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Youth Sports Schedule

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Wednesdays @4:30 pm – 6:00 pm

Purple Minions Youth Tri Team

Monthly Session

Tucson Jewish Community Center

Description: Youth Tri TEAM helps develop swimming, biking, and running skills. Kids learn how to build confidence, understand basic USAT rules, nutrition, and strength training while learning safe and fun habits. Each child is assigned a skill level and will work at that level for each sport and be assessed on a regular basis. Participants only must enter through our north entrance on the wellness side of the building to be COVID screened prior to the start of class. For more information contact Coach Robin at tricoachrobin@gmail.com.
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Fridays @4:30 pm – 6:00 pm

Youth Tennis

Junior Tennis Academy (ages 10-18)

Tucson Jewish Community Center

Description: An advanced tennis clinic for players with the potential or strong desire to play competitive matches. The class reinforces the individual player?s solid technical base with a daily emphasis on grips, strokes and tactical and technical skills. Focus is on preparation for tournaments and playing at the High School level. Mondays and Wednesdays 5:15?6:30 pm & Friday, 4:45?6 pm
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Thursdays @5:15 pm – 6:15 pm

Youth Tennis

Teen Tennis: Orange & Green Ball (ages 13-18)

Tucson Jewish Community Center

Description: For teens who want to become better recreational tennis players. The class teaches the fundamentals of grips, strokes and footwork patterns in a fun and positive manner so that teens will enjoy the sport more as their ability improves.
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Thursdays @5:15 pm – 6:15 pm

Youth Tennis

Junior Advanced Beginners: Orange & Green Ball (ages 8-13)

Tucson Jewish Community Center

Description: For students who already have a good sense of the proper tennis technique and are beginning to develop control with ball placement, spin control and all court skills. Technical, tactical themes will be presented daily. Players in this level are able to play matches.
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Thursdays @4:15 pm – 5:15 pm

Youth Tennis

Junior Beginners: Red & Orange Ball (ages 7-13)

Tucson Jewish Community Center

Description: Designed to help students enjoy this life-long sport and learn fundamentals. Each class has a weekly theme reinforced through drills, games and competitions that promote the fun of learning to play the sport.
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Wednesdays @4:00 pm – 5:00 pm

Youth Tennis

Mighty Mites: Red Ball (ages 4-6)

Tucson Jewish Community Center

Description: Players are introduced to the fundamentals of tennis through activities designed to build a solid foundation for long? term athletic development. Activities are focused on developing the ABCs (agility, balance and coordination) while forming the skills necessary to serve, rally and keep score. Use of red foam and felt balls.
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Wednesdays @3:15 pm – 4:00 pm

Youth Tennis

Tiny Tots: Red Ball (ages 3-4)

Tucson Jewish Community Center

Description: An introductory tennis program for our youngest future players! This program incorporates athletic skill development in addition to basic tennis shapes. In this stage of a child?s development, mastery helps set the right course for all future sports training.
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Wednesdays @3:15 pm – 4:00 pm

Gymnastics Lessons

Gymnastics Buddy Lessons

Tucson Jewish Community Center

Description: **This opportunity is for two kids who are quarantined together. ** Incorporates basic gymnastics including use of bars, beam, and practice with tramp and tumble-tracking. Progressions and lead-ups are the key factors at this level. Some of the basic skills learned for children will include: balancing skills, running, jumping, and leaping. There are three main levels for this class: beginner, intermediate and advanced; the participant level will be determined upon an entry assessment.
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Wednesdays @3:15 pm – 4:00 pm

Gymnastics Lessons

Gymnastics Private Lessons

Tucson Jewish Community Center

Description: **This opportunity is for one child.** Incorporates basic gymnastics including use of bars, beam, and practice with tramp and tumble-tracking. Progressions and lead-ups are the key factors at this level. Some of the basic skills learned for children will include: balancing skills, running, jumping, and leaping. There are three main levels for this class: beginner, intermediate and advanced; the participant level will be determined upon an entry assessment.
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