Tuesday, June 3, 2014

Summer Fun // Jump Start Sports

So, school is letting out and there are lots of ways to keep our kids active throughout the summer. One of those options is Jump Start Sports and they have lots of great options all around the city!
JSS believes: childhood participation in sports should involve pure fun. It should build teamwork, character, and sportsmanship. They offer: safe, well organized sports programs in an environment that is more focused on fun and learning than on competition. This includes summer camps, preschool sports programs, recreational sports leagues, and after-school programs that teach fundamentals, fair play, and teamwork. NOW is the time to get kids registered for summer camp fun -- be sure to tell them you heard about their awesome programs HERE!
Summer Camps

Unique sports camps for children ages 4 – 12. Jump Start Sports Camps are fun-oriented and highly instructional for the novice while more advanced players will learn more advanced concepts and will be coached at their ability and level of understanding. The relaxed and nurturing atmosphere enables children to learn, grow, make friends, and have a meaningful summer experience. Sports offered include baseball, basketball, football, hockey, lacrosse, soccer, tennis, volleyball and more! These sports vary by area. Learn. Develop. Succeed! 

Preschool Sports Programs

Children ages 3 – 6 have a blast learning the fundamentals of sports from trained staff coaches (NOT coached by parents of participants). Players are put on teams and play games so that the children learn teamwork, game concepts, and sportsmanship. The first half of the classes focus on skill development using terminology and fun drills designed to teach these concepts to such young children. Programs offered include Hummingbirds Soccer, T-Birds T-Ball, Rookie League Coach Pitch Baseball, Little Hoop Stars Basketball, Mini-Mites Flag Football, and Deck Hockey. These programs provide a special experience for the whole family while children gain an appreciation of sports, specific knowledge and skill, an appreciation of team, and a boost in confidence. Learn. Develop. Succeed! 

Youth Sports Programs

Children of all experience and skill levels improve fundamentals and learn about new sports in these fun oriented programs led by trained staff coaches (NOT coached by parents of participants). Players meet one day a week and are taught skills and fundamentals they will need to succeed in more competitive programs. Then they practice what they have learned in games that teach game concepts, teamwork, and sportsmanship. Sports offered include Introductory Lacrosse, Flag Football, Fall Baseball, Hoop Stars Basketball, Deck Hockey, Beginner/Intermediate Tennis, and Introductory Volleyball.   Learn. Develop. Succeed! 
Pittsburgh Area Locations:
Ohio Township
Penn Hills

Find out more at www.jumpstartsports.com or email us at info@jumpstartsports.comFollow on Twitter @JSSPittsburgh and Facebook - Jump Start Sports Pittsburgh
Jump Start Sports offers currently offers programs in PA, OH, MI and NC.

2014 Summer Recreation Guide

 Summer Camps

At the Olympics and Junior Olympics Sports Camps, children ages 4-12 have a blast learning about and playing a wide variety of sports in a nurturing environment. The Olympic theme is present throughout, with campers selecting a country, creating a flag for their country, and competing in events and games.
The week ends with a "Closing Ceremony"
and "Presentation of Medals."



Children ages 4 - 12 "enroll" in the college of their choice and have a blast learning about and playing a wide variety of college sports.  Campers make a team t-shirt to show their school pride, and have a blast earning points for their "alma mater". 

Summer Flag Football Programs and Camps

Jake - Football

T-Ball Programs 






 Soccer Programs 





Lacrosse Programs
and Camps




Deck Hockey Programs




Go check out Jump Start Sports and see if they are a good fit for your kids for this summer or even some of their sports leagues heading in to the Fall!

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