Summer is right around the corner and it’s the perfect time to get your kids outside to play in the warm weather! There are many reasons why your kids should be playing outside, from running and getting exercise to making messes in the outdoors instead of doing it in the house. The biggest benefit for playing outside is getting regular exercise instead of being inactive indoors during the warmest months of the year.
Are you looking into different ways to spend your summer? Do you love the outdoors and sports? No matter what your game is, installing a Sport Court® brand athletic court may just be what you’re looking for to help you improve the quality of your family life and your sport during the summer.
Trampolines offer so much room and space for versatile activities for kids and adults. They make a great space for everyone to fine-tune their motor skills and to increase balance and coordination in an exciting and thrilling way. For ideas on games and exercises, look no further than here.
This time of year, basketball season is in full swing. Unfortunately, with this popular sport comes a number of common injuries. Whether you play in a league, on weekends for fun, or just watch your children enjoy the sport, you are probably familiar with the sprains, swelling and bruises that come along with this and many other recreational activities.
With the temperatures plummeting and as the holidays approach, many people enjoy staying in the comfort of their own homes. This can be a dilemma for families who love being active, but with an indoor sport court, they don’t have to feel torn between comfort and adventure. For the kids, an at-home sport court is the perfect place to be active and adventurous.
Adding a court to your home may more simple than you think. Whether you are building a new home, adding an addition, or remodeling a space, building an indoor court takes can be an exciting addition to your home. Families throughout Minnesota and Wisconsin are enjoying the ability to use their indoor Sport Court year round.
If you have ever run or played basketball on a concrete court, you have noticed how hard it can be on your legs. Playing basketball on concrete can, over an extended period of time, lead to shin splints, joint pain (especially at the knees) and stress fractures. Concrete has no give and absorbs all of our impact without giving anything back – not to mention can do quite a bit of damage to your arms and legs if you happen to take a bad fall.
Make the most of your performance this upcoming season by practicing drills in your free time. Stickhandling is a fundamental skill that many players can easily improve upon and it’s a simple skill that you can practice off the rink. Practice these exercises for a few minutes each day on your Sport Court to improve your hockey skills.