Former college athletes Rich Stoner and David McDaniel know what it takes to play sports. They offers specialty training for budding basketball players that focuses on dribbling, passing, and shooting. The duo helps other athletes hone their fitness abilities with workouts that focus on Olympic weightlifting and kettlebell and medicine-ball exercises.
ZonePlay Sports allows athletes of all skill levels to experience the exercise, socialization, and friendly competition of organized sports during it's various coed and men's leagues, which include flag football, basketball, bowling, and dodgeball. Games are held at several South Jersey locations, and ZonePlay's league coordinators equip players with team shirts and all the necessary equipment. Throughout each season, participants can keep track of scores online, or promise to buy kids a pony if they write down the stats on a piece of paper. Teams that win in the playoffs typically earn championship shirts and a team trophy.
Pump it up! At YMCA Camp Ockanickon in Medford, you'll always have an awesome workout with top of the line equipment.
When you're out and about in the area, you'll love that this gym has a restaurant to take care of any last minute hunger.
No need to splurge on a baby sitter — tots will be right at home at this gym.
Sign up for one of the kickboxing classes and learn basic kickboxing and self-defense moves.
Parking is plentiful, so visitors can feel free to bring their vehicles.
Ever since participating in his first organized game at age 4, Ben Stirt has been infatuated with basketball. From there, he played on teams throughout high school and college, including Carnegie Mellon's 2006 conference-championship team. Afterward, he focused on refining his coaching skills, and even worked with future NBA stars, including Sam Young.
He continues training the game's next generation at Court Vision Basketball Performance. Here, he shapes individualized regimens for players during private training sessions and runs competitive one-on-one and two-on-two scrimmages during small group classes. Coach Ben even hosts courses entirely dedicated to shooting, wherein students learn such techniques as proper hand positions.
For campers ages 3–15, Eagle's Landing Day Camp is a place to grow, learn, and develop—all while forging new friendships and enjoying fun activities. Little ones can participate in full or half-day sessions, during which they can swim, make art, play music, explore nature, and play sports with others their age.
Older kids spend a full day at camp, beginning and ending with door-to-door service on an air-conditioned bus. Their schedule is even more action-packed; it includes swim lessons taught by American Red Cross water safety instructors, arts and crafts, sports, and dozens of other activities. Full-day campers are also provided with a hot lunch and some cryptic life wisdom from the camp's resident sage.
Following its recent expansion, Rebounderz boasts more than 21,000 square feet of bouncing throughout three trampoline surfaces. Both kids and adults leap, jump, and flip through the space, just bouncing around or playing high-velocity games of trampoline dodgeball. At the foam pit, guests test their aerobatic skills and before landing softly into cloud-like masses of foam. The facility also has a four-lane basketball slam dunk runner. These feats create a serious cardio workout, and guests in need of a break can breathe heavily toward the arcade where they can play games to win prizes or relax in the cafe with a smoothie or slice of pizza. For special occasions such as birthdays, parents can book one of four party rooms, including the basketball room replete with a basketball court, jump time, pizza, and a party assistant.