Project Gold Training Camps
Project Gold is a 501 C3 Non Profit that focuses on helping judoka improve their winning percentage. Project Gold is led by Jimmy Pedro and Travis Stevens. Athletes & Coaches who attend camps will be able to learn a systematic approach to training which will lead to athletes winning more matches. Join us for our next camp by clicking the link below.
Is Project Gold Right For You
Remember....Champions are made not born! You only get what you put into it. Project Gold looks to get commitments from coaches and athletes alike to help give the athletes the best possible chance for success. It takes a community to win at the highest level!
If I'm new to judo can I attend?
Yes, we segment all of our sessions by skill level and our lesson plans are geared toward the skill level of the room. Our staff of professional coaches do an amazing job of developing elite level judoka as well as people with less than a year of experience.
Are kids welcome?
Absolutely! The only thing we ask is that every judoka who attends comes eager to learn. During our camps we typically have 1 to 2 sessions specifically for kids. Depending on the number of kids will break them up into two groups novice and advanced. Just to make sure each attending athlete gets the most out of it.
If I'm a competitor what benefit is there for me to attend?
Competitors have the most to gain from us. Our competition sessions are geared toward helping judoka learn how to train. Showing athletes the exact drills and skills that helped Olympic medalist Travis Stevens, Kayla Harrison, and Marti Malloy win Olympic Medals. These sessions are about us helping you get better at the judo you already do so you can win more matches!
Are coaches welcome?
Of course! Project Gold camps are about the trading of knowledge. Bringing Olympic and International judo to local areas. Coaches are welcome to put their gi on and help Project Gold staff. Project Gold staff will also work with coaches to help them see judo as they do. Pointing out things to look for in athletes, when to make corrections, and to help students make adjustments to get to desired results quicker.