Savage it UP FOOTBALL CAMP
Founded 2010 in Baltimore, This Youth Summer Football Camp is designed to give each student athlete an opportunity to receive concentrated technique training.
SUMMER YOUTH FOOTBALL CAMP
June 20, 2016 to July 15, 2016
Ages 5 to 17
7:00am to 4:45pm
Free Breakfast / Free Lunch
1 Free Camp T-Shirt
Camp Site will be Changing from WOODLAWN HIGH SCHOOL to
New Location WOODLAWN MIDDLE SCHOOL
3033 ST Lukes Lane
Gwynn Oak, Maryland 21207
PLAYERS FROM TEAMS ALLOVER COME TO
This camp also offers players an opportunity to develop their skills and learn the fundamental technique for their respective position. Our Coaches will help every motivated youth athlete attain an upper level of performance. If your child is an experienced player or just starting football, our coaches goal is to teach our athletes the correct techniques and practice habits that will allow them to reach their full potential. Your son will receive the best training available from Coach Mike Savage and the Savage it UP Football Camp coaching staff. By working with our coaches, your son will learn much more than football! He will be taught teamwork, focusing on tasks at hand, consideration for others, concussion awareness and self-discipline. The Savage it UP Football Camp will bring your sons' skill up for life and football! (Non-contact)
RANKED ONE OF THE BEST FOOTBALL COACHES in the STATE of MARYLAND
Practice hard and daily. If you want to be good and ready, you need to be above all your competition. Only a few people can make that position, and there can only be one starter. If you want it to be you, you have to be the best in your group.
Exercise hard, but take breaks. Exercising too hard could hurt you and hurt your chances of making the team. Work hard, but know your limits.
Join groups or organizations to get a feel for what a team is like. This will also give you hands on experience and a feel of a what a game situation is like.
Listen carefully to what your coach says. Believe it or not, there is a lot of strategy involved in football. It's not just grunts throwing each other around. If by the time you start playing games you don't know how to run a "Fake 24 Double Reverse," football is not for you.
Watch football games or re-runs. Observe how the players in your position line up and execute the plays. See what you need to do, but look for tricks you can use as well.
Know what position you want to be. Each position requires a different amount of skill and strength. Below are some common things you will want to know about popular positions.
WOODLAWN MIDDLE SCHOOL
3033 ST LUKES LANE
Gwynn Oak, Maryland 21207
Call to make Arrangements for pick-up and drop-off (410) 379-1550
Camp Site (443)429-0049 or UP CAMPS (410)262-6092 Walter Johnson: UP CAMPS Director / Mike Savage: Coaches Director