We W.I.L.L. Thru Sports would like to update our parents, students and other supporters during this unprecedented time. Since youth sports help build communities and our at-risk youth; of course, we have put our programs on hold until further notice.
We W.I.L.L. Thru Sports Covid-19
With everything on hold due to school closures; our after school program has been put on pause. To read more about this program, be sure to visit our We Will After School Program post.
Although these are uncertain times, it is important we keep our spirits up. To learn more about the Covid-19, check out our Coronavirus Sports Cancellations post. Not only is our program on hold; but the entire world has put all sports programs on hold until further notice.
In this worldwide pandemic, we want to remind everyone that our sports programs will be an important part of everyone’s recovery.
We W.I.L.L. Thru Sports Plans
With things in a state of influx; Henry Perez is working on a weekly video program. In this new program, we are developing content that will be relevant to all parents and our youth.
At the same time, this program will help all kids who participate in our program activities. Henry will be demonstrating drills and exercises for everyone to practice at home.
With Henry’s expertise and skills, he will be including body conditioning and calisthenics. Also, he will be introducing a new program – the Championship Mindset. Moreover, this program is a technique he will be using to teach our youth how to have a winning attitude.
Because our Regulators basketball tryouts were almost complete; we also had to put this on hold as well. Of course, we’re hoping to connect with all young people through our platform and welcome your participation.
We W.I.L.L. Thru Sports hopes to give our young people a platform where they can connect and learn from a distance.
Until our next update, we hope everyone remains safe and checks out our up and coming weekly blog posts and social media posts. Moreover, we will continue to report on our latest developments in youth sports and physical activities relating to the coronavirus.