About Excel Basketball Camp
At Excel Basketball Camp you can expect:
Camp Begins each day with 8 Fundamental Learning Stations. Each camper rotates through Learning Stations gaining maximum repetitions on a wide variety of basketball skills
Each camper’s shot is videotaped and Coach Allocco will personally review their technique in a 1 on 1 Session with the camper. Campers will take notes on Coach’s commments as he dissects their shot teaching the BLESH technique that he created here at Excel.
Each camper will compete in one on one competition against children in their own age group, developing one on one skills while preparing for the Camp one on one championships on Friday. Campers also compete for Camp Free Throw Champion Awards in each age division. Each camper will also play in 2 “League Games” each day.
Motivational, Lifeskills Learning Sessions
Coaches meet with the campers each day providing motivational stories, anecdotes to guide players toward becoming the best people they can possibly be.
Organization, Efficient Use of Camp Time
Camp is “up and running” on Monday by 9:05 each day. Campers are organized and ready to go, able to maximize every second of camp. There is no “down time.” From games to lectures to free throws to dribble series to ballhandling, fast break activities, a comprehensive day, designed to enhance each second to allow your child to improve.
The Excel Family is constantly teaching, inspiring and motivating players to become the best they can be. Camp Directors, Coach Brian Sullivan and Frank Allocco, Jr in California; and Coach Art Cattano and Coach Gregg Allocco in New Jersey, bring a wealth of experience and commitment to kids. Most of the Coaches are “Excel Alumni” who bring their passion to camp each day.
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