Jr. Motor Skills

Category: Athletics

Overview

Motor Skills is a clinic designed to develop good hand-eye coordination and fine motor skills in young athletes. The camp will test your son’s skills and athleticism — putting him on the path towards great athletic achievement. 

Why Motor Skills?

In the camp, boys work on their reflexes and the dynamics of catching and passing. Age-appropriate games, drills, and challenges make developing these skills both fun and  rewarding. Campers build the following skills: 

  • Body Balance
  • Form Running
  • Starting, Stopping, Pivoting
  • Passing, Dribbling, Ball-Handling
  • Changes of Direction
  • Speed
  • Jumping
  • Lateral Movement

Camp Counsellors

Camp Counselors will be members of the Northridge Basketball program: Assistant Coaches and senior members of the Varsity Basketball squad. They are hardworking, knowledgeable, and carefully selected for their attentiveness to young players.

Camp Leadership

rey
  • About:

    Coach Rey has been the Athletic Director and Varsity Basketball Coach at Northridge since 2004. Drawing on his 41-year career as a NCAA Division 1 and High School coach, the Northridge varsity team has accumulated a 206-108 (.660) overall record and a 94-28 (.771) mark in conference games. In addition, Northridge teams have captured 5 IHSA Class AA Regional Championships, advanced to the state’s “Sweet 16” in 2009 and 2015, won 2 conference championships and 4 conference 2nd place finishes. Questions about the camp? You can contact Coach Rey at wrey@northridgeprep.org.

Camp fee: $135


Session 1: July 5 - July 9


Hours: 9:00 am - 10:30 am


Entering Grades: 1, 2, 3


Enrollment cap: 30


Camp location: Northridge

Scroll to Top