Sports Camps provide children with opportunities to learn new sports and develop their skills. Half-day and full-day sports camps available. Half-day campers receive morning instruction and guided practice from experienced athletes, including professional instructors, college players, and high school athletes. Full-day campers receive the same daily morning instruction along with afternoon scrimmages or other fun camp activities like swimming. Camps include:
- Baseball. Campers develop skills in pitching, fielding, catching and hitting through practice drills and scrimmages.
- Basketball. Participants learn the rules of basketball and develop skills such as dribbling, passing and shooting through practice drills and scrimmages.
- Bowling. Campers travel to Mason Bowl to learn about scoring and technique while bowling practice games.
- Dodgeball. Participants learn the rules of dodge ball as well as several variations of the game through practice drills and games.
- Floor Hockey. Participants learn the rules of floor hockey and develop skills in passing and shooting through practice drills and games. Shin guards recommended.
- Football. Campers learn the rules of football and develop various skills and fundamentals through practice drills and scrimmages.
- Futsal. Participants learn about this form of indoor soccer that demands quick reflexes, fast thinking and pinpoint passing. Futsal is played with a special low-bounce ball, requiring players to use skill to propel it. The morning futsal is lead by Dave Woeste from Dave Woeste Soccer School.
- Girl’s Recreational Volleyball. Campers learn the game of volleyball and develop skills in passing, setting and serving through practice drills and games.
- Golf. Participants travel to Southwest Golf Ranch or Harmon Golf course to learn the fundamentals of golf and proper swing technique. Clubs are available but campers can bring their own.
- KIDzFIT. Campers rotate through fitness activities including spinning, KidzStrive circuit training, aerobics and more!
- Lacrosse. Participants learn the game of lacrosse and develop stick skills such as cradling, checking and passing through practice drills and scrimmages.
- Soccer Camp. Campers learn the rules of soccer and develop skills in ball handling and kicking through practice drills and scrimmages.
- Sports Challenge. Campers participate in a different sport throughout the week, including flag football, kickball, Wiffle® Ball, wallyball, floor hockey, and ultimate Frisbee®.
- Tae Kwon Do. Participants learn a Korean-style martial art that specializes in kicking skills. Emphasis is placed on overall self improvement, self control and discipline as well as physical fitness, self defense, balance, flexibility and strength. Professional black belt Master Kim and instructors from the I.K. Kim Tae Kwon Do Centers run the morning program while afternoons are filled with other fun camp activites.
- Tennis. Campers learn the rules of tennis and develop skills in forehand, backhand and serving through practice drills and games. Includes a field trip to the tennis tournament at the Lindner Family Tennis Center.
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