There is a certified Athletic Trainer at every NXT camp and training to keep kids safe. And all NXT coaches must be PA-Act 153 Certified.
Play Fast Camp is NXT's fundamental-level four-day camp for boys ages 7-14 who want to tune-up their skills and elevate their game.
For players of all levels and positions, including goalie, the carefully-designed Play Fast curriculum skips the lines and puts players through fast-paced, high-energy drills. The 8-to-1 player-to-coach ratio keeps things moving.
In the morning players work on individual skill development and team concepts, with the afternoon dedicated to team bonding, splash games, and scrimmages.
The Proving Grounds
725 Conshohocken Rd
Conshohocken, PA 19428
•Stick, helmet, pads
Play Fast camp is all about having fun and playing lacrosse. Spend the week with your friends and teammates, develop your fundamental skills and then battle it out during afternoon games!
Our original Trashcan Lacrosse game is a camp favorite! This possession game teaches ball movement, stick skills, and working off ball!
We provide the perfect balance of lacrosse instruction with fun camp camaraderie. Whether it's cooling off with the water balloon toss or clocking your fastest shot, we have competitions and giveaways that keep players engaged and having fun!
•Proper stick mechanics for throwing and catching
•Ground balls: approach, battle & maintaining possession
•Shooting: technical breakdown of feet, hips & arms
•Defensive footwork & positioning
•Understanding game situations on offense & defense
•Possession: understanding off-ball movement & cutting
•Goalies: form, positioning, angles,& quickness
•Full pad drills
• Daily contests
•Campers should bring their own lunch
•Trashcan Lacrosse demo rules review
•Trashcan Lacrosse tournament
•Wrap-Up, check-out and dismissal
As our community continues to recover from the COVID-19 pandemic, we are excited to return to a semblance of normalcy and initiate our summer camps in a somewhat traditional style. The guidelines provided below are based on guidance from the Pennsylvania Department of Health, the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, and US Lacrosse Return to Play Recommendations. As we work to return to normal, this new normal will likely be different than what we are used to. We must continue to combat the spread of COVID-19 to protect our stakeholders and to prevent an outbreak from occurring and setting our community back.