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Youth Football Camp - Improve Your Speed and Agility
This 6-week camp is designed to help improve the wide variety of factors that contribute to your child’s overall football skills. To become a better player, your son should improve his running mechanics, acceleration, change of direction, explosiveness, top speed, conditioning, and injury prevention - and he will do all of those things at DNA Youth Football Camp!
Click here to register!
Dates: Monday & Wednesday @ 9 a.m. - 10 a.m.
June: 11, 13, 18, 20, 25, 27 July: 2, 9, 11, 16, 18
Location: Blue Ash Park Grooms Sports Field
Cost: $120 per athlete (non-Parisi member)
$110 per athlete (Parisi member)
What to bring: Cleats and water
Call DNA Sports Center @ (513)-600-1519 to sign up!
Coach Shawn McGarity
This Cincinnati local from Lakota East High School played wide receiver for Mount Union College in 2006, when they won the National DIII Championship. He also played wide receiver for Oregon State University from 2007 to 2009. He currently plays wide receiver for Cincinnati’s professional indoor football team: The Cincinnati Commandos.
DNA Sports Center is the premier performance enhancement facility in the Cincinnati area. DNA coaches have worked with over 1,000 local athletes on their sports performance. DNA is home of The Parisi Speed School, which was founded in 1992 and has established itself as the industry leader in sports performance. The Parisi training methodology has been embraced by over 150 NFL Draft picks, professional athletes, Pro-Sports Teams (NY Jets, NY Giants, Cincinnati Bengals), and over 500,000 youth athletes nationwide. As a national brand, Parisi has been featured in such media as: ESPN, USA Today, Sporting News, NBC Sports, NY Times, NFL, NSCA, Navy Seals and many more. Now with over 500,000 athletes from every level of athletics having experienced the Parisi Speed School, the program has become nationally recognized as the leader in performance enhancement training. There are over 75 Parisi Franchises in 29 states across America. This national movement will continue to expand in the coming years to allow any athlete to take advantage of the Parisi training experience.