Acrobatic skills and training are essential to your athlete’s freestyle success. During trampoline camp, our primary goal is to instill a strong fundamental base in all our athletes and to help them safely execute tricks on the trampoline. At Freestyle America, we teach young athletes individual trampoline skills that help them become more confident in the air. Skill work is based on progression through different levels of difficulty. This allows athletes to work up to those big maneuvers, while minimizing risk.
During Spring Trampoline Camps and Group Sessions, athletes will utilize our indoor Ross trampoline and potentially one of our outdoor trampolines, weather dependant. Campers may also use our straight-over spotting system and a state-of-the-art indoor bungee system to work on big tricks in a controlled environment. Campers will also be encouraged to bring their skis and boots, so they can work on their freeride skiing on our Rail Deck.
New in 2012, we will be utilizing the nearby WVBBTS Phil’s Hill BagJump Ramp. Having a ramp facility so close will be a valuable addition to our training program.
WVBBTS’ Wesley Preston and Dan Shuffleton, both Level 4 USSA Freestyle Coaches, will be on staff for spring trampoline activities. Our coaches focus on coaching each child individually and working with them at their own skill level. Campers will be given plenty of one-on-one coaching time, so they get feedback specific to their own abilities.
You may wish to note that all camps are scheduled as Day Camps with the specific training session hours listed on our individual Fall and Spring Camp pages. Some lodging and overnight supervision is available onsite at the Mountain Fare Inn. Contact Suzi Preston at www.mountainfareinn.com or 603.726.4283 to check availability.
If you have any questions on Spring or Fall Trampoline Training, please contact Marissa Preston at 603.236.7987 or firstname.lastname@example.org.