TRAINING CAMPS + WORKSHOPS

THE SPORTROCK PERFORMANCE INSTITUTE IS A SPACE THAT GIVES COACHES AND ROUTESETTERS COMPLETE CREATIVE FREEDOM

This unique dynamic translates into amazing growth opportunities for those who are looking to hone their craft. Whether you are an aspiring routesetter or a youth athlete, our training camps & workshops will help you take your game to the next level.

Youth Training Camps

SRPI Youth Training
Camp | Pre Nationals
  • Session #1 July 13th & 14th

    • Day #1 | 12pm​ - 5pm

    • Day #2 | 10am - 3pm

  • Session #2 July 16th & 17th

    • Day #1 | 12pm​ - 5pm

    • Day #2 | 10am - 3pm

Come for just one session or signup for both! Athletes will train either lead or bouldering (and have the option to train Speed on our 15m walls) at each session.

 

Coaches for the Sportrock Performance Institute's Nationals Training Camp:

Head Coach Taylor Reed is a national and internationally-recognized coach.  His athletes just within the past year have achieved medals at this past year's youth nationals, collegiate nationals, national cup series, and adult team trials.

 

Head Setter and Coach Jeremy Hardin is a Level 5 routesetter who has set both at the national- and world cup-level.  He specializes in facilitating the climber's ability to understand his problems through his setting toolkit.

 

Coach Mohammad Jafari is a respected athlete-coach who was a part of Iran's national climbing team for over a decade.  He's been competing internationally since 2001 and has even won the US Bouldering National Championship in 2015.

 

Coach Hongyu (Jay) Zhao is a respected athlete-coach. He was one China's national level athletes and has significant experience competing, judging, and routesetting.  Coach Jay is currently confirmed for Session 2 only.  This will be updated if he plans to make Session 1.

 

Coach Charlie Osborne is the current collegiate lead national champion and recently made the final of the 2022 US Team Trials Lead Discipline.  In 2021 he attended his first World Cup.

 

Athletes will train, undergo competition simulations, learn principles of priming, undergo habit forming and mental training, and generally seek to understand the relationship between the environment and effective/efficient movement.

 

The session will end with plenty of time to deload prior to Nationals.

Check out images from past training camps!

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