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September 30, 2022

Mom Report: Big Shots Sports Training

Bump, set, spike, dribble, pass, kick and putt!  My 6-year-old is a sports fanatic!  He loves testing his skills in sports he knows as well as trying out new ones.  Whether you’re looking to practice for a specific sport or a little bit for many sports, Big Shots is your place to go!  Located in the same facility as Recreations Outlet in Milford, they offer training in basketball, soccer, volleyball, lacrosse and golf.  The goal of Big Shots is to offer sports training experiences to help improve the skills of individual or small groups.  You can rent courts and fields, participate in classes/clinics, or reserve the court, turf, or both, for a birthday party.  They offer sessions for kids and adults.

My son and I checked out Big Shots during one of the multi-sport clinics.  Two-and-a-half hours of sports training!  I had one happy and tired boy.  The multi sport clinic consisted of 30 minutes of soccer, 30 minutes of basketball, 30 of volleyball, 30 of golf, and the final 30 minutes to practice the sport(s) of your choice for just $35.  They organized each group by age, so my son got to learn and practice with kids with similar abilities while improving his skills and increasing his vocabulary.  While golfing he learned the word vertical, which he has been using correctly since.  Parents are welcome to stay during multi-sport clinics, but they are also able to drop and go.  My son said, “I want to go back because it was so fun.  It was so big with so many things to do.  I learned new things like bumping, spiking, and passing.”  He enjoyed transitioning from sport to sport and he’s excited to show off his new skills at his next day of gym class, too!

Big Shots Sports Training is located at 885 OH-28, Milford.  Call 513-244-7468 or visit bigshotstraining.com.  

About the Author

Tina Pratt

Tina Pratt is the mom of two littles. She is a former PreK- 5 special education teacher that now works as a behavior coach. She enjoys being a tourist in her own town and finding ways to embed lessons into everyday fun!