Summer Camp

Sign up for Summer Paintball Day Camp.

August 14 – 18 2017, 9:00am – 3:00pm

 

During the 5 day camp members will learn:

Basic Drills and fundamentals.

Advanced team drills.

Reffing and Field Safety

Game Format, Goals and winning Strategy.

Equipment designs and functions.

Equipment maintenance and repair.

Mock Tournament.

 

Basic Drills and fundamentals.

Drills are only effective if they are executed correctly and the player understands the benefit of each drill.   The instructor will explain in detail a number of drills and what points of the drills to focus on to maximize results.

 

Advanced Team Drills.

Paintball is a team sport.   Team co-ordination and communication are essential for success.   These drills will help teach players how to best handle defensive and offensive situations.   In depth explanation and focus points are examined in detail.

 

Reffing and Field Safety.

Even if being an official for paintball is not desired, player will have a better understanding of the game once viewed thru the eyes of the refs.  Training players to be officials and how to officiate will provide experience and understanding how officials will rule situations and why.   We will be touching on the different rules of competition paintball and definitions of terms used in paintball.

Safety is a priority and prevention is the focus here.

 

Game Format, Goals and winning Strategy.

There are a variety of formats in paintball.   We will discuss the differences and the objectives of each.   Players will learn how to apply the basic and advanced drills already learned to help win games and more importantly tournaments.

 

Equipment designs and functions.

Players will receive explanations of the purpose and function of each part of the “engine” in their paintball markers, hoppers and even masks.

 

Equipment maintenance and repair.

Players will be shown how to service and maintain all their own equipment.

Players will also be given some guidelines for trouble shooting and quick repairs.

 

Mock Tournament.

Players will apply all the rules, drills and strategy in an event planned, officiated and for themselves.   Players will ref some games and play others.   Applying everything learned that week in a real tournament situation.