These Club programs help develop fitness, a positive use of leisure time, reduction of stress, appreciation for the environment and social and interpersonal skills.
Triple Play is a dynamic wellness program currently being offered in Boys & Girls Clubs that demonstrates how eating right, keeping fit and forming positive relationships add up to a healthy lifestyle. The goal of the Triple Play program is to improve Club members' knowledge of healthy habits; increase the number of hours per day they participate in physical activities; and strengthen their ability to interact positively with others and engage in positive relationships. Program componenets include: Healthy Habits Nutrition Curriculum, daily challenges, sports clubs, Triple Play games and social recreation.
At the Boys & Girls Clubs of Las Vegas, not only are there ongoing Basketball leagues, children also participate in softball, soccer, volleyball, floor hockey, weightlifting, football and a variety of other recreational sports. Other programs we run include:
The Golf Club - A resource guide for establishing a junior golf program. This junior golf program introduces young people to a sport they can play throughout their lives and teaches valuable life lessons.
Lifetime Sports - A sports program that members can continue to participate in throughout their lives, such as badminton, croquet, bocci, and bowling.
NIKE Challenges - Physical education challenges in basketball, jump rope and fitness offered by the Boys & Girls Club of America and the NIKE Corporation.
Elite Tennis Program - (All ages) A competitive tennis program funded by the Andre Agassi Foundation. A qualified tennis staff teaches a select few members how to play tennis and then takes them on the road to compete.
Fitness Authority - (12 week program) (ages 6-9; 10-14;15-18) Boys & Girls Clubs of America partnering with The Sports Authority, Inc. developed a program to promote fitness in all youth. From obstacle courses to celebrity interviews to a host of new games, this program has members on their feet and cheering for fitness.