Lakeland Football Summer Fundamental Football Camps
Athletics - posted on 4/18/2007
The Lakeland College football staff is conducting their Second Annual Muskie Fundamental Football camps in June of 2007. The camps will be held on the last week of June at Lakeland College. Each date is designed for specific age levels.
The camp brochure is located on Lakeland College Football Camp Website
The following sessions will be offered on the following dates:
Session I (Ages 9-13)
June 25-27, 2006
9:00 a.m. - 2:30 p.m.
This camp is for athletes who are just learning the skills necessary to participate in football in a competitive manner. It will focus on techniques and fundamentals for all positions.
There will be offensive and defensive sessions to give your camper exposure to positions on each side of the ball. Instruction will also be given in punting and kicking. Basic fundamentals will be the focus of this camp.
In addition to on the field training, the campers will be introduced to basic weight training techniques and introductory film study.
Session II (Ages 8 & under)
June 28-29, 2006
9:00 a.m. - 12 p.m.
This camp is specially designed to introduce your young athlete to the game of football. The basics of football will be taught. This session will present the game of football in a fun and interesting way. The athletes will learn the basic concepts of the game through competitions and games. This is a great way to expose your child to the game of football and prepare them for a successful experience in the game.
Jim Zebrowski, the head football coach for the Muskies, will be leading the camps along with his football staff. Space is limited so register early. Please contact Coach Zebrowski at 920-565-1246 with further questions.
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