Speed and Agility Youth Athlete Summer Camp

Speed and Agility Youth Athlete Summer Camp

Ideal for Field & Court Sports

This camp is perfect for those people looking to unlock greater speed and explosive power to drastically improve their game day potential.

Train under the guidance of Precision Athletica’s elite coaches and end the program being able to out jump, out run and out perform your competition.

WHEN: January
TIME: 9am-11am daily
VENUE: Precision Athletica
AGE: Designed for 13-18 years of age


This program will run through January:

  • Week 1: Wed 4th & Fri 6th
  • Week 2: Mon 9th & Wed 11th
  • Week 3: Mon 16th & Wed 18th
  • Week 4: Mon 28th & Wed 25th

Find Your Edge: 

Groups will run on Mondays and Wednesdays with the exception on Week 1 which will be Wednesday/Friday. All sessions combining:

  • Indoor age appropriate Gym based work
  • Outdoor Speed and Agility training

Enrolment numbers will be limited to ensure ample coach-to-player time, and high quality outcomes for all participants.

Gym Based Sessions:

This phase of the program will have a focus on force production and absorption, improving the athletes ability to jump and land, build resilient muscles that can withstand the demands of sport and reduce injury risks, as well as targeting both linear and multi-directional movement patterns.

Conditioning Work:

An area that can prove the difference between winning and losing matches, we aim to develop the players stamina to be able to compete for longer, whilst also making them more explosive in one on ones, sprints and turning actions.

The program is suited to all levels of youth athletes and will combine fundamentals as well as some sport specific components to best prepare the athlete.


  • 4 week block in January – $350 per person
To discuss your child’s suitability, the program in more detail and to secure a place on it, please contact our Coach Jackson Williams by email below or by calling the centre on: 02 9764 5787
Jackson Williams Sydney Strength Coach

Jackson Williams

After playing a wide range of sports growing up, Jackson found his passion in both Tennis and Basketball.

Having played at a National level for Tennis, and Representative level for Basketball, he understands the physical and mental demands of such sports and therefore the importance of incorporating a multi-faceted Strength & Conditioning (S&C) program in order to improve overall performance. One of Jackson’s passions (which includes playing the drums) is Long Term Athletic Development (LTAD).

Having initially worked as a Tennis Coach, he saw the need for youth to engage in structured Strength & Conditioning programs to gain that competitive edge, which sparked his own private Strength & Conditioning service.

Jackson has also worked within the GPS system, having a combined 3yrs experience at The King’s School  and Sydney Grammar School.

Additionally, he undertook a Strength & Conditioning internship with the championship winning Sydney King’s Basketball Team last year (2021/22).

Shona O’Connell-Shea

Growing up on the South Coast, Shona played a variety of sports with a huge passion for Basketball and Soccer. After Relocating to Sydney for University to study Exercise Science, she developed an understanding for the importance of high performance and the impact it has on the physical preparation of the athlete in and out of competition.

With a coaching background in Rugby League (Women’s, Mens), Premier League Netball, and Basketball. The last 5 years have been spent at Wests Tigers as Head of Performance for the Women’s Department. Coaching hundreds of female athletes, she has seen the work that needs to be implemented in ensuring that our up and coming female athletes are prepared both mentally and physically for Elite competition and prevention of injury.

Now specialising in Female Athletes, she hopes to help create a change in how we approach and deliver High Performance programs to Athletes and Coaches to ensure we increase performance, educate and assist them into becoming the best athlete they can be before they reach an elite program.

Shona O'Connell-Shea strength and conditioning
Nils Hestermann Sydney Strength Coach

Nils Hestermann

With a background in professional European football, Nils has committed his life after his playing career to a more specific application of performance.

His passion for functionality and movement efficiency, coupled with an approach to improving strength and power, has become a career grounded in continually improving his athletes.

Nils has worked throughout Europe, Asia and Australia, learning about different cultures, training systems and sports. He believes that combining mindset, nutrition, movement and recovery will help to improve each individual athletes overall performance, not just making them better in the sport they participate in but also developing a strong mentality to take on challenges in life.

He is the co-founder of 360 Athlete and the former Head of Strength and Conditioning for the AC Milan Soccer School and Western Sydney Wanderers Women’s Football in Australia.