YMCA Youth Sports Performance Camp
Youth Performance Camp will include speed fundamentals, multi-directional agility, and power training exercises designed to help take youth to the next level. No matter what sport you play, we’ll work to improve your performance and keep you injury-free. Session two of camp will re-cap skills learned in Session 1, and begin to advance on those skills. New participants and all fitness levels welcome in both sessions.
- June 5th – June 29th
- July 10th – August 3rd
Session Times & Ages
- 7:00 – 8:30 am ages 8-12 y.o.
- 8:30 – 10:00 am 13-17 y.o.
Instructors: Roy Phillips & Tres Galvan
Tres is an Ex-Collegiate Baseball Player of 2.5 years as well as having played 12 years prior to that. He is also a NASM Certified Personal Trainer and ACE Certified Fitness Nutrition Specialist.
Roy, an ex-baseball player himself as well of 12 years and is a YMCA Foundations of Strength & Conditioning Certified Trainer. Both young men are staff here at the Hood County YMCA and both have an extensive background personally with lifting, conditioning, and speed/agility exercises.
Printable Registration Form: Summer 2017 Performance Camp Flyer
Youth Volleyball Camp
Do you have a child interested in volleyball? If so, it is never too early to start building their skills. The Y is offering a program to help teach and encourage them on their journey of learning the sport! Coach Teresa Smith will hold a 5-day summer volleyball camp for girls ages 11-14.
The camp will focus on the fundamentals of volleyball in addition to strategies to improve one’s overall game. The YMCA skills camp is not position specific and is designed to meet the needs of all volleyball players. Skill development is emphasized with on court instruction in the following areas: serving, serve receiving, forearm passing, setting, attacking, team defense, blocking, team reception, attack coverage and team transition.
When: June 26-30
Time: Monday, Wednesday, and Friday 12:30-2:30/Tuesday and Thursday 2:00-4:00
Location: Hood County YMCA, 1475 James Road, Granbury TX 76049
Cost: $75 For Member/ $125 Non-Member
For more information please contact Youth Development Coordinator Whitney Landis at firstname.lastname@example.org / 817.573.7159
Registration Form and Flyer:Volleyball Camp 2017
Hood County YMCA Kids Triathlon
Triathlon is one of the fastest-growing sports in the world, and kid’s triathlons are a vital part of this trend. There is no better way for a child to experience the benefits of a healthy lifestyle focused on hard work, daily exercise and good nutrition. Every triathlon consists of 4 components- swimming, biking, running and transitions. The course is designed to be challenging, yet achievable, even for the first-timers. Plus, the safety of your child is priority during the triathlon. With the help of amazing staff and volunteers, we go to great lengths to make the course as safe as possible. Each child will be chip-timed and walk away with a medal around his or her neck. Awards will also be given to the top finishers in each age group. Contact the Hood County YMCA for more information on this great program.
2016 Distances & Ages
- Mini-Tri Division: Ages 5 & up; swim 25 yards, bike 1.5 miles, run 1/2 mile
- Junior Division: Ages 6-10; swim 75 yards, bike 3 miles, run 3/4 mile
- Senior Division: Ages 11-14; swim 150 yards, bike 6 miles (2 loops), run 1 mile
CONTACT: For more information, contact Holly Martin at 817-573-7159 or Holly@paluxyrivercac.org
Specialty Camps at the Hood County YMCA are the perfect opportunity to explore new interests or pursue a passion. Campers will learn new skills and form friendships that will last a lifetime! Registration will open soon – check back for more information on the different camps we will be offering as well as a registration form! When registration opens, you can sign your children up at the Member Service Desk. They wont want to miss this!
A Fall/Winter/Spring program offered through the YMCA for all ages and instructed by Janet Steenberge, SEALS Swim Team Coach.
Texas Isshinryu Karate Kai
We are pleased to announce that we have Texas Isshinryu Karate Kai at our Hood County YMCA. We have three classes available for all ages to learn proper technique with our 3rd degree Black belt.
- Builds self-esteem so they are confident leaders
- Teaches that a positive attitude can make all the difference
- Teach self defense, so if a bad situation occurs, they know just what to do
- Helps them become self-disciplined and respectful in all aspects of life
- Builds control over their minds and bodies
Registration Form: Summer 2017 Karate