High school sports are becoming more and more competitive.
If your son or daughter wants more practice time with a specific goal in mind, they should consider attending a camp whose main focus is on training that will take the athlete from good to great.
Speed camps are known for improving both speed and agility, while also improving upon core strength and leg power. But these camps also help to build confidence and teach kids how to minimize the potential for injuries.
Strength training camps provide an athlete the ability to strengthen their entire body. But, they are also an excellent opportunity for an athlete to improve their balance and coordination while focusing on flexibility and increasing range of motion.
These all work together to create a complete athlete.
Whether it is a speed camp or a strength training camp, make sure the one you choose for your young athlete also excels in education regarding injury preventing and proper nutrition.
Knowledge is power and it is the athlete who is smart about working out who will rise to the top, stay free of injury and be in optimal shape.