[Minnesota, September 9, 2016] – J Robinson Intensive Camps, LLC, a Minnesota-based basketball training camp, trains high school boys to play the right way. The camp puts emphasis on the physical conditioning, mental toughness, and life skills development for young athletes through their training routine and the J7 Philosophy.
Unpredictable Daily Schedule
The basketball training camp aims to maximize the physical and mental challenges that their athletes face through the unpredictability and constant change in the daily schedule. One thing, however, stays constant: early wake-up calls followed by early runs and weight lifting that teach discipline.
Every day also includes practice workouts that improve offensive footwork, defensive footwork, ball strength, shooting, conditioning, game strategy, and chalk talk.
The J7 Philosophy
According to J Robinson Intensive Camps, LLC, no other camp emphasizes the development of life skills as a key part of their program.
Since they want young athletes to play basketball the right way (in terms of both skills and attitude), they include these essential traits to their training curriculum: Discipline, Dedication, Sacrifice, Hard Work, Responsibility, Accountability, and Service.
J Robinson Intensive Camps, LLC designed their 10-day training program for 14-to-18-year-old male basketball players who need to level up their toughness and intensity or to maximize their potential. What’s more, the camp provides three meals daily, a full-time athletic training staff during practices, and a clean dormitory for the athletes to stay in for the duration.
About J Robinson Intensive Camps, LLC
J Robinson Intensive Camps, LLC offers sports training for high school boys. The training camp implements the J7 Philosophy (Discipline, Dedication, Sacrifice, Hard Work, Responsibility, Accountability, and Service) when teaching fundamental skills and advanced technical skills and strategy.
Known as challenging and life-changing camps, they pay attention to intense physical conditioning, mental toughness, and life skills development through sports like basketball.
To know how their coaches and staff redefine hard work for young athletes, please visit http://intensivebasketballcamp.com.