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2010 PEAK PERFORMANCE HOCKEY CAMP BROCHURE

P.O. BOX 1156 • WINONA, MN 55987


www.peakhockey.com • info@peakhockey.com
PH/FAX: 507-288-9300 • 800-345-7235
WINONA, MINN.

THE COMFORTABLE SETTING


OF WINONA, Minnesota BONUS CONSIDERATIONS
offers the beauty of tower-
ing bluffs, twin lakes, and
the beautiful Mississippi CHECK-IN/CHECK-OUT
River. Winona is in the midst Check-in will be at Maria Hall on Sunday from 1-3 p.m. At 3:30 p.m.,
of southern Minnesota’s orientation will begin for all campers. Check-out will be Saturday, prior
most popular vacation to your camper’s exhibition game. Please come and watch the action!
lands, and is noted in
Reader’s Digest as one of TRANSPORTATION
the nation’s Top 10 most scenic sightseeing areas. Winona is a great Peak Performance Hockey Camps will pick-up and drop-off campers
place for your family vacation! flying into Winona, Minnesota and La Crosse, Wisconsin. We will also
provide transportation for players using the Amtrak Train service or
Greyhound Bus service into Winona. PRIOR ARRANGEMENTS ARE
ACCOMMODATIONS REQUIRED.

All boarding campers will be staying at Maria Hall, a Winona State


FAMILY AND GROUP DISCOUNTS
Families with two or more youth players participating will receive a
University dormitory. This setting will allow a camper to have sole
$75 discount. Special group discounts are available. A group
use of a cafeteria and swimming pool within the same dormitory.
discount packet is available upon request. All groups must regis-
This facility also provides you with comfortable rooms, tennis
ter using this packet. Call for details. Discounts apply to fami-
courts, soccer fields, video room, fitness center, pro shop and movie
lies or groups registering by May 1, 2010.
lounge.
Campers will have sole use of the Bud King Ice Arena. This means SUPERVISION
each camper will be able to keep their hockey equipment at the 24 hour supervision is provided for all camp participants. PPHC camp
arena at all times for their convenience. The Bud King Ice Arena is counselors and instructors reside in the dormitories with the students
located just five minutes from Maria Hall. Campers will be taking a creating a unique situation of 24 hour availability to the students.
shuttle to and from the ice arena.
SATURDAY STAYOVER
For the convenience of our hockey campers, we will allow campers
MEALS to come in a day early or stay over an extra day for a cost of $80 per
person. This fee will include lodging, meals, supervision, and activi-
ties. PRIOR ARRANGEMENTS ARE REQUIRED.
All boarding students will
receive three well-balanced
meals from the Winona State ACCIDENT SICKNESS INSURANCE
University meal program. A Each camper must have his/her own insurance. Please provide this
variety of menu choices are information on your confirmation packet health form. Players with
available at each meal. Eat like special medical needs should speak with our medical staff upon arrival.
a champion!

