• Strength, Conditioning, and Nutrition Camp

  • Strength, Conditioning and Nutrition Camp (JULY 27 - 30) (5:30 PM - 8:30 PM)

    The camp will provide detailed instruction on powerlifting exercises, speed-agility drills, and nutritional guidance to optimize athletes' performance and to reduce the risk of injury. The techniques used in this sports performance camp are the tools needed to take any athlete to the next level, whether it be making their school team, college-bound, or wanting to better one's performance overall. This camp is open to boys and girls ages 10-16. This camp runs Monday– Thursday

    Cost: $150.00 (Full Day) This includes a $75 non-refundable deposit that will be applied to tuition. 

    NIKKI KINNIER - Camp Director

    Coach Nikki Kinnier, class of ’09, has over ten years of experience in strength and conditioning coaching. She has obtained a B.S. in Health and Nutrition and is ISSA Certified in personal training. She is currently the owner and founder of Next Level Sports Performance, a proprietary program geared toward strength, speed-agility, and fast-twitch muscle training. At St. Mark’s Strength and Conditioning Coach, Assistant Varsity Volleyball Coach and Associate Director of Athletics. She played Varsity Volleyball for St. Mark’s, where she was a part of the 2006 Championship team and selected as Delaware Volleyball Gatorade Player of the Year in 2008-2009. Nikki advanced her volleyball career on a full athletic scholarship at Hofstra University, where she was part of the 2012 CAA Championship team and inducted into the 1000 Kills Club Hall of Fame. During her time at Hofstra University, she was coached and mentored in sports performance by the current Louisville Cardinals Strength and Conditioning Coach. She also worked with the Operations Chief for The Program, who is a retired Special Operations Sergeant in the U.S. Army. Her passion is in helping athletes take their skills to the next level. Her coaches and athletic trainers have been invaluable mentors in her excelling as a student-athlete and being a successful coach today.