If you are serious about the POLE VAULT as a coach or a vaulter, you cannot afford to miss COACH HOOD’S Spring Break Vaulting Camp. The techniques that have helped Abilene Christian become one of the premier vault schools in the NCAA will be taught at these camps by the Hood’s, who have helped produce two nineteen foot vaulters, 10 eighteen footers, over 20 NCAA Div I Qualifiers along with eight women over 13’.
The goal of the spring break camp is to prepare and fine tune your vault for the spring season. Valuable tips and strategies are emphasized to all campers.
Cost: $125 - One day camp Meals are not included in the cost of the camp. You may bring a lunch or go out to eat during the meal break. We will provide transportation to an area with some restaurants if needed.
Make checks payable to: Coach Don Hood
Camp Rules and Guidelines. All campers must stay on site during all sessions.
If an emergency arises, notify Coach Hood immediately.¨All athletes should take care of their bodies. Alcohol, tobacco and any illegal drugs are not permitted at camp. Any camper’s use of such can result in dismissal from the camp.¨Proper dress, conduct and language is expected at all times. A great atmosphere is the product of great effort. We want only positives at the camp.¨Following your coach’s instructions is crucial to your improvement and your safety. We expect you to do what we ask you to do. Vaulting is allowed only in the presence of a camp coach.¨Care and respect for your fellow vaulters, coaches, equipment, facilities is expected.
What To Bring: Every camper should bring:
Helmet (not a bicycle helmet)
Training flats & spikes (for competition only)
Workout clothes & gloves
Training pole & competition pole (Optional).
Poles will be provided at the camp. Bring clothes suitable for every temperature. Helmets for safety reasons, all campers are required to wear helmets when vaulting. If you do not have a helmet, you will be able to purchase one at the camp. Camp T-shirts will be issued at registration.