Make the best of your summer, close to the heart of the city!
Ten minutes drive from downtown Boston, located in the beautiful Fresh Pond of Cambridge, Olympia Fencing Center is opening its doors, every summer, to all fencing aficionados.
Our Fencing Camp for beginners became increasingly popular over the years, offering daily options and a decent price.
Our summer camps are strategically formulated for age groups and fencing skills, combining training and conditioning with fencing workshops and games.
Boys and girls, ages 6 to 18, of any fencing levels, are welcome to sign up and get ready to thrust and lunge your way to fitness, while improving your posture, problem solving skills, eye/hand coordination and sharpen your mind!
Every Friday we are running a weekly tournament to show off what you learned, followed by a pizza party where everyone can exchange email addresses, plan future visits, sign up for other events /offers at Olympia Fencing Center.
Every child brings home a t shirt and lots of fun memories.
Prices start from $60.00/day with a 10% sibling discount.
Registration will be open starting May 2015, on askfred.com
Summer Fencing Camp for advanced fencers is an intensive training camp for competitive fencers.
The daily schedule starts with a morning run to the close by Fresh Pond or Danehy Field, warming up and conditioning, followed by drills, target practice, tactical bouting and more customized training, for a total body workout. The day will end with personalized one on one with the head coach, video discussion and customized exercise planning.
Registration Forms and Medical Release will be available for download, starting May 2015.
Email: email@example.com, for more details.
Our summer camps will run for a total of six weeks, three weeks for each level (beginner or advanced).
A minimum of 8 registered children required for each camp in order to be held.
A nonrefundable $50.00 deposit fee is required, unless the camp is cancelled.
Our full day camps run from 9 to 3 with up to two hours free extension for those that need to be picked up later in the day.
What to bring:
• Lunch pack, two snacks (we encourage fruits), water bottle.
We have a fairly large fridge that kids can use, make sure your lunch is marked up with your child’s name.
• Shorts, long pants, sneakers.
Long pants are mandatory during bouting, shorts can be worn for stretching, foot work and games.
• Your fencing gear (for the beginners or those that don’t have one, this will be provided by the club).
• Extra t shirt – we are going to take it out in the park, sweat a little or more – might want to change after.
• Your happy face! Frowns are not allowed in the club – we’ll make sure that won’t happen!
Example Schedule day camp:
9:00 – 10:00 Welcome, warm up, foot work, plyometrics.
10:00 – 11:00 Target practice, drills, blade work (every other day we’ll have outdoors activities)
11:00 – 12:00 Structured bouting
12:00 – 1:00 Lunch
1:00 – 2:00 Open fencing
2:00 – 3:00 Fencing Masters, video analysis
Medications during camps
We strongly recommend parents of those that need prescription or over the counter medication to administer them to the children prior to coming to camp. We will not accept any sort of medication on the club grounds (inhalers are ok).
Let us know if your child has any allergies – we take your child safety seriously.
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