Boarding – July 14-18
|AAA HOCKEY BATTLE CAMP||$1,899||Sign Up Now|
|DEFENSE W/ JEFF||$1,899||Sign Up Now|
|GOALIE HOCKEY CAMP||$1,899||Sign Up Now|
|EUROPEAN MICRO SKILLS||$1,899||Sign Up Now|
|1V1 PRIVATE COACHING||$3,999||Sign Up Now|
Commuters – July 14-18, 2023
|AAA HOCKEY BATTLE CAMP||$799||Sign Up Now|
|DEFENSE W/ JEFF||$799||Sign Up Now|
|GOALIE HOCKEY CAMP||$799||Sign Up Now|
|EUROPEAN MICRO SKILLS||$799||Sign Up Now|
Frequently Asked Questions
What age/skill are our camps for?
6- 17 years old for ALL camps (Players are grouped by age and ability)
What does a typical full – day camp itinerary look like?
*Camps vary, however you can view a sample itinerary
What is Battle Camp?
Battle camp is for forwards and defense. While this is labeled a battle camp, it also encompasses an abundance of edgework, speed, agility, shooting, stick handling and game situational play. You will leave faster, smarter, stronger.
We specialize in every drill being fast-paced and ending with a second 1-1 battle.
Have more questions? Schedule a meeting with a Pro Ambitions Coach.
- Dorms, Dining Hall and Campus Beautiful at Carrol University
- 4 hours of on ice hockey instruction daily at Mullet Center Rink
- Dry land hockey specific training
- Morning ice session all skill development
- Afternoon ice hockey session is where all skills applied to The Battle Camp Game Situational Curriculum
- Sport Psychologist and Navy Seal Lecture
Just wanted to follow up with you.
I didn’t get a chance to chat with you at Hartland.
I wanted to Thank you and your team for the great job they did in both Hartland WI. and Middleton.
I have been putting my son in about as many camps as I can.
The result from those camps are all over the place.
Some of them are barely more than daycare on ice.
Too many kids and not enough coaches.
Coaches that actually want to provide feedback to the kids at the right time helping the kid to make the correct decision/technique.
At one camp I watched a trainer run a station with their back towards the kid running the station the whole time and they had no idea if they were doing it correctly or not.
Many of them were not. No feedback. The kids learned nothing.
In Hartland I talked with coach Jeff from Wyoming (I think) He had a 9yo son named Blake at the camp.
I really liked his style. He kept things moving and the kids in line. But always stayed positive with them and wanted them to have fun….even while making them do push ups
I talked with several others throughout the week. All very helpful and seemed to want to help the kids get better.
I had a 1 on 1 coach in Hartland for my son (Frank). He did great. Provided feedback/advice in real time in most of the drills.
He kept it fun.
This was exactly what I was looking for and I think my son did get a lot from it.
Improved stickhandling, Shooting and skating.
Full Hockey Equipment- Neck guard is optional but highly recommended
Helmet/face mask, shoulder pads, elbow pads, shin guards, pants, cup and garter shorts, skates clothing to wear under your gear, mouth guard, gloves, water bottle, tape, hockey socks, street hockey stick (goalies you can borrow somebodies stick if you don’t have an old goalie stick)
Other items to bring to boarding hockey battle camp:
- Water bottle labeled with your name – Mandatory.
- Linens XL Twin, pillows, blankets, towels (Not required for resort camps)
- Bathing suit
- Sneakers (Proper running shoes for Dry Land Training).
- Full hockey equipment including neck guard for goalies and mouth piece
- Name on front of hockey helmet
- 2 hockey sticks & 1 street hockey stick (any kind, goalies included)
- Medications in the original container with instructions for medical staff
- Fan (Not required for resort camps)
- Alarm Clock
- Extra spending money ($100 recommended for emergencies, additional activities and snacks. All money may be deposited in the camper’s “bank” at check in and will be distributed by the coaches as needed. Pro Ambitions is not responsible for any money that is kept by the camper).
- Optional – Cell phone, refrigerator (Pro Ambitions Boarding Hockey Camp is not responsible for any lost valuable items. Down time for electronics use is minimal at camp)