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NYC Sports Person: FORCE Basketball’s Randy Orisma

FORCE Basketball combines a strength and conditioning program for all its athletes.

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Three Track Stars from the Manhattan Center for Science and Mathematics

Three freshman discuss what they like around being on their school’s track and field team.

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Play Rugby USA: Making A Difference for NYC Youth

Play Rugby USA uses sport to improve the lives of underprivileged youth in NYC.

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NYC Sports Person: Kids of Summer Sports’ Brian Handell

A native Upper West Sider now helps teach sports to local youth.

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Harlem Cheer Program Aims to Facilitate Young Girls’ Development

Harlem Girls Cheer works to develop girls into accomplished, active and confident women.

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Something Unique: SuperMe Makes Strength Training a Core Component of Its Youth Sports Programs

SuperMe offers young athletes a mix of strength and conditioning along with sport-specific skills training.

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Relaxing with Crocodiles, Stretching with Cobras; Yoga for Young Athletes

Yoga can help young athletes improve their flexibility, balance, strength while also reducing stress.

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Changeups Confuse Batters, But Don’t Harm Young Pitchers Arms

Throwing curveballs can damage the arms of young pitchers, so why not throw a changeup instead?

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Columbia University’s Little Lions Camp Teaches More Than Sports Skills

The camp prioritizes soft skills by using sports to teach campers to practice cooperation, compromise, problem solving, and adaptability.

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Riverside Park Summer Camps: A Sports Oasis Along the Hudson

Sponsored Content The Riverside Parks Conservancy has been operating sports camp in the parks since 2013. In addition to continuing its partnerships with long-standing sports […]

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