CANCELLATION
PRO SHOP / CONCESSION STAND INSURANCE POLICY ✭ REGISTER
With Cancellation Insurance WORRY-FREE
The Peak Performance Pro ($40 fee): Receive a full cash
Shop is located in the Maria refund prior to May 15, 2010.
Hall Dormitories for our Cancellations after May 15, 2010 will receive a full letter of
campers’ convenience. We credit. Cancellations within 14 days of camp session will receive
offer all the basic camp a letter of credit less $100.
necessities from sticks and Without Cancellation Insurance: Cancellations prior to May 15,
blades to tape and laces. 2010 will receive a cash refund less 25%. Cancellations after
This unique pro shop also May 15, 2009 will receive a letter of credit less 25%. Cancellations
offers a full line of camp within 14 days of camp session will receive no refund.
apparel and souvenirs. Our
concession stand offers If you get sick or are injured while at camp, you will receive
snacks, warm foods and 50% of the unused portion of your camp fees in a letter of
beverages. credit for a 2011 camp session.
W
elcome to the 2010 Peak Performance Hockey Camps!
For seventeen years, we have been dedicated to pro-
viding a hockey camp environment that has proven to
be challenging, educational, and enjoyable! Our objec-
tive is to ensure that each
participant has an opportuni-
ty to learn how to improve EXPERIENCE THE POWER!
their individual skills and to
leave camp with a game plan Feel the force! Train like the professionals train with our over-speed
for enhanced skills develop- and resistance training equipment. We are committed to helping you
ment. We are family-owned advance your skills to the next level, and with our newly designed
and operated, and take pride
training programs you will improve. You will not find a speed program
in knowing that our cus-
tomers receive a first-class utilizing our advanced speed and power programs. The fastest way to
hockey camp experience. The get the edge on your competition is at the Peak Performance Hockey
window of opportunity for Camps in 2010!
skills development is now
upon your child. We look forward to providing the skills training to
help take your child to the next level of play!
– Bob and Lisa Montrose

WHY SKILLS TRAINING?


In a game, an average player has the puck on
his stick for only 20-30 seconds. Hardly
enough time to feel the puck, let alone
develop any hockey skills. As far as skat-
ing, he will be on the ice for an average
of 12-14 minutes in a one hour game.
Make the smart choice this summer.
Games alone will not get it done. Choose
to develop your individual skills! ON-ICE TRAINING
Great players know ... it takes training!
Peak Performance Hockey Camps prides itself in this area. We offer
each camper six hours of ice time each day. This part of the day will
PLAYER DEVELOPMENT be used to teach Player and Team Player Development Skills.

Our Player Development Program consists of


power skating, stick-handling, passing, power
shooting, scoring, speed and agility training,
and creative confidence sessions. Peak
Performance staff members will be ready to
assist each player by showing the proper
form for each skill by demonstration
and by using video analysis. Each
player will leave this program with
the knowledge of how and why
they must master these skills.

TEAM PLAYER DEVELOPMENT


As we all know, hockey is a great team sport. Our Team Player
Development Program will show the importance of team play and
how to utilize each player on your team. With thorough instruction OFF-ICE TRAINING
from our staff, each player will leave this program understanding
the importance of each position on the ice. Each player will learn This program will teach several
offensive, defensive, neutral zone, and breakout strategies. A team different off-ice training meth-
player will make it to the next level! ods. Quickness and agility ses-
sions, plyometrics, and aerobic
training will be emphasized.
The Highest Standards In The Hockey Camp Business Power Shooting techniques
for developing accuracy and
• 24-Hour Supervision and Medical Care velocity will be stressed. Peak
Performance staff members
• State Inspected Housing and Dining Program
will be training right along with each camper. Players will also work
• Experienced, Professionally-Trained Skills Instructors and on concentration techniques and personal motivation training.
Counselor Staff
• Emphasis on Individual Hockey Skills Training and Individual
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PLAYER/PARENT CAMPS
Our Player/Parent Camps are uniquely set
up to include Mom or Dad in the on and off
ice activities as well as the recreation
events. Mom or Dad will enjoy this outing
while enhancing their skills and knowledge
of the game and will have the opportunity
to scrimmage in our late night staff games.
These camps have limited enrollment and
always fill up fast.
Parents attending the player/parent camp
can participate as much or as little as they
choose. Some parents are active in the
training sessions while others choose to
GIRLS & WOMEN’S CAMPS
take note of the training techniques. The option is yours!
The Peak Performance
From some of our parent campers: Hockey Camps have rec-
“The week of hockey, swimming, and fishing ognized the demand for
with my son is the highlight of our summer.” quality training designed
specifically for female
- Mike Carroll, New York City, NY
hockey players and have
“A super hockey camp setting. The entire experience was first rate.” structured our on and
- Jay Silverman, St. Louis, MO off-ice training to meet
these needs. The success
“PPHC offers the best of both worlds—learning hockey and of our Girls and Women’s
spending a week with a great roommate, my son.” Camps will continue to
- Joe Cornicelli, Ann Arbor, MI grow in the summer of 2010!
“Your staff and instructors are terrific.
You should feel very good about the
people who represent your camp.”
- John Rawlings, Warson Woods, MO S A M P L E
DAILY SCHEDULE

