Seasoned youth coaches impart football basics to boys & girls aged 3–12 at noncompetitive, non-contact classes held weekly for 45 minutes
The Fine Print
Promotional value expires Oct 10, 2012. Amount paid never expires.Limit 1 per person, may buy 3 additional as gifts. Limit 1 per visit. Valid only for option purchased. Must redeem first class by expiration date on your Groupon. Valid only for children ages 3-12. Valid only for "Closed" and "Open" Sessions; "Closed" sessions, player must be enrolled at school campus.Merchant is solely responsible to purchasers for the care and quality of the advertised goods and services.
In the animal kingdom, football is played with cheetah running backs, buffalo linemen, and a seagull that is forced to curl up and act as the ball. Catch humanity’s version of the animals’ gridiron gallantry with this Groupon.
$49 for a 10-week Totball program for one child (a $100 value)
$49 for a 5-week Totball program for two children (a $100 value)
$95 for a 10-week Totball program for two children (a $200 value)<p>
Instructors wrangle mini athletes aged 3–12 for 45-minute sessions of fun, agility-building activities held once a week. This Groupon is valid for open sessions held at local venues or for in-school closed sessions as long as the participant is enrolled at the school.<p>
Totball – Football for Tots
Coach Shane Laurent and Coach Steve Barlow have a lot in common: both are fathers of three boys, both have about a decade of youth-coaching experience, and both believe that every kid should have the chance to learn their favorite game as early as possible. Backed by the Youth Football Coaches Association, years of experience on the field, and Houston Texans linebacker Connor Barwin, the two mastermind game plans for athletes aged 3–12 at Totball.
Totball's miniaturized version of an American pastime forgoes competition and tackling in favor of fostering camaraderie among teammates as they learn football basics. Girls and boys huddle up for fun-infused drills that hone agility, blocking techniques, kicking, passing, and catching. At the end of each session, parents get a scouting report highlighting their child's progress, strengths, and success in avoiding the temptation to see whether the ball might secretly be filled with candy.:m]]