Youth Athletic Development Camp

“Good habits formed at youth make all the difference.” -Aristotle

Flow’s Athletic Development Camp is designed to expose youth athletes to the benefits of a holistic training program through EDUCATION, PRACTICE, INSPIRATION and FUN.  The camp will be limited to 12 participants and a maximum ratio of 6:1 which provides a small group environment and ensures hands on development.  Our goal is to provide each athlete with the tools and motivation to create and implement their own “off the field” program. This camp is appropriate for athletes of all ability levels (regardless of sport) who desire to maximize their athleticism and establish habits towards a healthy lifestyle.

Location:  Flow Fitness Fremont (710 N 34th St)

Days:  Monday-Friday

Time:  9am-12pm

Weeks: August 16th (Ages 15-17) and 23rd (Ages 12-14)

Cost:  $200

Each 3-hour session will consist of:

Education (60 min/day)

  • Fundamentals of Strength and Conditioning
  • Injury reduction with GO Physical Therapy
  • Why Mobility and Flexibility will make you a better athlete
  • How to develop 1st step quickness, breakaway speed, and game changing agility
  • How to be a more powerful and explosive athlete

Practice (75 min / day)

  • Learn proper form and technique
  • Introduction to strength training
  • Train for speed, agility and quickness
  • Enhance mobility and flexibility

Inspiration (Guest speakers)

  • “How training can give you an edge on the field” with Rosie White of OL Reign
  • “ACL Injury Reduction” with GO PT

Fun (30 hours/ day)

  • Games, competitions and teambuilding

Brian Sutton – Camp Coordinator

Brian has developed and implemented training programs for athletes of all ages and abilities including athletes from the NFL, NBA, WNBA, NHL, USTA, USOC, MLS and NCAA. Brian’s tenure includes the position of strength and conditioning coach for Hockey East powerhouse UMASS-Amherst (Division I), American International College (Division II), Springfield College (Division III), and for world renowned strength and conditioning coach Mike Boyle. Prior to relocating to Seattle, Brian co-founded Lifestyle Integrated Fitness Training (L.I.F.T), which is currently the New York based training facility for high school athletes, many of whom continued their athletic careers in college. Most recently, Brian was the Director of Athletic Development for FORCE10 Performance in Redmond, WA and worked with athletes from the Seattle Storm, Crossfire FC, and Seattle Thunderbirds.

In addition to athlete programming and training, Brian has been a featured speaker for the United States Tennis Association (USTA) and various sports organizations on athletic performance topics. Brian received his master’s degree in exercise science from Springfield College and holds certifications from the National Strength and Conditioning Association (NSCA). Brian continues to utilize his experience, passion, and knowledge to meet the specific needs of the Flow Fitness community.

Jeremy Stewart – Camp Coordinator

Jeremy is the Director of Fitness for Flow Fitness and received his Bachelor’s degree in Exercise Science from the University of Montana and is a certified personal trainer, corrective exercise specialist and performance exercise specialist through the National Academy of Sports Medicine.  

Prior to working at Flow, Jeremy in physical therapy clinics working to help restore athletes to playing shape and at a collegiate level strength and conditioning gym helping athletes improve their abilities off the field.  As lifelong soccer player and high school coach, Jeremy has helped players improve on and off the field. All of these experiences have helped Jeremy become the coach he is today, and he looks forward to helping others optimize their movement systems. 

Rachael Wicklund – Camp Trainer

Rachael is an experienced strength and conditioning coach who is passionate about foundational movement and total body health. She received her degree in exercise science from Seattle Pacific University and is a Certified Strength and Conditioning Specialist (C.S.C.S.) through the National Strength and Conditioning Association.

Rachael gained coaching experience through multiple different internships while completing her undergraduate degree. She spent time as a coaching intern within the Olympic strength and conditioning program at the University of Washington where she worked with many different sports including men’s and women’s rowing, tennis, golf, soccer, softball, baseball and sprinting. Additionally, she spent time at Ballard High School as an assistant strength and conditioning coach to most sports teams. Both of these experiences were foundational in developing her passion and understanding of coaching young athletes.

Bleu Perez – Camp Trainer

Bleu is an experienced personal trainer and running coach who is passionate about health and fitness. He received his degree in kinesiology from Pierce College and attended Seattle University, where he majored in sports and exercises science. 

Bleu has experience in at physical therapy clinics and gyms before becoming a personal trainer at Flow Fitness. Bleu is a professional track & field athlete specializing in sprinting events and has competed at numerous competitions including the Track and Field World Championships and has coached sprinters at the collegiate level. Bleu specializes in strength training, athletic development and injury prevention and strives to bring the best out of each person.  

Guest Speakers

Rosie White – OL Reign

Born in Auckland, New Zealand, White played collegiate soccer at UCLA where she totaled 17 goals, 12 assists and 46 points from 2011 to 2014. After playing for the Liverpool Ladies during the 2015 and 2016 seasons, White signed with the Boston Breakers of the NWSL. She made 22 appearances for the team and scored 4 goals. Ahead of the 2018 season, the Boston Breakers ceased operations and White signed with the Chicago Red Stars. White took a break from the NWSL in 2019 to prepare for the FIFA Women’s World Cup with the New Zealand national team. After the World Cup, White returned to the NWSL and signed with the OL Reign where she currently plays.

White began her international career at the age of 15, representing New Zealand at the under-17 and under-20 levels. In 2009, White made her senior debut on the New Zealand Women’s National Team and has since competed in three World Cup tournaments and the 2016 Summer Olympics.

GO Physical Therapy

GO PT is a Seattle physical therapy sports and orthopedic rehab clinic, with locations in South Lake Union and Fremont. They have 50+ years of collective clinical experience and incorporate a combination of hands-on techniques and personalized therapeutic exercises to help their patients achieve their goals.  GO PT is the physical therapy partner of Seattle Celtic soccer club.


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