Shooting & Skills Camp

Pacific Highlands Ranch Recreation Center

Shooting & Skills Camp

Pacific Highlands Ranch Recreation Center


Dates 11/25/19 - 11/26/19
Availability CLOSED
Times 9:00 am - 1:00 pm
Days of Week Monday, Tuesday
Number of Meetings 2
Ages 10 - 15 years old
Head Coach TBA
Registration 10/18/19 - 11/27/19
Price 9:00 am - 1:00 pm : $100.00
Location Pacific Highlands Ranch Recreation Center
5977 Village Center Loop Road
San Diego, CA 92130

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Receive next level training and an intense and fun workout that will focus on your shooting and cognitive response skills. Incorporated into the SHOT REPS camp is some of the latest technology that NBA teams and players like Steph Curry are using, including the Dr. Dish shooting machines and the Fitlight Trainer! The SHOT REPS program, designed by San Diego native Andrew Olson (Currently a member of the Cleveland Cavaliers coaching staff) improves your shot through efficient, quality reps. Our system offers instruction from certified coaches, by focusing on fundamentals including: elite footwork off the dribble and pass, optimal shooting arc, and follow through. SHOT REPS will help you build the muscle memory needed to see your percentages improve. Boys and Girls ages 10-15. The camp is broken into approximately 2.5 hours of skill training and 1.5 hours of competitive games and scrimmages for an intense and productive workout.



This camp features Guest Trainer Tony Johnson! A Sacramento native. Won 2 Section Championships at Folsom High School, Played collegiate  basketball career at Division 1 school, Lafayette College in Pennsylvania as a 4 year starter. Won the Lou Henson Award for College National Player of the Week during Senior Year. Took Lafayette College to 3 Conference Championships in 4 years. Played professional basketball overseas in Holland, Eurochallenge team throughout Europe, and also in Mexico. Strengths as a basketball trainer: stressing the importance of changing speeds, direction, and pace with incredible sense of detail by teaching proper footwork and body control. Tapping into the mental aspect of the game as far as maintaining confidence and becoming more knowledgable of the game itself along with addressing importance of training at game speed and staying one step ahead of their opponent.