July 5-9, 2023
To be the best running camp in the nation by helping all runners have a fun and healthy experience with the sport of running.
To teach all aspects of running, leadership, team building, positive mental, emotional, and physical skills.
Free Time Activities: Kayaking, Swimming, Climbing, hiking, ultimate, spike ball, cornhole, ice cream, smoothies!
Interested in becoming a member of the staff? Applications due May 1st, 2022.
ECE works with collegiate runners/coaches, current or former professional runners, physiologists, professors. Click here to apply.
New to Virginia with over 25 years of experience nationwide!
Information that enhances coach/athlete relationships
Beautiful Dining Hall, Excellent Food
State of the Art Housing, Facilities and awesome training routes!
Form Analysis, Physiology, Mental Strategies & Biomechanics
Injury & Nutritional strategies
Open for 7th to 12th grade
NCAA Division 1, 2, and 3 College Coaches
All runs are on World Class Trails, safe roads, or excellent track facilities!
On-site at prestigious Roanoke College!
Lakes, rivers, and forests every day!
Welcoming runners from beginners to state champions all over the country.
Check-in Day: July 5th, 2023
2:00-4:00 Registration: Cregger Center
287 High St, Roanoke, VA 24153
4:00pm Meet Other Campers
4:300pm Warm-Run & Form Analysis
6:30pm Meet Staff, then meet other Campers
7:30pm Highlighted Camp Speaker & Camp Games.
7:30 Rise and get ready for breakfast
9:00 Biomechanics, warm-up, & workout
12:00 Lunch and Camp Games
2:00 Warm-up, Dynamics, Choice of Running or Hiking
7:00 Team Building, Games, Motivational Speakers
8:30 Snack Time
9:15 Dorm Activities and Get to Know Campers from other teams
Check-out Day: July 9th
8:00am Breakfast, Camp t-shirts, Camp Photos,
Final Prep for Final Workout
10:00am Final workout, Open to families/coaches of campers
11:00am Closing Ceremonies
Awesome Trails, Speakers, Facilities, Games, Adventures!!!
Learn from NCAA Coaches, Professional Runners. Learn from coaches who have set NCAA and International records, and coached professional runners. Learn from biomechanics specialists, physiologist!
Plenty of social time, fun, adventures, team activities and individual activities!
What to Bring
1 Long Sleeved Shirts
5 Pair of Underwear
5 Pair of Socks
5 Pair of Running Shorts
2 Pair of Non-Running Shorts
1 Pair of Pants/Jeans
Umbrella, Poncho, or Rain Gear
Warm-up Sweats (top & bottom)
2-3 Pair of Running Shoes
Sandals/crocks with a heal strap (no flip flops)
$30 for snacks
$ for extra swag
Mesh Bag for Dirty Clothes
Books, Cards, Games
1 set of standard twin sheets
Sleeping bag used as a blanket
1 pillow and pillow case
Not Allowed At Camp:
Cell phones (see below)
Clothing with inappropriate images/weapons/swearing
Flip Flops (can cause hip, knee, and lower leg injuries)
Cell Phones are not allowed at camp. The goal is to engage campers with the curriculum, to eliminate a liability with communication with non-camper peers or strangers that may attempt to visit a youth camp. To have the best experience possible, we are asking that all cell phones are turned in to counselors at check-in. Parents will have access to call camp for emergencies or to give information regarding pick-up.