Mini-Camps (G. 3-11)
Grade 3-11 Mini-Camp
A 4 hour skill development and team training experience.
How are grade 3-11 mini-camps structured?
- 2 hours - skill development, athletic movement and motions training
- 1 hour - break, team bonding, snacks/drinks + instructional time for transition and offensive/defensive concepts
- 1 hour - small-side games, transition play, team concepts
Why mini-camps instead of individual practices?
Team Bonding - The mini-camp structure allows for additional team bonding time during break. This will help our young players develop relationships with their teammates and enhance team chemistry.
Higher Level of Focus - When our teams are training, we want there to be 100% focus on getting better and growing as a team. A mini-camp structure allows players the appropriate amount of time to settle into the training environment.
Simplify Transportation Needs - We understand how busy family schedules can get. The goal is to make the transportation life easier for families. Fewer trips to training = more time for family, friends & other activities.
More Opportunities for Development - The mini-camp structure allows our coaches to accomplish more from an instructional standpoint. Additional time in between practices provides our coaches with an opportunity to review skills, motions and team concepts.