There is no replacement for skills taught at the Next Level Lacrosse Camp, say longtime players who comment online on founder Jon Urbana’s Facebook wall about this camp being “the premiere choice” for youth playing this sport in Colorado. In fact, this famed camp is all about refining young player skills; while also paying close attention to the player’s style, interest and field positon choices. At the same time, this camp features top professional lacrosse players who have reputations that are second to none.
Founder Jon Urbana Promotes Lacrosse
Another aspect of Next Level Lacrosse Camp is linked to its founder and famed player Jon Urbana. According to a statement from Urbana on the camp’s user friendly website, he created this lacrosse camp to help himself and other pros “build skills amongst the players of tomorrow.” Fans of Urbana know that he was the Colonial Athletic Association’s “Defensive Player of the Year,” and played as a defensive anchor for the Villanova University “Wildcats” All-American Lacrosse squad. Prior to creating the Next Level Lacrosse Camp, Urbana served as one of the nation’s top Twitter promoters of this specialized sport.
More recently, Urbana has made his own brand of electronic music on the side during the offseason. Jon’s artist page on MTV provides an early preview of some of his upcoming tracks.
Lacrosse camps fine-tune player skills
The great thing about trending lacrosse camps such as Next Level is “they teach the basic skills young players need to succeed and enjoy the game,” stated a longtime player on Urbana’s Instagram page. In turn, the player noted how these specialized camps focus on such things as footwork, offensive and defense team skills and other important tips such as stick grip suggestions. For instance, Next Level is all about sharing tips through Slideshare and its founder’s blog with young players on how to improve their “draw technique.” The camp instruction often takes place at actual lacrosse stadiums so new players can actually feel what it’s like to compete in a multi-use artificial turf facility.
Another common activity at the camp is community service, and one event that’s gone over very well is a new campaign organized by Jon Urbana to promote Earth Force. The campaign, which harnesses the power of environmental activism amongst youth in Colorado, has a plan to raise over $1,750 to support the charity and was written up by Bloomberg last week. Promo videos like the one below have also gained traction.
Overall, there is nothing in the game of Lacrosse that compares to the training and mentorship featured at Next Level and other camps that cater to skills needed to win and excel at this popular high school, college and professional sport.1 Comment on Lacrosse Training That Offers Players Proven Results for Reaching Next Level Skills