Alaska Sports resume its Annual program in teaching young athletes the fundamental skills and core values of the game by holding Alaska Basketball Power Camp 2019.
This year, Alaska Basketball Power Camp are currently being held in Baguio and Manila, and today, it’s Bacolod time. Last April 14, 2019 was the Baguio leg that more than 300 kids joined the first leg of the camp in Baguio and had the first-hand opportunity to be trained by Alaska-certified coaches headed by the Power Camp Director, Philippine Basketball Association legend and Alaska Aces Assistant Coach Jeffrey Cariaso together with the Alaska Aces players Simon Enciso and Abel Galliguez. The Manila leg was held at Ateneo de Manila University last April 24, 2019 which was joined by more than 200 kids. Training the participants of Manila camp were the Alaska Aces Jake Pascual, Vic Manuel, Christopher Exciminiano, Chris Banchero, and Yutien Andrada spearheaded by Coach Jeffrey Cariaso.
Gymnastics sport is more into back-flip and forward roll. This performance requires physical strength, flexibility, power, agility, coordination, grace, balance, and control. Even though this kind of sport is just more on flipping, jumping and rolling, still just like any other sports the multitude of life skills and physical benefits will make them a better person and succeed in life. Sharing below are some beneficial factors of getting into gymnastics sports.
Flexibility, the prime factor in gymnastics sports. This is important in injury prevention and helping prevent the everyday aches and pains. Greater flexibility and control of the body can be attained through learning movements and combining them in routine.
Develop Social Skills. Getting into gymnastics sport provides an opportunity to develop social skills. Young ones learn how to stand in line, look, listen and be quiet when others are talking, work and think independently as well as how to be respectful. These can be practiced as they grow, set as a good example and become role models to others. Continue reading Gymnastics Benefits and the Best Air track Brand for Gymnast
School break is officially here! And you are probably wracking your nerves thinking of things to make the kids busy for the coming two and a half months. It is a mom’s greatest concern to make sure that kids spend their time wisely and productively.
There are lots of activities you can choose from: sports, arts, music and others. You just have to know what really interests them and let them explore. Listed below are fun summer learning activities that I can recommend to keep them busy all season. Continue reading Fun Summer Learning Activities
At an early age of 7 years old, my little man is into martial arts, particularly the Shotokan Karate-do. It all started when I enrolled him in a free Karate-do Summer Clinic 2016 sponsored by the City of Tacloban Philippines. After that summer clinic, he is now a regular student of Shotokan Karate-do in Leyte.
Some parents may think that letting kids get martial arts training is not a good idea because it promotes violence as what is seen in many movies and video games. However, as what I have observed in the 4 hours weekend Karate-do class of my little man, I don’t agree with that opinion of some parents. Actually, martial arts help kids to achieve fitness, develops self-discipline and socialization skills. Aside from the mentioned benefits of martial arts, below are additional punch of healthy dose kids can acquire in martial arts training: