HONOLULU (HawaiiNewsNow) - For the 13th year Hawaii Speed and Quickness camps are underway at Kaiser high school. The camp is headed by former NFL player and University of Hawaii player and coach Rich Miano and a host of former Warrior athletes.
According to its website:
Hawaii Speed and Quickness is a 501(c)(3) non-profit organization that has been serving Hawaii's youth and families since 2000. The clinics were first established in order to instruct Hawaii youths looking to gain a competitive edge through innovative and state-of-the-art training techniques designed to improve an athlete's speed, quickness, agility and balance. The company has since expanded to include an array of services targeting at-risk youth and disadvantaged communities. HSQ's services have included recreational programming; speed and agility clinics; evening school based clinics for parents, coaches and community members; group mentoring with University of Hawaii student-athletes at schools and clinics; weekend and after school programming and the creation and implementation of a drug prevention campaign that visits elementary schools with student-athletes.
For more information visit this website.