At 3d Athletics, LLC, former Pace University basketball-team captain and Empire State Games gold medalist Michael Rossetti helps students unlock hidden potential and master the finer points of their basketball games through an extensive schedule of camps and workouts. Rossetti teaches young players basketball fundamentals, including ball handling, shooting, footwork and balance using skill drills that challenge both minds and bodies. Many of 3d Athletics' alumni have put their training to good use at top colleges and professional teams in the NBA and around the world.
The expert coaches at Revolution Athletics help athletes of all ages and sports preferences fine-tune their game with activity-specific training. Their impressive facility boasts 5,500 square feet of indoor turf and thousands of pounds of weights. The coaches also work with athletes to improve their speed and agility with age-specific training groups.
Whether strapping on rented roller skates or their own, skaters glide through the open air while skating next to the harbor. The Rinx offers parties, skating lessons, and open skate sessions in both the summer and winter. As the weather turns colder The Rinx transforms into a frozen pond where customers glide along the ice.
SimPlay NYY fits 87 PGA golf courses, baseball diamonds, NFL-sized football fields, and basketball courts into a single 15,000 square-foot facility, and still has plenty of room left over for a cocktail lounge. How? Simulators. These immersive systems feature 16-foot screens and high-speed cameras that track players as they engage in a half-dozen sports ranging from golf to zombie dodgeball. After playing throwing the virtual pigskin with a friend or shooting the puck around with some simulated NHL players, visitors can hone their swing on the facility's putting green, or refuel with some food off the in-house menu.
Experience a new side of Northport when you pay a visit to Long Island Back to Basics Basketball Camp Inc, a fun-filled vacation spot.
The generous parking spots located in the area will make drivers feel at ease.