Since January 2015, Operation Zero and the San Francisco Vikings Soccer Club have worked together to reduce the risk of injury and improve athletic performance in female youth athletes. Our partnership has provided important education and training to hundreds of SF Viking female athletes and their families.
It is with great enthusiasm that SF Vikings will host Operation Zero in summer 2017 for our second annual Speed & Agility Camp!
Camp schedules, location, cost and all additional details can be found on our Camp Registration Form. To ensure your child’s participation in this summer’s Speed & Agility Camp please complete the following steps:
Space is limited, so reserve your desired Camp Week today!
We look forward to training with you!
Speed & Agility Camp
every hero starts from zero.
Do you want to be faster on the pitch?
Are you one step slower than your opponents?
Do you sprint, stop, and change direction with proper mechanics to reduce your risk of injury?
Increase your speed, develop a more explosive first step, and improve your ability to change direction, while emphasizing proper technique to reduce injury risk.
Learn specific techniques to develop a more explosive first step, improve agility and change in direction, and increase speed.
Perform drills to refine your mechanics and technique.
Enhance your explosive strength and power.
Correct your postural weaknesses and muscle imbalances to optimize performance and protect against injury.
female athletes age 11 and older
SUMMER TRAINING SCHEDULE**
Daily Monday to Thursday
90 minutes per day
View available training weeks and times below
$139 per athlete
+1 (415) 944-9376
Currently serving: San Francisco, CA
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The information you obtain from this site is not, nor is it intended to be, medical advice. Operation Zero does not provide medical services, including but not limited to, injury diagnosis, physical therapy evaluations, treatment, and discharge planning. If you have a condition that is beyond the scope of our screening, education, and programs, we may suggest you consult a physician.