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REASONS TO PICK
PEAK PERFORMANCE
SU ND AY
1:00 – 3:00 p.m.
3:30 – 4:00 p.m.
4:00 – 5:00 p.m.
5:00 – 5:30 p.m.
5:30 – 6:00 p.m.
6:30 – 10:00 p.m.
Check-in
Orientation
Open Recreation
Group Meeting
Dinner
Open Hockey
Open Recreation/Movies
10:30 – 11:00 p.m. Bed Prep JUST FOR
1 Six Hours of Ice Time Daily: 11:00 p.m. Lights Out
GOALIES
* Two, one-and-a-half hours of M ON DAY - FR ID AY
instruction 6:15 – 6:25 a.m.
* One hour of controlled game play. Wake Up Goaltenders attending PPHC
6:30 – 7:00 a.m. Breakfast
* Two hours of open hockey/one on 7:15 – 8:00 a.m. will follow the same dynam-
Dryland/Circuit Training
one sessions 8:00 – 8:40 a.m. Break ic training schedule as all
8:40 – 10:10 a.m. On Ice Training other players. We accept
2 Limited Class Sizes 10:10 – 10:45 a.m. Break
four goaltenders per session
10:45 – 11:45 p.m. Power Shooting
3 Dryland and Fitness Training 11:45 – 12:15 p.m.
12:20 – 1:00 p.m.
Lunch and our goalie coaches will
Video Classroom provide individual goaltend-
4 Off-Ice Power Shooting Instruction 1:00 – 1:40 p.m.
1:40 – 3:10 p.m.
Break
ing instruction. Goaltenders
On Ice Training
5 First Rate Housing and Dining; 3:15 – 4:45 p.m. Recreation will receive a report card
5:00 – 5:30 p.m. Dinner
Winona State University 6:00 – 7:00 p.m.
evaluation with tips to help
Nightly On Ice Scrimmage
7:30 – 10:30 p.m. Optional: Open Hockey/
improve their game!
6 Outstanding Recreation Activities Open Recreation/Movies/Videos
10:30 – 11:00 p.m. Bed Prep
7 Sole Use of Bud King Ice Arena 11:00 p.m. Lights Out
8 Overspeed & Resistance Training SATU RD AY
Experienced Professional 7:30 – 8:00 a.m.
9 8:00 – 8:30 a.m.
Breakfast
Clean Rooms/Check Out
Instructors 9:15 – 10:15 a.m. On Ice Games/Awards Ceremony
10:30 a.m. Depart
10 Special Goalie Rate
(sample represents one of three
schedules weekly)
11 Classroom Sessions
12 Report Card Evaluation

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P
eak Performance Hockey Camps has a philosophy that if
the environment is enjoyable and fun, then you will be
ready to train at 100%. We offer many different types of
recreational activities to accommodate each camper. You will
also be using Winona State’s swimming pool, gym, weight
room and tennis courts. Enjoy the overall camp experience!

T
he Peak Performance Hockey Camps are THE BEST because
of our staff! We offer 24 hour supervision by highly trained
staff members who genuinely care about each camper as an
individual.
Our skills instructors are selected for their ability to teach individual
skills, their knowledge of the game, and most importantly, they can
communicate and connect with the hockey campers.
Our counselors are mature, responsible individuals who go the extra
mile to ensure full participation and enjoyment.

