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Looking to keep your kids active and healthy, while building educational and nutritional independence? The COR Kids Athletic Development Program (KADP) is currently taking applicants for the 2013 summer program.

Designed specifically for athletes aged 9 – 14, this 7-week program facilitates athletic development, through evidence-based educational and motivational programs.  Unlike other summer camps, the COR KADP provides fun, practical, educational tools to teach kids why activity and nutrition are essential for optimal sports performance and health. All participants must bring a sack lunch, water, shorts, beach towel, t-shirt, and gym shoes. Each session includes two complimentary nutritional snacks and all participants who complete the 7-week program receive a complimentary COR t-shirt!

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2014 Schedule

June 16th – 20th Balance and Coordination Warm-up
June 23rd – 26th Exercise Technique and Biomechanics Nutrition
July 7th – July 10th Lower Body Fundamentals Injury Prevention
July 14th – 17th Upper Body Fundamentals Types of Training
July 21st – 24th Recovery and Core Recovery, Sleep and Life Balance
August 4th – 7th Speed/Agility Body Systems
August 11th – 14th  Aerobic Development Motivation/Building Character

Example Daily Summer Camp Schedule
  • 11:00 am Check in and Nutritional Snack (provided)
  • 11:15 am Comprehensive Dynamic Warm-Up
  • 11:30 am Introduce Workout of the Day (WOD)
  • 11:45 am Workouts
  • 12:30 pm Confidence Building and Self-Evaluation
  • 12:45 pm Lunch/Water/Educational Session
  • 1:30 pm Refocus on WOD
  • 2:00 pm Educational Review
  • 2:20 pm Cool Down
  • 2:40 pm Snack (provided) and Wrap-up
  • 3:00 pm Check out and pick-up
COR KADP is located at 2625 Patricia Drive Santa Clara, CA 95051.


“Thank you again for the DRY-LAND TRAINING offered by COR to our daughter since she started the personalized dry-land with you last September of 2012. At first we just want her to have dry-land with you to reduce the risk of swimming related injuries but we observed that she started to develop exceptional start, stroke and turn techniques through increased strength and flexibility. And the last one we notice with our daughter is her Dry- Land training with COR that enhance her self confidence. We believe that the dry side of the physical curriculum is of COR is just as important as the wet side. COR’s huge contribution of our daughter’s success in swimming: Her dream to be in the TOP 10 NATIONAL AGE GROUP RANKING IN LONG COURSE( 11, she train hard and now she achieve some of her goals.”
 -Cynthia Oliva, mother of Nicole Oliva