As more and more people continue to pursue freeskiing it has become increasingly difficult to get an edge on the competition scene. Progresh, an all new camp launching this spring, is here to help. Located in Colorado's Front Range—an ideal locale with the nearby mountains as a training ground—Progresh aims to provide a unique action sports experience for athletes of all skill levels. Whether you snowboard, ski, skateboard, BMX or tumble, Progresh is here to help you hone your skills and take you to the next level.
Progresh will offer week-long summer camps as well as year round, holiday and weekday camps giving riders a plethora of options to best suit their schedules. With a low coach-to-camper ratio, campers ages 6 and up will be able to progress their skills to the next level within a safe environment that fosters a positive vibe. Once campers are done with their training they will have plenty of options to hang out with friends: From trips to local skate parks (the Denver area has some of the best) to rock climbing, water parks and a ton of outdoor spots to visit, there's never a dull moment.
Drop-in sessions will also be available. Athletes 8 and up will experience the same great coaching and facilities everyone enjoys with the freedom to design their own training program.
Once you're within the Progresh system you'll be able to take advantage of their multiple classes and focus on improving your all around riding. These classes run 8 weeks, allowing for strategic skill progression. For a real one-on-one coaching platform, private training is also available.
When it comes to training equipment these guys have it on lock. They sport Olympic grade string beds, a 15' x 43' spring floor with Palmer springs, various tumbling mats, still bars, isometric training equipment and a twisting belt tumbling system that will get you flipping in no time.
When you're ready to jump on your skis, board, what have you, Progresh will have you dropping in on their synthetic snow jump which is situated alongside their rail and jib park—which features an interchangeable rail system so things are always fresh. If that's not enough, the 10-foot cliff drop, padded synthetic snow surface and 7-foot landing pit will help you build the confidence you need to take your tricks to the snow.
If you're a skater, Progresh will have you dropping in on their big air jump in no time. Their Flow Park rocks a 5-foot bowl, spine, vert wall and 4-foot mini ramp. If that's not your thing, the street course has more features you can dream of with various rails, ledge, banks and quarter pipes.
Progresh opens up this spring so head over to their Facebook page for more info and get in on the action.