Grit Camp - Summer sports camp designed to develop
Mental, Physical, and Emotional resilience in young people
Grit Camp is a summer sports camp designed to develop mental, physical, and emotional resilience in young people. As mental performance coaches, we draw on our decades of entrepreneurial and athletic experience to teach kids life and success principles that will help them lead a happy and healthy life. Our teaching tool is through field and court sports as well as calisthenics (i.e. basketball, flag football, soccer, agility training, etc). One of the best parts of our camp is our carefully curated roster of counselors that include several male and female D1 athletes in a variety of sports. With over a dozen counselors each week, we have plenty of hands on deck to challenge and engage your kids regardless of their athletic prowess. Our core DNA can be summed up in our GRIT CREED which we teach through example, practice and structured play, daily movie and video instruction, and guest speakers including college and professional athletes and coaches.
Grit has been proven to be the most important factor in determining future success, and we believe every child has the ability to develop it. Developing and maintaining grit is a daily practice based on implementing the right habits, skills, and attitude. Our program is designed to help identify and provide the necessary attention while teaching your child how to manage their emotions, be positive, perform confidently, and be leaders through their actions and words.
Regardless of their preferred sport, we believe in the importance of cross training and implementing simple techniques that help them learn how to overcome any obstacle that comes their way, in sports or in life. With individualized coaching and instruction, we take your child from where they are now and help them build on that foundation.
Our camp runs 5 days a week from 8:45 am (drop off starts) to 2 pm for 8 weeks in June and July 2022
Registration is now open!
See below for our Summer 2022 schedule