Team Sports Camps
Dig Deeper. Play Harder.
What are Team Sports Camps?
Team Sports Camps create successful teams by challenging individual student-athletes physically, mentally and spiritually. We teach students that integrity, character and leadership are fundamental to becoming an athlete worthy of the trust and respect of their Team.
What began as a weekend get-away for 8 players from West High in Bakersfield has become a Central Valley phenomenon. Currently, more than 20 teams from Frazier Park to Monterey participate in Football Team Sports Camps each year. Since 2004, thirteen of our alumni teams have appeared in CIF Championship games, earning 10 CIF titles.
A fresh perspective: Old habits and new challenges can often be overcome with the help of a fresh take. And it doesn’t get much fresher than 365 acres on the shores of a mile-high mountain lake in Sequoia National Forest.
Multiple practice fields and private team campfires provide coaches with ample opportunities to evaluate and invest in their teams. High altitude training and team building initiatives equip students to leave this mountain stronger—individually and as a TEAM.
Values: A team who has earned one another’s respect and trust through the demonstration of integrity, character and leadership is more than the sum of its parts. It’s a force to be reckoned with.
Drawing on decades of experience in challenging young people to grow physically, mentally and spiritually, we’ve crafted a program that effectively teaches the core values of integrity, character and leadership. Once applied, these core values transform a group of athletes into a winning TEAM.
Pro Staff and Facilities
Less Work, More Team: We don’t run a skills camp. You can get that anywhere. What we provide is a location void of distractions, highly experienced staff, and facilities that get the most out of training and recreation.
With activities, meals, and team building initiatives taken care of, coaches and their staff are free to focus on training, drills, and most important, building relationships with their athletes.
Overcoming Obstacles: Team initiatives provide a new context in which strengths and weaknesses can be assessed. The more unique and challenging a particular obstacle is, the more a team lets their guard down and opens up to new ideas, strategies and solutions.
Trust and respect are built through effective communication and encouragement as teams conquer each new challenge. And coaches have the invaluable opportunity to observe team dynamics, identify natural leaders and provide positive reinforcement.