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ONE DAY HIGH SCHOOL SKILLS CAMPS
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MORE INFO ON WHAT OUR SKILLS CAMPS LOOK LIKE:
Quick Handle Ball Handling Program
We will include online streaming access to our Quick Handle Ball Handling program ($40 value) for every player who attends the clinic. More info on that program HERE.
FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS:
Our Skills Camps are typically for grades 9-12. For camps in smaller communities, grades are usually 7-12.
Yes, camps can be Co-Ed. In smaller communities, they often are Co-Ed.
We don't have a minimum or maximum as far as attendance goes. We've run camps with as few as 6 players and as many as 70 players - it's more about player to basket ratio. We strive for no more than 8 players per basket. That way we're able to keep players moving and engaged and avoid lines and standing around.
Yes, to inquire about rates and availability for a multi-day camp, please contact us.
Yes, some high school programs will host a youth camp the day before or after their high school skills camp. Others will split a one day camp and go 2.5 hours for their high school program and 2.5 hours for their youth program. If interested in having us work with your youth program, please contact us.
WHAT COACHES HAVE TO SAY:
“Pure Intensity Basketball is an exceptional skills development program. Their attention to detail and passion for the game are second to none. I would highly recommend Pure Intensity to anyone wanting to take their game to the next level.”
“I love the way Daniel breaks the individual skills down as well as challenges each participant to get outside of their comfort level and improve through failure. They work hard, make mistakes and learn in the process.”
“Danny utilizes challenging drills that focus on every detail, coupled with effective teaching techniques to enable the players to reach their potential sooner and more consistently. He cares about player improvement and getting players to work hard to be their best.”
“Danny came to our school for two hours of skill development. I was impressed to the point of trying to immediately schedule another session. I have watched a lot of basketball training and Danny does the best I have seen. Quite simply the girls improved dramatically in a short amount of time.”