VANCOUVER ALL STARS BASEBALL
Vancouver All Stars Baseball is the premier spring & summer baseball camp for boys and girls ages 5 – 13 to learn, develop and grow through the sport of baseball. Nearly 5,000 boys and girls have taken part in British Columbia’s #1 summer baseball experience! In addition to local children wishing to learn and improve their ball skills, we have hosted enthusiastic baseball players from around the globe, and have trained Hollywood actor Zac Efron & child actor Charlie Tahan for their roles in the movie Charlie St. Cloud. Vancouver All Stars Baseball has been featured in: The Globe & Mail Life, Telus TV my Community health & wellness, Shaw Television, the Vancouver Courier, the Vancouver Shinpo, Nikkei TV and more!
Vancouver All Stars strives to provide a fun, safe and exciting environment that fosters fundamental baseball skills and techniques for young, aspiring athletes in the Vancouver community.
In addition to improving their overall playing ability, players will develop an understanding of:
Teamwork | Leadership | Goal Setting | Communication | Cooperation
We believe sport is an excellent way for children to learn and to grow. It’s ok to make mistakes; learning is a lifelong process that takes time and commitment.
To achieve success as an individual, Vancouver All Stars Baseball Camp values:
- Having fun!
- Believing in your ability as a player.
- Always giving a full effort.
We also believe that participating in sport at a young age can encourage a healthy lifestyle. As a part of the baseball and leadership activities, each day includes:
- Healthy snack times
- Strength/flexibility exercises
- Cardiovascular exercise
Vancouver All Stars is for ages 5-13.
We encourage players of all skill levels to attend:
- Players are grouped according to age & ability.
- Favourable player to instructor ratio.
Paul has been working with children in sports for well over 15 years. As a NCCP certified baseball coach, Paul has been actively involved with baseball in the Vancouver community after having continued to play the sport at a competitive level for nearly 20 years.
As a graduate of the University of British Columbia’s specialized Bachelor of Human Kinetics program, Paul brings an in depth knowledge of the fundamental baseball skills and movements necessary to learn the game, as well as an understanding of advanced baseball techniques and training methods. Additionally, Paul is knowledgeable in coaching methodology; exercise and sport bio-mechanics; kinesthetic learning; physical education; health, leisure & wellness; as well as sports development & management.