Menlo Park, California (PressExposure) April 26, 2012 -- Amongst all of the Bay Area Basketball Camps, The Matt Lottich Life Skills Basketball Camp is considered to be one of the best camps and in 2012 will offer its 9th annual session. The coaches of the camp are highly skilled in motivating kids on and off of the court. Most of them played basketball at a college level and are still very athletic and passionate about the sport. Unlike some Summer Camps in the Bay Area, this camp believes that the skills and mindsets of the coaches are what set the tone for the camp. For this reason the coaches that are selected are top-notch and have proven to not only be able to foster basketball skills in youth, but also inspire them in the grand scheme of life.
The camp is meant for both boys and girls ranging from the ages of 6-16. While some Bay Area Basketball Camps require try-outs and only cater to the elite players with the highest skill level, this camp welcomes campers of all levels. Campers will be grouped with other children that share a similar age and ability level to ensure that the skills they are being taught are meeting their needs. Skills that are too basic are a waste of time, yet if the activities are too advanced, the campers may feel frustrated or overwhelmed and not have a good time. Like most Summer Camps in the Bay Area, there is a fee to attend this camp. The Matt Lottich Life Skills Basketball Camp is $395.00 for one full session and includes that training as well as a t-shirt. Some scholarships are available which is a unique feature of this camp that cannot be found at all elite basketball camps. Before registering, parents can talk to a staff representative to get their questions answered. Representatives can give more specifics about what the average day looks like and discuss any special accommodations that may be necessary to cater to the specific child.
They can also discuss shortened day schedules that are valued at a lower price, if the parent is having difficulty with scheduling the logistics. Because the founders understand that picking one of the Bay Area Basketball Camps is a big decision, they try to provide as much information as possible. The Matt Lottich Life Skills Basketball Camp, can be found on Facebook or Twitter or check out the mllscamp.com site. The site includes a video clip of what can be expected from this specific camp. This clip is helpful for parents or campers that are debating between two different Summer Camps in the Bay Area. The "Frequently Asked Questions" section is helpful for new comers that do not know very much about basketball camps in California. There are also fun photos to view to get a better feel for what the camp entails. For people who want to talk to the staff members directly before making a decision about attending the camp, the director can be contacted by telephone at 888.537.3223 and by e-mail at firstname.lastname@example.org. The building is located at 1323 Carlton Avenue Menlo Park, California 94025. http://www.mllscamp.com/.