BALLMATICS ELITE AAU REP BASKETBALL
Youth basketball players on our BallMatics Elite teams in grades 7-12 (U13, U14, U15, U16, U17) can further develop their skills and ability to compete at a high level, while also learning about bullying prevention with MLSE HuddleUp program as well as tutorial assistance/study group sessions.
Our Elite Basketball program includes 4 hours of weekly basketball training and 1 hour of academic team meetings.
Our Elite AAU / REP Basketball teams will compete in exhibition games, regional league competition and other circuits, pending the ‘Return to Basketball’ and municipal and provincial Public Health guidelines.
- Mondays 6-8pm or 7:30-9:30pm
- Wednesdays 6-8pm or 7:30-9:30pm
- BallMatics Academy at 950 Dupont St.
About the BallMatics Elite AAU REP Basketball Team
The student-athletes on the BallMatics Elite teams enter a fun environment where they are being prepared for high performance sports and academia. The focus of our basketball program is to prepare these student-athletes to compete at the university level upon leaving high school in the years ahead. This process starts now.
Our typical AAU REP basketball team practices will include elite level skill work with speed, power, agility, reaction and quickness training. Plyometric training is also used to increase each player’s athletic ability. Fundamental and advanced basketball skills are added to the practice schedule daily. Most sessions round out with team concepts to build on all previous activities.
One practice a week will have an academic component included in the schedule. Each lesson is closely linked to the activities on court. This keeps our student-athletes aware of how sport is connected to real life. Our methods are designed to instill enthusiasm in academics and allow our student-athletes to be prepared to attain academic and athletic success.
We look forward to hosting your child at our REP basketball tryouts and hopefully developing them as part of one of our teams in the near future!
Is a REP Basketball team that marries athletics with academics right for your budding basketball prodigy? Simply put yes!
Every elite athlete needs to be academically qualified to accept an athletic scholarship. Often caregivers to exceptional talents spend a great deal focusing on helping develop and nurture their athletic abilities and forget about their need to also develop academically.
Our REP AAU Basketball team differs from most in this area. We place equal emphasis on our player’s athletic and academic development. Their level of achievement is measured based on both areas of development.