2021 Preseason Residential Camp:
When: July 25th-28th
(Sunday - Wednesday)
Where: Kutztown University
Age Groups: U9 - U17 players
Birth Year: 2013-2005
PRESEASON RESIDENTIAL CURRICULUM, TRAINING & SCHEDULE
Rage SC presents a pre-season residential camp designed for all players. The pre-season camp runs for 4 days 3 nights preparing every player’s needs before preseason, (1) technical & tactical skills, (2) speed, strength, flexibility and game fitness (3) nutrition & health awareness (4)Team Building and Team Chemistry.
All sessions are developed and coached by the Rage SC directors and coaches, Sean Murphy, Dale Witmer, Eric Puls, Tyler Witmer, Justin Edinger, Deian Seymour.
Counselors: Are Current College Soccer Players & Reading Rage Alumni!
1. Technical & Tactical Soccer Training
Players will be grouped upon age and ability. Throughout the week players will undergo immense training on technical & tactical aspects of the game. Players will be training up to 3 times a day (morning, afternoon, night), during each session all different topics will be covered:
Ball control, 1v1 skills, turning with the ball, passing & receiving and finishing
Decision making, developing play from the backfield, positional awareness, when and where to take “risks” etc.
2. Speed, Agility & Strength Conditioning:
Soccer players are some of the most highly trained athletes in the world. Each day of camp players will have a 30 minute session on basic speed, strength conditioning and flexibility. Players will be provided the knowledge of becoming a better athlete through physical training which focuses highly on core strength training to improve their speed, agility and flexibility.
3. Nutrition Wellness
The first day of camp players will have a course on nutrition & wellness. The knowledge provided during the course goes beyond the week of training. Players will be given examples of a professional soccer player’s lifestyle. Players will be challenged to live this lifestyle for the next 5 days as they embark on their 5 days of pre-season training.
4. Team Building:
This is a unique opportunity for our club teams to stay overnight in the Kutztown University dorms. It is a great opportunity for our players to get to know one another and build team chemistry. Coaches will also test teams communication, cooperation and trust each day as we incorporate team building activities.
TYPICAL DAILY SCHEDULE/CAMP LIFE
7:30 am Wake up
8:00 am Breakfast & Commuter Drop OFF
8:45 am Prepare/Meet for Session
9:00 - 10:30 am Training Session #1
11:30-12:30 pm Lunch
12:30-1:30 pm Rest/Pool Time
1:30-3:00 pm Training Session #2
3:00-4:30 pm Workshops/Activities/3v3 Tournament
5:00-5:45 pm Dinner
6:00-8:00 pm Twilight Tournament*Commuters depart
8:00-9:00 pm Workshops/Activities/Game/Pool
LODGING AND MEALS
All residential and camp staff will be housed in campus dormitories at Kutztown University. Roommates will be assigned at random unless requested in advance. Please make any roommate requests directly on the application. 24 hour supervision of the dorms will be provided by camp staff. All meals are provided at the campus cafeteria.
After application and receipt of payment, a confirmation and medical release form will be mailed. This form MUST be completed and returned prior to participating in the camp. In addition, all campers must have proof of medical insurance. For any serious problems, the Kutztown University health center will be utilized and
parental contact will be made.
For commuters, every player needs to bring two t-shirts, outdoor and indoor shoes, shin guards, two pair of socks, and a water container.
Residential campers will be sent a checklist of additional needs for overnight camp.
Questions - Contact Tyler Witmer
Kutztown University Provides Buffet Style Breakfast, Lunch & Dinner!