TAOS HIGH ALTITUDE SOCCER TRAINING

Taos High Altitude Soccer Training, Located in Historic Taos, NM at an elevation of 7000 feet

TAOS HIGH ALTITUDE SOCCER TRAINING
(Summer 2011)

Located in Historic Taos, New Mexico
Elevation 6,952'

HIGH ALTITUDE “ELITE SOCCER TRAINING” for Collegiate & Aspiring Collegiate Soccer Players
Training sessions will be conducted by the Taos High Altitude Soccer Training Staff Under the Direction of  Katlin Okamoto & Michael Hensley.

NOTE: 2011 Session I is Cancelled
2011 Session I (Advanced High School / Collegiate Level Players)
Taos High Altitude Soccer Training 2011 Session I Form Printable Flyer
Taos High Altitude Soccer Training Tentative Training Schedule Printable Flyer

Dates: Beginning Friday evening July 8 and running thru Thursday, July 14)
For more specific information: Please Contact Katlin Okamoto or Michael Hensley
Who is it for: The Collegiate & Aspiring Collegiate Athlete

2011 Session II (Elite Youth Players 95-99's)
Taos High Altitude Soccer Training 2011 Session II Form Printable Flyer
Taos High Altitude Soccer Training Tentative Training Schedule Printable Flyer

Dates: Beginning Friday afternoon July 29 and running thru Sunday, July 31)
For more specific information: Please Contact Katlin Okamoto or Michael Hensley
Who is it for: Elite youth players in the 95-99 birth years

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Mission

The Taos Center for Excellence High Altitude Training offers an opportunity for elite soccer players to engage in a week of intense training above 7000 feet.These training sessions are designed specifically for current collegiate players who are preparing for their upcoming seasons as well as elite youth players who aspire to play at the collegiate level. Technical skills training, fitness, coordination and agility will be the primary focus in preparing the serious athlete for the next level of play.Every participant should expect to be challenged mentally and physically. Athletes should come to camp with a strong training base from their collegiate or club team.While serious in nature, the sessions are equally enjoyable for all participants.  Players will also have the opportunity to explore the historic community of Taos.The session will conclude with a hike to Wheeler Peak (New Mexico’s high point at 13,161 ft.). Lungs, calves and quads will feel the 3,000 plus vertical gain as you climb high above the famous Taos Ski Valley.

THAT Coordinators

KATLIN OKAMOTO: Assistant Coach, Smith College Soccer Program (Fall 2009-Present), Volunteer Assistant Coach: Colorado College Women’s Soccer (Fall 2008-Spring 2009), Staff Coach: Pride Soccer Club, Colorado Springs, CO (Fall 2008), Taos High School Girl’s Varsity Soccer (Fall 2007) Director of Girls Programs: Soccer Without Borders, San Francisco, CA (7/2007-1/2009) USSF “E” License. Played collegiately at Colorado College Division I Women’s Program: (2003-2007), Co-Captain (2005-2007), 2006 NCAA Tournament appearance, CC Team Rookie of the Year (2003), Division I All-Independent 2nd Team (2004), Division I All-Independent 1st Team(2005), Division I All-Academic Team (2005), Conference USA All-Academic Team Honorable Mention (2006), ESPN The Magazine’s Academic All-District 7 1st Team (2006), Laura Golden Award winner (2007).

MICHAEL HENSLEY: Twenty plus years coaching experience. Founder & director of the “Soccer Skilzs” soccer camps as well as the founder and director of the “Soccer in the Park” & “Soccer After Dark” regional soccer programs. As a coach Mr. Hensley has led teams to three 3V3 US National Championships (girls) and one 3V3 US National Champion runner up (boys). USSF National “Y” License.

CASEY TONREY: Played collegiately at Boston University Division I Men’s Program. Coaching experience includes three years as Volunteer Assistant Coach at the University of Massachusetts. In addition Mr Tonrey is currently the Taos High School Women’s soccer coach. High School Playing Experience - Played on two Massachusetts state champion teams at Duxbury High School. Member of the All New England Team in high school Holds BA in Psychology, MA in Education. Most recent accolades Old Guy - Golden Boot - TSC 8v8 at age 45.