HOME ICE

Students will undergo their on-ice training at the Bud King Ice Arena
in Winona and will be housed at Maria Hall. These two facilities will
give each camper the opportunity to train at the maximum level.
Peak Performance Hockey Camps provides the best possible
hockey training, as well as other activities to ensure campers enjoy-
ment and full involvement. We offer players the best facilities and
instruction to challenge them to take the first step to the next level.

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T
he choices are endless, but
your child wants to go away
to a summer hockey camp.
How do you choose from all the
hockey camps available? What
makes one better than the other?
It's a tough decision, so do your
homework! For seventeen years,
the Peak Performance Hockey
Camps have been recognized as the
leader in hockey skills development camps.
PPHC is proud to have a consistent record of proven success in
training hockey players to reach outside of their comfort zone
without limitations. We help break down the walls and allow
each individual to discover how far they can push themselves.
Our students master the fundamentals and learn how to
apply them to hockey with success. They leave our program
with the tools to accelerate their game and maximize their
potential.

MY KIDS ADORE PEAK! THEY CONTINUALLY TALK ABOUT HOW FUN


AND CHALLENGING IT IS, AND HOW MUCH THEY LOVE THE STAFF! YOU
CERTAINLY HAVE PUT TOGETHER A WINNING COMBINATION! THANKS FOR
MAKING PEAK A PLACE THEY LOVE TO TRAIN! — KELLE ROLFES • DES MOINES, IOWA

Six hours of ice time each day. 34 outstanding staff members.


6 We take the time and have the time 34 A staff hand-selected and
to teach you properly! professionally trained to serve
your hockey needs!
Three hours of off-ice training and
3 classroom each day. You’ll learn the
latest off-ice training techniques!
1ST Comprehensive Orientation.
Before camp even begins, you
will become well acclimated with
the camp facilities, activities and
Outstanding Winona State staff.
WSU facilities provide a unique and
complete hockey camp experience. Report card evaluation. You
• Housing, dining, fitness center,
A+ will leave camp understanding
your strengths and weaknesses
swimming pool, recreation center,
and leave with a written
and classrooms all under one roof!
evaluation to help
• Entire hockey camp staff resides in improve your game!
same facilities as campers – get to
know your coaches!
Unmatched value.

24
24-hour supervision
and security.
$ Going away to a quality
hockey camp is expen-
Our number one sive. Spend your money
priority is your safety wisely! We offer more
and well being! for your dollar than any
other hockey camp! Outstanding facilities, first class staff,
proven training and skills development program.

WIN A FREE CAMP SESSION!


JUST VISIT THE HOTTEST HOCKEY WEBSITE: www.peakhockey.com
3 EASY WAYS TO REGISTER
• Internet: www.peakhockey.com
Camper’s Full Name __________________________________________ (registration by fax or internet
• Fax: 1-800-345-7235 requires a credit card payment)
• Mail: PPHC PHONE REGISTRATIONS AND
Address ____________________________________________________ RESERVATIONS WILL NOT BE
P.O. Box 1156
Winona, MN 55987 ACCEPTED
City ____________________________State_____ Zip Code_________

