OHL PREP CAMP INVITATIONAL

Our OHL Combine Prep Camp is designed to prepare elite hockey players for this year's OHL Combine.

EACH OF OUR TOP PERFORMERS FROM LAST YEAR'S CAMP WERE DRAFTED TO THE OHL.


PROGRAM FEATURES

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ON & OFF-ICE TESTING

This year we have invited The Park™ to assist in each athlete's athletic assessments using the same methods and equipment as used at the OHL Combine.

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POST-WORKOUT MEALS

Meals prepared by Andre (Andy) Muto -  Wellness Chef dedicated to providing Fresh Natural Food Offerings to professional athletes and people in minor sports.

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GUEST SPEAKERS

We've got an exciting lineup of speakers scheduled this year. Check back soon for a full list of guests.


SPECIAL GUESTS

 
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RYAN SMYTH | THE PARK™

Ryan Smyth worked in television broadcasting for 15 years (including his role as senior technical director at The Sports Network) before launching his sports science technology company, The Park Sports Facility, Inc.. The Park provides sports organizations and elite training facilities with the tools and technical support necessary to run a smooth and highly functioning sports science platform. Some of the organizations The Park has worked with include the Ontario Hockey League, the Anaheim Ducks, and several high-performance gyms across Ontario. 


ANDREW MUTO

Andrew (Andy) Muto is a special guest presenter for TPA who is a Wellness Chef dedicated to providing Fresh Natural Food Offerings to professional athletes and people in minor sports. Included in these groups are notable athletes from the NHL, NBA, Canadian Olympic Teams, Minor Hockey Leagues, Community Basketball & Soccer Leagues and Marathon Runners.

As a Food Educator, he inspires people from all walks of life through Intimate & Interactive Food Demonstrations by simplifying loads of information into practical recipes that people can actually use, eating smart, balanced and simple foods every day.  


DATE: march 10, 2018

COST: $249 + HST

register by: march 1, 2018