Track and Field Camp

Track and Field Camp


July 14-17, 2014


$355 for non-housing -- $465 with housing



Join the BYU Cougars for track and field training you won't forget. The vast experience and expertise of the entire BYU track and field coaching staff make this camp an outstanding event! Receive instruction in your specific event: sprints, high jump, long jump, triple jump, shot put, discus, javelin, hurdles, and pole vault.  Note:  If you're looking for instruction for Middle and Long distance events such as the 800 meter, mile, and 3200 meter you should sign up for theCross Country/Distance Running Camp.

You will develop training guidelines, learn the elements of competitive psychology and imaging, acquire a working knowledge of nutrition and conditioning and increase your performance through coach feedback.

Whether you're a beginning runner or an advanced competitor, you will benefit from the detailed training specifics such as correct leg configuration, proper training stance, personal training techniques, specific equipment needs and professional conditioning training-details that make the ribbon-breaking difference.

Open to any individual that meets age requirement.


  • Receive instruction from BYU's coaching staff
  • Develop skills in your specific event
  • Develop training guidelines using the camp training booklet
  • Improve your performance through time trials and competitions
  • Improve your form through analysis of training films
  • Learn the elements of imaging, nutrition and conditioning for your own event

Special Features

  • Individualized instruction
  • Training in your event
  • Camp training booklet
  • Conditioning and weight training
  • Classroom theory
  • Image visualization and psychological preparation
  • Camp T-shirt
  • Great campus recreation for housing participants
  • Breakfast, lunch, and dinner provided for housing participants; lunch provided for non-housing participants
Track and Field Camp Info Packet100.33 KB


BYU Sports Camps are open to any and all entrants, limited only by age, gender, and space in the camp.