We have team vans that are driven by our coaches. Players are only allowed to leave campus in these vans with the rest of the team or in a vehicle driven by our resident life directors in case of an injury or illness.
We have several school tours every summer. This gives the players a chance to ask questions, see facilities, and get comfortable going through the recruiting process.
The players will have about 3 hours to rest between practice and dinner. They also have about an hour and a half of rest after the evening training and bedtime. We can provide a classroom and study hall time for players who need to spend some time on their studies.
While I understand that line of thinking, we always recommend players join Global Squad as soon as possible. The sooner a player sees the training techniques and drills the sooner they can implement them into their routine. If you wait a year and do what youâve already been doing then...
The teams are divided by age and skill level. We hold a skill testing and athletic testing session on day 1 to see where the players stand. This will also help us document any improvement once camp concludes.
A typical weekend consists of either Division I college camps or competition against local club teams. The players will see some very good teams and players throughout the Summer Academy and improvement is very noticeable by the time players return home.
The morning stations include skill development, weight training, and classroom sessions.
On Mondays, the girls will visit college campuses in the area. Skill development, weight training, and practices are held Tuesday through Friday. We have four 45-minute stations every morning from 8:45 â 12:00. After lunch, we have team practice for about an hour and a half. After dinner, we have...