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High school coaches like nothing more than seeing their players come into camp in shape. Well, at Peak Performance co-owned by Eric Short and Kevin Lizotte, that's the exact goal during the annual Fall Conditioning Camp. "We tell them that this isn't a punishment, this camp is designed to get them back into shape," said Short, who is the Lunenburg/Ayer ice hockey head coach. "We're looking for motivated kids that are looking to better themselves before the high school season." The conditioning camp is broken into two sessions. Session1 will run from Nov. 14-18, and Session 2 will be held Nov. 21-26 -- both at the Wallace Civic Center at Fitchburg State University. The cost is $180 for one session or $325 for both. The camp offers intense on- and off-ice work with the goal of getting players in shape before the official start of the winter high school season on Nov. 28. "For the kids that have time before the season to do camps, it gives them a huge advantage coming into the season," Short said. "They can work on getting in shape, getting their skating legs back and their hands back. They'll be ready to go on the first day of practice." This season, Peak Performance also added to its already outstanding coaching staff with the additions of Dean Fuller (Fitchburg State University), Jim Conry (St. Bernard's), Chris Kyne (Leominster), Marc Berube (Gardner girls' co-op team) and Steve Lowney (Fitchburg). Players can also expect to see the familiar faces of coaches Eric and Trevor Short, Lizotte and Cory Beaulac. "This year we've got some new faces along with our experienced staff," Eric Short said. "We wanted to add more variety to our coaching staff to try and draw on the experience of our coaches and add some new drills." The two hours of off-ice work per session should also greatly benefit campers throughout the rigorous season. "It's designed to help players get into shape, but it also teaches them different drills and off-ice training that they can do on their own during the season," Eric Short said. The camp began in 2005, and Eric Short said it has been well received by players from across North Central Mass. "Every kid that's been a part of this before has felt like they got a lot out of this camp," Eric Short said.

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