Enter the world of summer camps. Summer camps, especially sports specific summer camps develop an athletes basic skills and fundamentals. Where it all starts. But some kids need more then the basics and fundamentals, because most summer camps are very short in time, and if the child doesn’t practice what they learned it goes for naught.
I’m sure you remember all of your middle school algebra like the back of your hand.
Most summer camps take any takers willing to put up the registration fee— good athletes or bad. But why not lead them into a program that creates the best possible athlete possible.
‘If you are weak you are slow, and not a good athlete and you will probably be spending most of your time on the bench,’ says Jason Yun, owner of Athletic Revolution-Hilliard. ‘We focus on getting our athletes stronger everyday because we know that translates into every athletic attribute on and off the field.’
Athletic Revolution-Hilliard is a youth sports training facility that works with kids from 8-13 and 14-24 year olds. Helping to create the best possible athlete possible.
You can check out their article on summer camps and whether it is worth it for your athlete or if what they really need is a longer-term strength and conditioning program:
For more info on Athletic Revolution-Hilliard or to register for your free 2-week trial visit the website at http://www.athleticrevolutionhilliard.com, or contact Jason Yun at 614-304-1426, firstname.lastname@example.org