City of Charleston Recreation is partnering with Soccer Shots for these week-long camps designed for girls and boys to develop the fundamental techniques of soccer in a fun, learning environment. Rain make-up day on Friday of camp week if necessary.
Pro PBA Baseball Camp ProPerformance Athletics will teach the fundamentals of fielding, catching, throwing, hitting, and base running in a fun, positive environment. Rain make-up day on Friday of camp week if necessary.
Join Soccer Shots for a six-week summer soccer clinic that will run on Tuesday and Thursday evenings. This is geared towards new and experienced players who want to learn and continue to sharpen their skills over the summer months. Clinics will go through skills and drills training as well as small-sided scrimmages.
Players will be able to keep their skills fresh over the summer by participating in this Tuesday night clinic. The clinic will be run by ProPerformance Athletics and will focus on the fundamentals of catching, throwing, hitting, and base running.
Activities will focus on improving speed, technique, stamina, and stability to enhance athletic performance and improve sport-specific skills. The assistant director of strength and conditioning at the Citadel will be instructing this camp.
Family Fit Fun Join us on Tuesdays & Thursdays at Hampton Park for a family fitness adventure. The evening’s activities include running games and drills, light strength training exercises, and of course, family versus family competition. We require one parent/guardian to be involved in all games and exercises. One member of your family must be between the required ages, and after that, anyone can participate.
Activities will focus on improving speed, technique, strength, stamina, and stability to enhance athletic performance and improve sports specific skills. The assistant director of strength and conditioning at the Citadel will instruct this camp.
The first hour will focus on speed, agility, explosiveness, and raw strength. The second hour will consist of skill development, and the last hour will involve scrimmage play. Participants will be divided into smaller age groups, and then separated onto different fields to ensure social distancing and allow more age-specific drills and games. This camp is led by Chris Richardson.