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Schedule Basketball Camp in Spain 2009

Schedule Basketball Camp in Spain 2009

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TAU Ceramica Basketball Camp 2009: Schedule. This is an example of a typical day at the Basketball Camp.
TAU Ceramica Basketball Camp 2009: Schedule. This is an example of a typical day at the Basketball Camp.

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TAU Cerámica Basketball Camp 
Basketball Camp Schedule
This is an example of a typical day at the Basketball Camp. Times could be vary a littlebit depending on the off-campus activities programmed for the afternoon, but we try tomaintain the time table as much as possible every day, above all on the court where acoach assistant controls the time. 
08´00-08´30 — Wake up, toilets and breakfast08´30-08´50 — Time to go from the residence to the Basketball Camp08´50-09`00 — Time to go to the Spanish Lessons09´00-10´30 — Spanish lessons10'30-10'45 — Time to take the necessary clothes to go to the Basketball court10'45-11'00 Supplementary food11'00 -11'15 — Conditioning
Stretching11-15 - 11'35 — Fundamental Stations (Ball handling, Shooting, Passing, Rebounding, andDefense)11´35 - 11´55 — Stations11'55 - 12'00 — Water12'00 - 12'20 — Stations12'20 - 12'40 — Stations12'40 - 13'00 — Water and Strength13'00 - 14'00 — Swimming Pool14'00 - 14'30 — Shower and dress for lunch14'30 - 16'15 — Lunch and time to rest16´15-16´25 — Conditioning
Stretching16´25-17´10 — Stations17´10-17´15 — Water17´15-18´00 — Games/One on One Contest18´00-18´15 — Supplementary food18´15-19´00 — Team Practice19´00-19´30 — Stretching and Shower19´30-20´30 — Spare time and time to go to the residence20´30-21´30 — Dinner21´30-23´30 — Night Stations/ Tech meeting / Free Time/ Games / Hot Shot Competition / FreeThrow Competition / 3 Point Competition and... a lot of fun (3 days per week)23´30-08`00 — Supplementary food and Light Out
TAU & ZadorSpain basketball camp in
spain
 Website: http://www.basketball-camp-spain.comEmail: basket@zadorspain.com
 
 Basketball Camp Schedule
 
The daily program includes:
 
General conditioning for all ages, including some aerobic sessions (by an expertise trainer).
 
Basket technique work and other elements (passing, shooting, bouncing, defense, physicalcondition…), by stations and quality levels.
 
Rest.
 
On-court detailed analysis and explanation on the excellent execution of the technicalelements worked during the stations.
 
Training in tactical situations.
 
Competitions: 1-on-1, 3-on-3, free throws, 3 points, lay-ups, and 5-on-5. These competitionswill be an exciting and funny way of finishing the day and, at the end of the Campus, allplayers will receive their prizes.
 
Time for rest and meals.
MORNING: INDIVIDUAL PLAY ASPECTS
(16 groups of 7-8 players)
 
Duration of each session: 20 minutes. Different work in both baskets and both halls. A total of 16different trainings at the same time, 1 coach per basket and 1 support trainer for thedevelopment of each session. Each player will make 6 morning sessions, rotating from one basketor hall to another, according to the schedule.
 
 ICE RINK HALL MULTIPURPOSE HALL BUESA ARENA
INDIVIDUAL TECHNIQUEINDIVIDUAL TACTICSPERSONALIZED TRAINING SESSIONS 
TAU & ZadorSpain basketball camp in
spain
 Website: http://www.basketball-camp-spain.comEmail: basket@zadorspain.com

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