These requirements must be followed when conducting voluntary strength and conditioning sessions: 

  • Maintain social distance by being at least 6 feet apart. To help maintain proper social distance, both GBN and GBS plan on marking coaching boxes and areas for the athletes to use as landmarks on the stadium field with washable field paint.
  • Masks shall be worn when social distance cannot be maintained. Camp participants and coaches are required to wear appropriate face coverings before, during, and after camp sessions if appropriate social distance of 6 feet or greater cannot be maintained.
  • Follow gathering guidelines of groups of 10 or less including the coach and medical personnel. Trainers will be present but outside the area of the camp.  All groups will be 10 or less, with a total of 50 per session in the stadium at one time. 
  • Groups of 10 or less must be predetermined. Up to 45 athletes will sign up per session, and they will be broken into 5 groups which will remain the same throughout the duration of the camp. 
  • Once groups are determined, students may not switch from one group to another based upon the sport. Groups will be determined prior to the start of camp; athletes will be grouped based on age and experience. 
  • Interaction between groups shall be avoided. Virtually no interaction between groups in the same session or between sessions is anticipated.  To help avoid interaction, participants will enter the stadium through one entrance and leave directly into the parking lots through a specified exit gate.
  • Sessions can only include weightlifting, running, and exercises designed to promote physical fitness. Exercise stations will include agility training, speed training, and strength; no special equipment will be needed other than cones, ladders, and small hurdles.
  • Sport-specific drills are not permitted, and sport-specific equipment may not be used. Exercises will only include non-sport specific drills.
  • Implement diligent and effective cleaning and disinfecting of frequently touched objects and surfaces following the guidance of the CDC and IDPH. GBN and GBS Athletic Trainers will be on hand for all sessions and will help aid in the cleaning and disinfecting of surfaces.
  • Coaches must maintain a daily record of what athletes are participating, when, symptoms they may present. GBN and GBS Athletic Trainers will monitor and maintain records for all participants.
  • Athletes should be monitored at start of practice for temperature >100.4F/37C or symptoms of COVID-19 (fevers, chills, cough, muscle aches, headache, sore throat, runny nose, nausea, vomiting, diarrhea, or loss of taste or smell). If symptoms are present, they should not participate in practice and should be referred to a physician for evaluation and testing. (see trainers’ guidelines)
  • Free weight exercises that require a spotter cannot be conducted while honoring social distancing norms. Safety measures in all forms must be strictly enforced in the weight room. These camps will not utilize weight equipment.
  • Players shall bring their own water bottle, shoes, towels, and other personal equipment. The use of locker rooms, shared water coolers with cups, and water fountains will be prohibited during this stage. Participants are asked to bring two water bottles.

Registration Details:

Registration will open at 9:00 a.m. on Wednesday, June 10, 2020 and close at 6:00 p.m. on Saturday, June 13, 2020

Camp Dates:

Monday, June 15 - Thursday, June 25

M - TH

 

Cost:  

$ 70 (8 workouts) full registration only (no pro rating)

Available sessions include:

Morning Sessions: 

Session 1 -              6:45 to 7:45 am

Session 2 -              8:00 to 9:00 am

Session 3 -              9:15 to 10:15 am

Session 4 -              10:30 to 11:30 am

 

Evening Sessions

Session 5 -              5:00 to 6:00 pm

Session 6 -              6:15 to 7:15 pm

Session 7 -              7:30 to 8:30 pm


Questions regarding this camp should be directed to the GBN/GBS Athletic Directors:

GBN - John Catalano - jcatalano@glenbrook225.org

GBS - Steve Rockrohr - srockrohr@glenbrook225.org