Alan Stein’s Cutting Edge Reaction, Quickness, and Agility Basketball Camp


by Matthew Allinson 07-20-2009 02:42 PM

Alan Stein, who is an expert contributor here on The Real Athlete Blog and a renown basketball-specific certified strength and conditioning specialist, will be holding a Basketball Summer Camp, presented by One on One Basketball Training, in August.  Alan is someone that I really admire and consider to be one of the top trainers in the basketball world.  If you attend his camp, you cannot only expect to improve your game, but Alan will also teach you how to improve as a person.  I would highly recommend any camp or event that Alan is hosting.

Check out his slick and nicely-designed camp flyer and be sure to register before it fills up.  And trust me... they will fill up fast!
 
General details for the camp are as follows:

Location:      Discovery Sports Center

18031 Central Park Circle

Boyds, MD 20841

 

Dates:            August 24-26, 2009


Session I:     Boys & girls ages 9-12 years old

9:00am-12:00pm

 

Session II:    Boys & girls 13 years old and older

2:00pm-5:00pm

 

Cost:              Only $179.00 ($199.00 includes a DVD)

 

Space is limited to the first 50 players who sign up in each session! Spots will go fast!
 
For more information, you can email Alan at alan@strongerteam.com.

Published 07-20-2009 © 2020 Access Athletes, LLC


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