You don’t have to be a National Camp or Collegiate player to train like one
Join our 10-week Competitive High-Performance training for only $15/week. Training begins in November!
Then, maximize your 10-week training by joining our camp in person in Oak Ridge, NC December 12th & 13th!
For a limited time, pay 1/2 now and 1/2 in 30 days for Options 2-4 below!
All players will be trained in the latest high-performance training methods and translate the skills they’ve learned to games and skills competitions on the last day.
Captain Elite Bashes have been great for Caleb and very different than other camps he has attended. What I find extremely valuable is not just the explanation of how to do something but more the importance of understanding why you do it. Having the mix between time on the ball and time in the classroom has been fantastic for our son. Captain Elite has motivated him to continue to strive to be the best that he can be. He always looks forward to what’s next with Captain Elite and loves attending the Bashes!
My daughter participated in the 10-week competitive training program for close control dribbling. It saved substantial driving time and costs, yet created a competitive environment with the demonstration videos, measurement, and scoreboards that pushed her to pursue a new personal best each week. Elsa has high aspirations in soccer. Your process is well researched. It taught her that she has a lot of control over how to become her best. She’s looking forward to achieving college level 3 in all programs. My younger son is now on-board after watching Elsa have a blast getting better in 2 programs.
My daughter and her teammate trained over the winter doing the 10-week close dribbling training session. 10 weeks is a long time to 12 year olds and the metric-based system kept them engaged the whole time. It showed them progress (which they loved) and gave them something to try and beat. Not each other but themselves so they were easily able to support each other’s victories. They trained 4 days a week for most weeks coming close to 6 hours a week for 10 weeks. Their touch and ball control has dramatically improved. What has increased most to me and is so hard to measure is their confidence. Both girls after having watched them in the tournament this past weekend look much more confident on the ball. Both girls are wanting to do another 10-week program which to me matters more than anything.
The 10-week competitive training and the National Bash Camp helped me improve my footwork and technique on the ball. It helped me have more confidence on the ball. It also helped me in the offseason to train and get better. As I continued the program my skills and scores improved tremendously.
Topics covered at our December Bash Camp are:
* Develop the big three fundamental skills of dribbling, 1st touch & passing, and striking
* Apply these three fundamentals to mastering defensive & attacking 1v1’s
* Continue the progression by learning pressure-cover-balance in 4v4’s
* Apply all these newly-minted skills in games up to full-sided
* College Coach Q&A on any topic
* Proof of better player development from rec to national players
* Motivation and goal pursuit
* How to keep training when it feels like you should quit and when to know it’s time to quit