MITE & (PARENT OPTIONAL) CAMP


Home Phone (____) ___________ Work Phone (____) ____________ (AGE APPROXIMATION. 5-8 YRS) ................................................................$1,170
❑ JULY 4-10 ❑ JULY 11-17
E-mail (required)____________________________________________________________
SQUIRT & (PARENT OPTIONAL) CAMP
(AGE APPROXIMATION. 8-10 YRS) ................................................................$1,170
/ /
Date of Birth __________________________ Age ________ Gender __________ ❑ JUNE 27 - JULY 3 ❑ JULY 4-10 ❑ JULY 11-17
PEEWEE & (PARENT OPTIONAL) CAMP
Parents’ Names ______________________________________________ (AGE APPROXIMATION. 10-12 YEARS) .................................................................$1,170
❑ JUNE 27 - JULY 3 ❑ JULY 4-10 ❑ JULY 11-17
Roommate Requested ________________________________________ BANTAM & (PARENT OPTIONAL) CAMP (AGE APPROX. 12-14 YRS)................$1,170
Please note that the size that you circle will be the size that you receive upon ❑ JUNE 27 - JULY 3
check-in. Parents who attend camp will also receive a jersey. SQUIRT CAMP (AGE APPROXIMATION 8-10 YRS).......................................$845
❑ JUNE 20-26 ❑ JUNE 27 - JULY 3 ❑ JULY 4-10
❑ JULY 11-17 ❑ JULY 25-31
Jersey Size (Circle One): YOUTH S M L
PEEWEE CAMP (AGE APPROXIMATION 10-12 YEARS) ..............................$845
ADULT S M L XL ❑ JUNE 20-26 ❑ JUNE 27 - JULY 3 ❑ JULY 4-10
❑ JULY 11-17 ❑ JULY 18-24 ❑ JULY 25-31
Insurance Carrier ____________________________________________ ❑ AUG. 1-7
BANTAM CAMP (AGE APPROXIMATION 12-14 YEARS) .............................$845
Policy Number ______________________________________________ ❑ JUNE 20-26 ❑ JUNE 27 - JULY 3 ❑ JULY 25-31
❑ AUG. 1-7
PARENTAL CONSENT FORM: I have read the brochure and application and agree to the terms and MIDGET / H.S. CAMP (AGE APPROXIMATION. 14-16 YEARS) .....................$845
conditions herein. I certify that the questions on the application have been answered correctly. I here- ❑ AUG. 1-7
by give my consent for my child to participate in the programs operated by Peak Performance Hockey
GIRLS CAMP ..................................................................................................$845
Camps and/or its proprietors. I further agree that Peak Performance Hockey Camps will not be held
❑ (12 & UNDER) JULY 18-24 ❑ (13 & ABOVE) JULY 18-24
responsible for any accidents, injury or loss, however caused, during the hockey school session attend-
ed by my child. This is also my written permission to have my child admitted, and attended to, for med-
ical or dental treatment in case of sickness or injury. ❑ CHECK HERE FOR NON-BOARDING ........................................................$725
❑ GOALTENDER RATE..................................................................................$695
❑ GOALTENDER RATE FOR NON-BOARDING .............................................$575
❑ TRANSPORTATION FEE (per person).........................................................$55
(Signature of Parent/Guardian) (Date)
❑ SATURDAY STAY-OVER PLAN (per person) ..............................................$90

Upon registration, you will receive a confirmation packet by email ❑ PARENT RATE (can add a parent to any session) ..................................$325

complete with your camp session details, a Winona area map with ❑ CANCELLATION INSURANCE POLICY ........................................................$40

driving directions, and a list of what to bring to camp. AMOUNT OF DISCOUNT (IF APPLICABLE) $

TOTAL REGISTRATION FEES $


CANCELLATION POLICY:
✭ REGISTER
AMOUNT ENCLOSED
With Cancellation Insurance ($40 fee): WORRY-FREE (50% deposit due with application, balance due May 15, 2010) $
(Applications submitted after April 15, 2010 must be paid in full)
Receive a full cash refund prior to May 15, 2010.
Cancellations after May 15, 2010 will receive a full letter of credit. Cancellations CHOOSE YOUR METHOD OF PAYMENT:
within 14 days of camp session will receive a letter of credit less $100.
CHECK ❐ VISA ❐ MC ❐ DISCOVER ❐
Without Cancellation Insurance: Cancellations prior to May 15, 2010 will
receive a cash refund less 25%. Cancellations after May 15, 2010 will receive a
letter of credit less 25%. Cancellations within 14 days of camp session will Credit Card
Card #:
receive no refund. (13 or 16 Digits)

MO YR

If you get sick or are injured while at camp, you will receive 50% of the unused Expiration Total
Date: Enclosed: $ __________________ Signature __________________________________
portion of your camp fees in a letter of credit for a 2011 camp session.
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