LITTLE BOOMERS BASKETBALL

Morris Iemma Indoor Sports Centre, 150 Belmore Road North, Riverwood NSW 2210

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  • Little Boomers | Ages 6-8PROGRAM

    Building Core Skills and Basketball Fundamentals

    Our junior basketball program focuses on building your child’s core basketball skills with activities that are fun but also challenging. Our Boomers Team have designed a structured and progressive program that will build these skills in an environment that is FUN, SAFE and ACTIVE supported by quality coaches.

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  • Our Little-Boomers program was developed by Sports and Exercise Scientists from the University of Technology Sydney, alongside with professional and accredited basketball coaches. Classes are 1 hour long with 45 minutes focused on skill development and 15 minutes allocated for structured games.

    WHY LITTLE BOOMERS?

    • Non-Competitive program – Excellent for children to ease into.
    • Tailors to different skill levels by adopting a progressive learning approach, whereby a skill is broken down to enhance the learning process.
    • Classes are run in a safe and fun environment easy for your child to be comfortable in.
    • Our coaches are professional and accredited and will inspire, encourage and motivate your child to do their best.
    • Teaches the fundamental basketball skills – how to shoot, dribble, pass, lay-up and defend.

    BRENDAN’S MUM – “This is a fantastic program, my son enjoyed the classes thoroughly, the classes are designed for young kids to get involved in sports early. Best thing I’ve done this year!”

    Our Little Boomers program improves:

    • Decision Making

    Making the right decisions in a game e.g. when to pass or when to score

    • Gross Motor Skills

    Such as jumping and running while dribbling a basketball

    • Attention and Listening Skills

    Being able to follow instructions and execute correctly

     

    • Self-confidence

    Both on the court as well as in school

    • Social Interaction

    By socialising and interacting with team mates of the same age

    • Coordination

    Dribbling practice improves hand-eye coordination of both dominant and non-dominate hand

     

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