In line with Alaska’s advocacies, the Alaska Power Camps returned this week with Basketball and Volleyball in Ateneo de Manila University. Open
to children aged 3-18 for Football and 5-18 for Basketball, the Power Camps develop not just athletic skills, but the values of self-discipline, teamwork, hard work, and determination.
The Alaska Basketball Power Camp will be conducted until May in selected areas. Participants will surely learn a lot from the program, specially designed by PBA legend and Alaska Aces Assistant Coach Jeffrey Cariaso. Each Power Camp (with the exception of Batangas) will culminate in the Alaska Basketball Cup, a 2-day tournament that aims to test and implement the skills learned by the participants.
The Alaska Basketball Power Camp tipped off at Ateneo De Manila University on April 19, with upcoming Camps scheduled for Lucena, Baguio, Subic, Batangas, and Cebu. Click here for more information and registration details.
Former De La Salle Lady Spiker Michelle Gumabao heads up the Alaska Volleyball Power Camp, which also opened on April 19 at Ateneo De Manila University, with further dates to be announced here.
For the Alaska Football Power Camp, former Real Madrid player Tomas Lozano returns as Camp Director to implement his own unique training program, which will likewise feature a culminating event in the form of the 2017 Summer Football Festival. The Football Power Camps kick off at the Alabang Country Club from April 4 to May 27 and will be held every Tuesday and Thursday from 4 pm to 6 pm. For details on more locations, such as BGC Turf Football Field, as well as locations outside Manila, such as Pagsanjan, Tarlac, and Baguio click here.