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No matter their athletic ability, kids aged 4–12 can get something out of Sports Champs' multiplatform day camps. That's because in addition to helping kids hone speed and strength in a number of sports––including basketball, field hockey, track, and volleyball––the CPR- and first-aid-certified counselors also encourage them to start thinking about sports-focused careers. Weekly guest speakers give fun and interactive lessons on broadcasting, management, nutrition, and physical therapy, to name a few.

7162 Beverly blvd. #339
Los Angeles,
CA
US

Signature service: James Weisman
Established: 2012
Reservations/Appointments: Required
Staff Size: 2–10 people
Average Duration of Services: 30–60 minutes
Pro Tip: Workout-friendly clothing - Closed-Toe Shoes - Water bottle (optional).

12045 National Boulevard
Los Angeles,
CA
US

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1000 Elysian Park Ave
Los Angeles,
CA
US

If practice makes perfect, then South Bay Refinery helps aspiring athletes of all ages perfect their baseball and softball skills by providing all the space, equipment, and professional guidance they could ask for. The 25,000-square-foot indoor facility features eight regulation-size pitching mounds, two softball pitching mats, nine full-sized baseball batting cages, four full-sized softball batting cages, six Iron Mike pitching machines, and four Jugs softball-pitching machines in addition to a separate practice infield area. With a staff of instructors that includes former and current professional players as well as experienced coaches, South Bay Refinery offers lessons intended to provide mental and physical training while reinforcing fundamentals. Specialized camps are also available on a regular basis, covering the basics of everything from batting and fielding to pitching and bobblehead modeling. The facility even features a separate cross-training fitness area, which hosts classes designed to improve athletes' strength, endurance, agility, flexibility, and proprioception over time.

444 Alaska Avenue
Torrance,
CA
US

From fast balls to sliders, the Iron Mike pitching machines at On-Deck Baseball's indoor facility fling baseballs and softballs at speeds of up to 90 and 60 mph, respectively. Of course, being a gifted baseball player doesn't just mean knowing how to make contact at the plate. That's why On-Deck partners with West Coast Baseball School to host spring, summer, and winter clinics for coaches and players alike. Taught by former members of the San Francisco Giants and Seattle Mariners, courses focus on baseball essentials such as fielding, pitching, and serving umpires the customary tea during seventh-inning stretches. Besides refining skills on the field, On-Deck hones strong muscles thanks to exercise equipment such as free weights and the Next Level Fast-Twitch machine.

7675 N San Fernando Rd
Burbank,
CA
US

Batting is an essential skill that baseball and softball players alike hone at On Deck Batting Cages. The 17,000-square-foot training facility’s coaches, however, aren’t interested in players who can only showcase one skill. So beyond aiming for the rafters in one of 14 cages, pupils also refine their knuckleballs on a 72-foot pitching lane whose portable mound accommodates pitches from any distance. During private lessons, meanwhile, baseball and softball instructors focus on everything from throwing to fielding, the art of catching a fly ball while simultaneously mowing the outfield. Once players are ready for the diamond, On Deck's resident uniform guru, Laura Simon of J&L Designs, can outfit them with her comfortable, eye-catching uniforms and apparel.

2499 E Willow St
Signal Hill,
CA
US