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Ramp/Pool Camp @ AcrobatX in Quebec City, Quebec

Session 6:

August 19-23rd

9:00 am – 4:00 pm

$350 (USD)

Open to Devo athletes age 9 and up and Core Team athletes

This camp at the AcrobatX center is for athletes ready to commit to freestyle skill progression for next season.  Camp is coached by 2 world known coaches who will help you achieve the goals you bring to camp.  Each camp day begins with dryland conditioning (run, stretch, body weight exercises).  Athletes have two trampoline training sessions and two pool training sessions each day.   Campers will need to bring a wet suit, bathing suits, life jacket, helmet, mouth guard, ski boots and twin tip skis that they are NOT planning to use next season. 

If you are interested in attending this camp email and Rebecca will direct you to our contact at AcrobatX to complete registration.  Please note that families are responsible for travel arrangements and accommodations during the week in Quebec.  There are many affordable places to rent on AirBnB. 

Below is a detailed outline of what at typical week might look like provided by a parent whose athlete has attended:

We prefer to train at Acrobatx from Monday, August 19 through Thursday, August 22.  Then, athletes can compete in the Big Air competition on Friday, August 23.  So the schedule would be as follows:

August 18 - Travel to Quebec 
August 19 - Training 8:30 AM - 4:00 PM
August 20 - Training 8:30 AM - 4:00 PM
August 21 - Training 8:30 AM - 4:00 PM
August 22 - Training 8:30 AM - 4:00 PM
August 23 - Compete in Big Air Competition
August 24 - Return Home
The cost for training is $308 CAD.  The cost to compete in the Big Air is ~ $50 CAD.  Athletes will also need to have current USSA Competitors License ($85 at ussa.org).  Athletes will train with coaches provided by Acrobatx.  They will have 1-2 trampoline training sessions per day as well as 1-2 jump sessions per day.  There will be a 1 hour lunch break each day.  Athletes will need to bring the following:
Protective helmet: covering the back of the head
Life Jacket (PFD): Certified by the Canadian Coast Guard.
Skis: Used preferences
Ski Boots: You can use your winter boots unless you plan to do more than 10 days of ramping.
Isothermal suit (wetsuit): The isothermal suit protects from the cold and helps with buoyancy. It is highly recommended for the youngest to allow a comfortable and effective training. We suggest a thickness of 5mm for maximum comfort on cooler days.
Oral Protector (Mouthguard) : Recommended when athletes start making inverted or flips. (This is mandatory in winter).
Beach towel: Colors to choose :)
For the course of the day:
Sun Screen
Water Bottle (drinking water on the site)
Lunch (with X2 snacks)
Training clothes + sports shoes (for warm-up and dryland)
Warm clothes
Cap or hat
Sunglasses (if necessary)
For housing, we could rent a large home through https://www.chaletsalpins.ca/en/ or families can book their own accomadations in Quebec City or Stoneham, Quebec.