“Our goal is to affect each camper’s life in a positive manner, which will in turn lead to positive changes in their life; lessons that will not only make them a more knowledgeable basketball player, but provide them with the tools and resources they will need to become a better student and person as well!”
The Junior Phenom and Phenom 150 camps are specifically designed to concentrate on competition and exposure, but with the Phenom Boot Camp, we will throw the society of basketball camps back into an “old school” mode with strict focus on development, training and education.
This program is a rigorous one, and is not intended to be a daycare service. This camp will focus on discipline, attitude and effort. Each player must be prepared to work as hard as he or she possibly can starting the moment they walk through the door. We feel the number one vital component in success of the game of life is internal discipline! This is a character flaw that appears to be missing in the vast majority of players, and kids in general, in today’s society. Phenom wants to help to instill the “Skill of Internal Discipline”, not only as it relates to basketball, but as it relates to the game of life. By understand and developing this specific skill set, parents and players will understand, and eventually see the benefits on and off the court, while having an absolute blast during the process!!
What does “Development” Mean to YOU?
Development, for the Phenom Boot Camp staff, is one of the most important concepts that we undertake in our program. Our program s designed to take the word “development” and turn it into something special, where the focus is not solely on teaching fundamental basketball skills, but to go one step further and teach LIFE LESSONS that will build upon the foundation of the player’s character in order to develop him/her to succeed in the game of life.
A Philosophy of Individualism
Phenom Boot Camp’s philosophy is to treat each player individually, to give you a comprehensive and detailed evaluation report card that can be taken home and used as a reminder for of the things that need to be worked on and improved throughout the year. This evaluation will detail the player’s individual strengths and weaknesses, and will also provide solutions and ideas that will solve some of those weaknesses.