YMCA Silver Spring Sports Camps | YMCA DC

YMCA Silver Spring Sports Camps

ARCHERY

YMCA Archery Camp is led by USA Archery certified instructors. This target archery program is for the beginner to intermediate archer primarily focusing on safety, stance and grip, aim. We spend the first day of every session orienting campers to safety rules and expectations. Throughout the week we will work on our form and accuracy following a progression of games-based practice sessions.

BALLET/MODERN

This introductory camp ballet/modern promotes coordination, balance, correct body alignment, and grace. This class is a fun introduction to dance for young students. Comfortable clothes needed that allow for freedom of movement. Campers get approximately 2 hours of instruction daily mixed in with group games, arts, & crafts and everything else children love about camp! Parents are invited to a Friday showcase each session to see what our ballerinas learned throughout the week.

BASKETBALL

Campers will spend part of the day learning and practicing basketball fundamentals: dribbling, shooting, passing, fast breaks, ball handling, and the importance of teamwork. Each day campers will scrimmage.

CHEER & STEP

Campers will spend the day in a high-energy environment for aspiring cheerleaders and steppers. Campers learn fun, fast-paced routines and cheers while gaining increased confidence and self-esteem.

DANCE

Dance camp is appropriate for all levels and incorporates step learning and then integration into more complex dance moves. Dance camp helps experienced dancers as well as those who are new to dance deepen their understanding and choreography. By learning about dance techniques, choreography and methodology, campers will be able to put on a small dance show on Friday afternoons for the camp and parents!

FLAG FOOTBALL

All the fun of football without the worry of contact. Campers will learn the fundamentals and improve skills in the morning while scrimmaging and making new friends in the afternoon.

JAZZ DANCE

This fun camp is appropriate for all levels and incorporates step learning and then integration into dance moves. Jazz camp helps experienced dancers as well as those who are new to dance deepen their understanding of Jazz. By learning about jazz dance techniques, choreography and methodology, campers will be able to put on a small dance show on Friday afternoons for the camp and parents.

SOCCER

Soccer camp will allow campers to take their dribbling, passing, shooting to a new level. Teamwork and strategies on how best to play as well as introduce fun new versions of this sport. Activities include individual foot skills, technical drills, tactical practices, small-sided games and coached scrimmages. Please bring cleats and shin guards.

SPORTS FESTIVAL

Lace up those sneakers, put on your shorts; it’s time to have a ball with an assortment of sports. We’ve got the FUNdamentals of your favorite sports covered in this safe, pressure-free arena, so come on in and try them out!

T-BALL

Learn the basics of baseball and softball with the Y’s T-Ball camp. The program gives your children the skills they will need to enjoy the sport for a lifetime! Your child will learn how to throw, catch, field and hit correctly, and the positions of the game.

TENNIS (RED – AGES 5-7)

Players learn basic technique and accuracy while developing athletic skills in a fun environment. Players use racquets sized for small hands and, while playing on a small court, use slower balls that are easier to hit, building confidence in their game.

TENNIS (ORANGE -AGES 8-10)

Players develop stroke technique and court coverage and will improve shot pace, spin, height, and depth by increasing racquet-head speed. Players will also focus on their service and return game by developing greater serve spin, power, and control while learning to better read the opponent’s serve.

TENNIS (GREEN-AGES 11-12)

Using a rally based curriculum, players will learn how to properly position themselves to hit ground strokes and volleys with tactical purpose. Players will refine footwork patterns, awareness, and spin mechanics on both the serve and ground strokes. Players will be better able to execute patterns of play, vary the spin and depth of their shots, and select the correct footwork pattern to strike the ball using their “weapon” to exploit weaknesses in their opponent’s game.

TENNIS (YELLOW-AGES 13+)

Players learn to build an athletic base while teaching the fundamentals necessary to serve, rally and score using a play based curriculum. This class focuses on developing sending and receiving skills, sound footwork and racquet mechanics. Players learn how to properly position themselves to execute ground strokes and volleys with a purpose.

YOGA

Learn the art of being mindful. Lessons include stretches and poses that strengthen the mind and body. Each day is designed with different positions in mind. Wear comfortable clothing that allows for freedom of expression.

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