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Affiliations & Partnerships
Elkhorn Athletic Association
Elkhorn Training Camp has formed a strategic relationship with Elkhorn Athletic Association, a nonprofit organization providing over 2,500 athletes with the opportunity to participate in youth baseball, softball, football, and basketball. Commencing in January 2017, Elkhorn Athletic Association has selected the Elkhorn Training Camp as its home base for the indoor training of its youth athletes. As one of the fastest growing youth athletic organizations in the Midwest, Elkhorn Athletic Association was looking for a long-term strategic partner to serve its indoor training needs. The partnership with Elkhorn Training Camp has fulfilled that need.
The Xplosive Edge
The Xplosive Edge is a training facility in Omaha, NE, that’s been helping athletes for over ten years. We help athletes reach their highest potential of performance while making safety and well-being a top priority. Our atmosphere is competitive, exciting, and motivational! Our staff is made up of professional coaches, sports nutritionists, and other health professionals. We teach proper nutritional fueling tactics, reduce athletes’ chances of sport injuries, and increase performance. We offer a number programs for adults, teens, and children, as well as semi-pro and professional athletes. We work with volleyball and football clubs in the area. Whether you’re a high school volleyball player, a professional hockey player, or want to get your body to its highest performance potential, we can help.
Elkhorn Soccer Club
Elkhorn Soccer Club works with Elkhorn Training Camp. With more than 1,900 kids participating annually, Elkhorn Soccer Club has become the second largest club in Nebraska. Elkhorn Training Camp is able to provide a facility to serve this fast growing organization. Rob Herringer, Executive Director of the Elkhorn Soccer Club, “We’re running out of space for what we’d like to do going forward, and we need to have facilities that reflect the professional nature of this club.” Specifically, Elkhorn Soccer Club’s youth teams will be utilizing our premier outdoor field turf area for games and practices between the months of April and October.
— Elkhorn Soccer Club (@ElkhornSoccer) January 14, 2017