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Registration opens for Trashcan Lacrosse summer camps

Friday, 17th January 2014

Categories Boy's/Men's, Camps, Events, Youth  
 

Phillylacrosse.com, Posted 1/17/14

NXTsports’ Trashcan Lacrosse is pleased to announce its Philadelphia-area summer camps (for boys aged 7 to 14) at Episcopal Academy, Springside Chestnut Hill Academy, The George School, United Sports Training Center and Westtown School.

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Trashcan has also added national locations in Hartford, Conn. and North Shore, Park Ridge and Naperville, Ill. The Philadelphia-area summer 2014 Trashcan camps will be held at:

 Episcopal Academy, 1785 Bishop White Drive, Newtown Square, Pa. 19073 – June 23-27 and June 30-July 3.
 Springside Chestnut Hill Academy, 500 Willow Grove Avenue, Philadelphia, Pa. 19118 – July 14-18
 The George School, 1690 Newtown-Langhorne Road, Newtown, Pa. 18940 – July 21-24
 United Sports Training Center, 1426 Marshallton Thorndale Road, Downingtown, Pa. 19335 – July 21-24 and July 28-Aug. 1
 Westtown School, 975 Westtown Road, West Chester, Pa. 19382 – To be determined

The summer skills curriculum is specified to refresh each player’s enthusiasm to play the game of lacrosse and prevent “game drain.” Game drain is prevalent in players burned out from the spring lacrosse season, school year and the grind of getting better every day (GBE).

Trashcan Lacrosse Camps and the summer skills curriculum account for the factors that lead to game drain. The Trashcan camp experience integrates a memorable camp experience and the training to build upon the previous spring’s accomplishments.

The Trashcan Lacrosse Skill Development Curriculum (SDC) is built around a Play Fast drill book, box infusion, progression drills and the game of Trashcan Lacrosse: the dynamic 2v2 pick-up game that focuses on playing fast and mastering the art of the 2v1. Trashcan’s popularity has skyrocketed by more than doubling in attendance in the past year.

We introduce a wide range of basic to advanced concepts, add progressive layers of difficulty, then ask players to be creative in applying them during small team games and King of the Can tournaments. We want the players to develop their game and have fun doing it!

To register, visit TrashcanLacrosse.com. Visit us on Twitter @TrashcanLax and on Facebook at facebook.com/trashcanlacrosse

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