2014 NW Elite Speed Camp
Make Sure To Register Early and Check Out Live Camp Videos Below. Space is available for 60 Athletes.
Speed Camp Footage
Dates: 3/1, 3/8, 3/15, 3/22
Location: 2 Locations: Lake Washington High School. Kirkland, HS. Located 3 minutes of I-405 in Kirkland. & Archbishop Murhy HS in Everett.
Space is Limited and Will Be Limited to The First 60 Athletes That Register.
$120 (Game) Full Speed Camp- (All 4-Two Hour Sessions) We Highly Recommend Registering for the “Full Camp” to Take Advantage of Custom Speed Camp Program.
$35/ Quarter (Each Speed Camp 2 Hour Session)
Having our kids work with Donny is a huge reason why we are able to be so successful, especially this year when everyone counted us out.
- Bellevue Football Head Coach Butch Goncharoff
Who Does Donny Work With?
David Decastro NFL
Colin Cole NFL
- Bellevue Football ’08, ’09, ’10, ’11 State Champions
- Bellevue Wolverine Football
- Bellevue Select Basketball
- Skyline Basketball ’09 Kinco Champions
- Cooper Pueller University of Washinton Football
- Cory Hutsen – Seattle Pacific University Basketball Conference Freshmen Player of the Year
- Evan Day – Eastern Washington Football
- Colin Dresser – UCLA Tennis
- Noah Keats – UW Football
- Peter Nguyen – Montana Football
- Kamden Warren – Montana Football
- Marcus Henry – ’10 All state Football Playing for Boise State
- Mike Foreman – ’10 All State Football
- Kendrick Van Ackren ’10 All State Football Playing for University of Hawaii
- Elan Richard Idaho Football
- O’Brien Baseball Program
- Jake Eldercamp University of Washington Football
- Tyler Hasty Oregon State University Football
- Sean Constantine UW commit
- Myles Jack UCLA commit
- Budda Baker Offered by UCLA
- Ben Pliska University of Michigan Football
Speed Camp Participants go through a comprehensive speed and Explosiveness Training. Student-Athletes will be trained by the NW Elite Speed and Strength Staff Led by Donny Mateaki. Donny brings cutting edge training programs utilized by numerous athletes preparing for the NFL Combine and competing at the highest level.
I grew up in Honolulu Hawaii, attending Iolani High School. As an athlete who played football, basketball, and track, it was football that I really excelled in. I was blessed to receive many honors in these sports, and it was during this time that I discovered my love for working out.
I accepted an offer to play football for the University of Washington, and redshirted my first year (2002), due to a shoulder injury. I played my redshirt freshmen year and saw my first start half way through the season. I earned 2nd team Freshmen All American honors during this time, and faced a handful of trials due to injury in the coming years.
Although I was lucky to start in my position throughout all of my years at the U.W, I found that my athleticism had decreased tremendously. My upper and lower body lost a lot of strength, while my speed and vertical seemed to drop as well. After finishing my career there, I spent much of my time researching and experimenting to determine why and how this happened. As someone who has been so passionate about constant improvement in athleticism, I didn’t want anyone to go through my experience, thus helping those that I work with to get faster, stronger, quicker and never revert backwards.
Although I work with a wide variety of clientele, I have been working with athletes for nearly three years now and have helped my clients to achieve amazing results. I apply many of the same work ethics on those who are trying to achieve weight loss or maintain weight, as those who are training for their athletic endeavors. Fitness and strength training is my passion. It is not simply the element of working hard, but also being intelligent about the kind of work that is done, which will gain us the success we want to achieve.
I focus on a series of issues that help us determine together, the needs that are to be met. Beginning with weakness, moving into technique, and then further examining strength, gives both the client and I a firm foundation for training. Helping athletes to get faster and stronger is the goal we will meet, but a key component to this, is their attitude. Attitude is everything, and we will always draw back to the level of intensity and energy that they need to bring to every workout, practice and game to get the most out of their athletic experience.