Sports Camps & Clinics

Sports Excel Camp

Sports Excel is an introductory strength training program designed for junior high and high school athletes. The students meet three days a week for an hour for six weeks. During this time they will be supervised by a certified athletic trainer and strength and conditioning specialist who will design a lifting program specialized to the needs of each individual based on the sports that they participate in. Proper lifting techniques are taught and enforced to ensure the safety of each athlete.  Call 563-387-3031 for upcoming dates.

SPEED Camp

SPEED is a speed and agility program designed for junior high and high school athletes. The students meet for one hour sessions, two days a week for six weeks. During this time they are supervised by a certified athletic trainer and strength and conditioning specialist who designs a speed program specialized to the needs of each individual based on their chosen sports. Proper technique is taught and enforced to gain maximal potential. The athletes are put through agility and over-speed drills to help with footwork and quickness on the field.  Call 563-387-3031 for upcoming dates.

Saturday Sports Injury Clinic

Winneshiek Medical Center covers six area high schools, and during the fall sports season each year, we provide a free Saturday sports clinic to all our high schools. Any athlete who may be injured or needs care is welcome. You will be seen by a certified athletic trainer who will evaluate the injury and decide the best course of action to get you back out onto the field safely and quickly. This clinic is open from 9-11 am at the Rehabilitation and Sports Medicine Clinic at Winneshiek Medical Center.

Sports Screens

Athletes who are getting ready for the upcoming school year and are having their yearly physical should stop by the Rehabilitation and Sports Medicine Clinic at Winneshiek Medical Center for a free sports screen. A certified athletic trainer will screen you for flexibility and strength deficiencies so that you are able to work on these issues to help prevent injury during competition. We prefer to see you prior to your appointment so we are able to communicate any issues to your doctor.

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