Summer Strength and Conditioning Camp

Our Summer Camp will be game changing for those looking to prepare for their sport or achieve a high level of physical fitness.


Student athletes looking to maximize sports performance

Individuals looking to get the most out of their training and nutrition regimes for healthier physical lifestyle


July Camp

Length: 3 Weeks

Course Dates: 7/10/2023 – 7/28/2023

Monday – Friday

9:00am – 3:00pm

Cost: 1,8000.00

August Camp

Length: 3 Weeks

Course Dates: 7/31/2023 – 8/18/2023

Monday – Friday

9:00am – 3:00pm

Cost: 1,800.00

July & August Camp

Length: 6 Weeks

Course Dates: 7/10/2023 – 8/18/2023

Monday – Friday

9:00am – 3:00pm

Cost: 3,300.00

($300 off for both July & Aug enrollment)


Enhance athletic performance with daily training sessions focusing on strength, power, speed and agility

Learn how to structure your own training program for continued progress after the summer session

Optimize nutrition and daily habits for peak performance and recovery


Mark Samara

Background Education:
Bachelor of Science, Philosophy
University of Massachusetts
Amherst, Massachusetts

National Academy of Sports Medicine Certified Personal Trainer

Nutrition: Nutrient Timing for Peak Performance

CPR/AED Certification
American Heart Association

Myofu An School of Bujutsu

MA-DPL Approved Instructor
Massachusetts Division of Professional Licensur

- Mark's Story-

When I was 14 years old I wanted more than anything to make the school basketball team.  I was heartbroken when, on the last day of tryouts, I was cut from the team.  The next day I vowed that this wouldn’t happen again.  

That summer I put all my energy into a strength and conditioning program that would prepare me for any challenge I would face the next year.  Each morning, alone on the playground, I ran sprints, did pushups, chinups and jump squats until I was exhausted. 

When the next year came, I went into tryouts feeling like a well oiled machine.  I out-ran and out-jumped the other players and was ready for more while they were gasping for breath.  That tough summer training paid off when I made the official team roster.  It was one of my proudest moments because I knew that it wasn’t luck or even talent,  it was relentless hard work and proper training that got me there.  

And that’s what I want to teach you.


Week 1
Learn movement patterns and the basic lifts
Become familiar with the gym equipment
Build muscular and cardiovascular endurance
Week 2
Learn how to develop maximum strength
Build muscle that will improve performance
Interval training for a powerful cardio system
Week 3
Training for power
Sports specific speed agility and quickness
How to train like an athlete to prepare you for the upcoming season