This post will tell you all about how to run a successful [tag]Girls Basketball Camp[/tag].  The key to running an effective [tag]youth[/tag] [tag]basketball camp[/tag] is dividng up the athletes into groups and running skill-focused stations with targeted [tag]basketball drills[/tag].  Below is a complete guide to running stations at your next girls basketball camp.

My Camp Plan features 8 Stations, each with an Introductory workout (called workout A) and a more advanced workout (called workout B).  The “A” workouts will be completed on Monday and Tuesday, and the “B” workouts on Wednesday and Thursday.

To start, divide the camp into 4 smaller groups.  Try to keep players of similar age, size, and skill level in the same groups.  If it is a larger camp (more than 50 players), use 8 groups, and run two sets of Stations at the same time.

The morning of each day will be divided up into 4 forty-five minute sessions.  At each session, a different group will work out at each one of the stations.  At the end of each session, the groups will rotate to the next station.  By the end of the morning, each group will have spent one complete session at each station.  So, for example, Group 1 would be at Shooting from 8:15 to 9:00, then at Rebounding from 9:00 to 9:45, then (after a break) at Ballhandling from 10:00 to 10:45, then at Passing from 10:45 to 11:30.  As Group 1 rotates through each station, Groups 2, 3, and 4 do the same thing.