Live your archery dream at a JOAD Camp this summer!
Junior Olympic Archery Development (JOAD) Camps are designed to introduce archers to the National Training System and provide archers an opportunity to interact with an Elite coaching staff and other archers who are also dedicated to taking the "next step" as competitors.
During the camp archers will learn and practice:
The National Training System (NTS) shot cycle and shooting form
Learn and complete goal setting exercises
Learn how to better prepare for tournaments
Undergo extensive video analysis and critiquing by Regional and Elite Coaches
Learn advanced training and practice techniques that they can use at home
The goals of the JOAD Camps are to raise each attending archer's level of expertise so that they will be better prepared for tournament competition, teach training techniques that will reinforce the lessons learned at camp and to instill in each archer the confidence they need to train for and perform better at any level of competition. JOAD Camps are a great learning experience for any archer that is looking to better their skill sets.
The cost of the camp is $300.00. Archers are responsible for their own transportation and lodging costs. It is recommended that all traveling archers and parents stay at the host hotel, but it is not mandatory.
Click here for Frequently Asked Questions about JOAD Camps.
Click here for a general JOAD Camp daily schedule. Please note the schedule is meant to be an outline and may undergo changes.
Click here to view the JOAD Camp schedule and register online.
The cost to attend a JOAD Camp is $300. Registrants must be members of a current, USA Archery-registered JOAD club to attend a Camp. Archers are responsible for their own transportation and lodging costs. It is recommended that all traveling archers and parents stay at the host hotel, but it is not mandatory.
For more information, please contact Outreach Program Coordinator Jon Taylor via email: firstname.lastname@example.org