Logan Peak Running

Logan Peak Running Camp

 

Coaches Artie Gulden and Sarah Griggs will provide instruction on training theory, sports psychology, nutrition, strength training and injury prevention. Camp staff will include current and former members of the USU cross country teams.

At camp you will:

  • Receive instruction from Utah State University coaches
  • Run with members of the USU cross country teams
  • Practice at USU’s high performance facilities such as the recently resurfaced Beynon track and the USU cross country course
  • Learn about the physical and mental elements of running
  • Participate in nightly camp activities
July 8th - 11th, 2019
Ages: 14 - 18
Check In: 12:00pm at LLC Dorms
Times: 7:00am - 10:00pm daily
Check Out: 2:00pm
Cost without housing: $220
Cost with housing: $300
Register

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Sign up with 5 or more people from the same team and receive a $20 to $25 discount.

Location: Utah State University

CHECK-IN
All participants must check in.
The location and times for check-in is as follows:
The Living Learning Community (LLC) dorms from 12pm-1pm. Campers will store their luggage in the main office until 2pm.
  • Camp agendas and t-shirts will be given out during check-in.
  • Participants staying in campus housing will check into the residence halls after camp orientation.
  • Orientation begins at 1:30pm at the LLC Building Lounge
CHECK-OUT
Camp ends at 2:00 p.m. on Thursday. Campus housing participants will check out of dorms by 10am Thursday and store luggage in main office.
Parents: After 2:00 p.m. on Thursday, participants will not be required to have special permission to leave campus. Please be sure to pick up your athletes on time. Athletes can be picked up outside the LLC.
 
GENERAL SCHEDULE A detailed agenda will be provided at check-in.
A general agenda for the week, except Monday and Thursday, is as follows:
  • 7:00am Instruction and training
  • 9:00am
  • 10:00am Breakfast Instruction and training
  • 12:30pm Lunch
  • 2:00pm Instruction and training
  • 5:00pm Dinner
  • 7:00pm Evening Activities
  • 9:30pm End of the day for non-housing participants*
  • 10:00pm Head count
  • 10:30pm Lights out

*Non-housing participants can be picked up at the Roundabout between the LLC and the Taggart Student Center

FOOD & HOUSING
Camp participants will eat some meals in the Marketplace (all-you-can-eat cafeteria) and the other meals will be catered. Housing participants will receive breakfast, lunch, and dinner. Non-housing participants will receive lunch and dinner. If your child has special dietary needs, please let the camp director know before camp starts.
Campus housing participants are lodged Monday through Wednesday nights at the Living Learning Community (LLC). The residence hall room is furnished with linen, bedding and towels. Laundry facilities are not available.
 
PARKING
If participants drive their own vehicle to camp, they will be required to pay $40 upon registration for a parking pass for the week. You will be required to park in the Aggie Terrace located at 600 N 700 E. You will have to take a ticket to get into the terrace, but once you obtain your parking pass, you will not be charged beyond the $40 you paid at registration. Campers who bring their own vehicle are expected to stay on campus for the duration of camp. Parents may park in the Aggie Terrace or the Big Blue Parking Terrace (850 E. 700 N.) to drop off their children for camp.
 
CHECK-OUT
Participants should be aware of the following rules and precautions:
  • Do not bring a large sum of money or expensive items to camp.
  • Do not leave possessions unattended, except in designated secure locations.
  • Do not walk alone on campus or leave campus unattended (without a counselor, coach, or other camp staff member).
  • Write you name clearly on all items you will be bringing to camp.
Utah State University or Logan Peak Running Camp is not responsible for lost or stolen items.
 
CHECKLIST OF ITEMS TO BRING TO CAMP
  • Training shoes
  • Clothing for workouts, including t-shirts, shorts, and athletic socks
  • Clothing for free time and nightly activities - shorts, sweats, jeans, light jackets, sandals etc.
  • Swim suit
  • Beach towel
  • Toiletries—toothbrush, soap, deodorant, shampoo, etc.
  • Sunscreen
  • Alarm clock
  • Water bottle
  • Hat & sunglasses
  • Watch (optional)
  • Medications/Inhaler (if needed)
  • Spending money (optional) for snacks, souvenirs, etc.
*Note: Write your name clearly on all items you will be bringing to camp.
Items to leave at home include in-line skates, skateboards, hover boards, water guns, water balloons, fireworks, other explosive/flammable materials, incense, candles, any type of open flame, firearms, pellet guns, BB and paint guns, wrist rockets, slingshots, bows and arrows, knives, swords (including decorative weapons), and pets and animals of any kind. These items are inappropriate to bring to camp and will be confiscated. We also discourage you from bringing media devices, laptops, expensive items, and excessive cash. Cell phones and iPods are acceptable but must remain in your residence hall.
 
CANCELLATIONS & REFUNDS
If you register your child for camp and they do not attend, you will not receive a refund. Utah State University and Logan Peak Running Camp cannot be held responsible for any change or cancellation charges required by airlines, travel agencies or other institutions.
 
INSURANCE
Logan Peak Running Camp DOES NOT provide medical insurance for camp participants. Medical expenses incurred as a result of participating in Logan Peak Running Camp ARE THE RESPONSIBILITY OF THE FAMILY OF EACH CAMP PARTICIPANT. Participants must carry primary insurance during camp or be self-insured.
 
ILLNESSES & INJURY
If medical treatment for a participant is deemed necessary, Logan Peak Running Camp will attempt to contact the parent or guardian. In the event the parent/guardian cannot be timely reached, the participant may be transported off-site to receive medical treatment.
Experienced athletic trainers will be on hand to treat injuries that may occur during workouts. For serious injuries, participants may be taken to the Logan Regional Medical Center emergency room. Athletes are encouraged to begin strength, flexibility, and nutritional training prior to camp to minimize the risk of injury during camp. It is the camp participant’s responsibility to follow the trainers’ instructions.
 
CAMP STAFF
Coach/ Camp Director:
Sarah Griggs
719-210-6556 sarah.griggs@usu.edu
 
Coach:
Arthur Gulden
570-259-0895 arthur.gulden@usu.edu
*All camp counselors will be current or former members of the USU cross country teams

Registration fee includes camp instruction, meals, evening activities, and t-shirt. Please note that housing participants will stay in the dorms on campus and receive breakfast, lunch and dinner. Non-housing participants will receive lunch and dinner.

Open to any and all entrants.