Elevate Running Camp is Back – Three Times Better!

How does one camp get three times better? By offering it three times instead of just once AND by making one camp just for adults!

Additionally, I’m working on the possibilities of being part of a fantastic research project on runners while attending camp. More on that later.

This year Elevate Running Camp for the high school level is reserved for the weeks 6/21-26/2010 and a second high school camp 7/5-10/2010. Camp is an extra day longer than last year thanks to the input of last year’s campers! So time to mark your calendars. Arrive on Monday morning we start in earnest @ noon! We will pack workouts, lectures, games, inside jokes that live on all year, and yes… daily movies (but I promise I’ll keep the documentaries to a minimum… maybe). We are not camping out! We stay in the dorms @ Northern Arizona University in Flagstaff, Arizona; and eat in their dining facilities on campus.

March is sign-up time!
[The first high school camp is filling fast and the second one already has registrations! So don’t wait!]

If you sign up by 3/30/10 your cost will only be $400 – this includes your room, board @ Northern Arizona University, all handouts, workouts, mental game assessments, and so much more; by the way the fun is your bonus! The regular price starting 4/1/10 for the camp is $435 (same as last year) and late registration (after 5/1) will be $450.
[To maintain the quality of the camp, I am limiting participants to each camp. I am already receiving registrations so do not delay registering!]

If you do not stay in the dorms with us and commute – your camp cost is only $285.

The adult running camp is scheduled to accommodate a “long weekend” schedule. It will run from early Thursday through Sunday afternoon 7/22-25/2010. It will be packed with up to three workouts per day (NOT all are running workouts), classroom sessions, individual assessments and of course great socializing and fun! Your investment in your running improvement and time away from the heat of summer is just $325 – that includes room and board instruction, handouts and fun.
[There are already a number of commitments to this camp! Sign up soon because NAU limits my space!]
If you have any questions of course, drop me a line.


About Dean Hebert

I’m a mental game coach, author and speaker. I work with individual athletes, parents, coaches, and teams on sports performance enhancement. Beyond my academic post-graduate work in sports psychology - the psychology behind athlete performance – I am a certified Mental Games Coaching Professional (MGCP) and certified hypnotherapist. I’ve authored several books and hundreds of articles. “Coach, I didn’t run because…” (2008) is a seriously light-hearted look at making excuses not to workout and how to overcome them. “Focus for Fitness” (2009) and “Screw the Goals Give me the Donut” (2010) are two of my eBooks on mental game approaches for the everyday athlete. I wrote these because I believe that everyone can benefit from the powerful mental techniques that the world’s best athletes use. I have been cited in Runners World, Best Health magazine (CN), SWEAT Magazine, and the Washington Examiner amongst many other publications. I have been a featured mental games coach in Runner’s World and for the internationally acclaimed trail running resource - trailrunningclub.com. I also regularly appear on sports and fitness talk shows such as LTKFitness, Runnersroundtable and for more than three years I have co-hosted a weekly video series with Coach Joe English for Running-Advice.com. I specialize in mental toughness training. My clients include tennis, synchronized swimming, golf, race-kart, soccer, motocross, volleyball, MMA, cycling (road, off-road, time-trialist), running, duathlon and triathlon, basketball, football and baseball athletes. I have coached world-class athletes and athletes internationally. I have a passion for working with youth athletes and helping them apply mental game skills and techniques to all areas of life. Most importantly, my aim is to have people enjoy sports and life to their fullest through peak performances.
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3 Responses to Elevate Running Camp is Back – Three Times Better!

  1. Christina says:

    Does the research project have anything to do with making people puke? See how much you can push a person till they puke? Hey, I happen to know two runners that would gladly participate. 🙂

  2. Christina says:

    I would want to go to camp just to see the documentaries.

  3. Dean Hebert says:

    You are too funny. And yes… at altitude… high intensity runs do tend to encourage puking. We can start a study on it. You’ll be the first subject.

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