Youth sports teach kids self-discipline and teamwork so they can grow up to bring down mammoths as a group. Prepare adolescents for the impending wilderness of adulthood with today’s Groupon to Overtime Athletics. Choose from the following options:
- For $35, you get one week at Reston Sports camp at Baron Cameron Field #1, in Reston (a $100 value). Flag Football camp runs July 11–July 15, and Ultra Sports camp runs July 25–July 29. Camp meets from 9 a.m. to noon.
- For $85, you get one week at The Box Summer Sports camp, in Chantilly (a $240 value). Weekly sessions run June 20–August 26. Camp meets from 9 a.m. to 4:30 p.m.
- For $75, you get one week at The Gardens Ice House Summer Fun camp, in Laurel (a $195 value). Weekly sessions run June 20–August 19. Camp meets from 9 a.m. to 4:30 p.m.
- For $55, you get one week at Brambleton Summer Sports camp (a $110 value). Weekly sessions run June 20–August 12. Camp meets from 8:30 a.m. to 12:30 p.m.
Overtime's trained youth leaders shepherd kindergarten-age kids through sixth-grade students in gamecentric day camps designed to cultivate teamwork skills and healthy lifestyles at an early age. Battle summertime lethargy by signing up sprouts for one of Overtime’s four day camps, where kids will dribble, spike, slam, and slap shoot their way through myriad team games, including fast-break hoops, batter up, and floor hockey. Students will get fit while garnering an appreciation for the hard work, self-confidence, and discipline top-rated athletes and video-game characters exert on a daily basis.
Although there are few differences between camps in terms of activities, certain itineraries gear more toward refining particular skill sets. Opt for Reston to tackle pigskin fundamentals in Flag Football camp or sample several different ball-obliterating games in Ultra Sports camp. Alternatively, The Gardens Ice House caters to burgeoning blade buffs with ice-skating activities in addition to Overtime’s signature blend of field-based merriments.
Campers are expected to bring their own lunches, as meals are not provided at any of the camps.