YOUTH DEVELOPMENT IS ONE OF OUR CORE VALUES.
Thank you so much for your patience as we work through all of the logistics of this turbulent time. We hope to be able to offer our youth and teen programs again soon!
The YMCA believes it is important to offer a variety of activities to promote good mental and physical health in our youth. We are constantly striving to create new programs that will enhance the wellbeing of area youth.
The YMCA is more than a gym, we're a community!
Summer Sprinter's Camp
1st-3rd Grade Levels
Tuesdays/Thursdays, June 10-July 22. 2:00 -3:30pm
4th-9th Grade Levels
Tuesdays/Thursdays, June 10-July 22. 6:30 - 8:00pm
This camp will teach male and female sprinters how to improve in all aspects of sprinting.
Sprinters will be separated into groups according to skill level.
Coach La Day will be in charge of letting students know which group they will participate in.
SESSION PLAN – The most important thing in coaching is the relationship between the athlete and the coach. There needs to
be trust, respect, and integrity. These elements provide the framework for a healthy and productive experience for both the
coach and the athlete. I develop training around building core strength using bodyweight (especially for young athletes). I
also teach proper stretching of the hips, glutes, hamstrings, and quads. Once the athlete’s body is ready to handle the stress
of a sprint workout, we move into sprinting. – Coach David LaDay
Opportunities to compete: (Optional For 4th -9th Grader Level)
● USATF Jr. Olympic State Meet - June 18-19 - Papillion South HS
● USATF Jr. Olympic Regional Meet - July 9-11 - Papillion South HS
● Cornhusker State Games - July 23-25 - Lincoln, NE
LOCATION – Training will take place at Heedum Field's Track
COST – $150 for FFYMCA members; $175 for non-members
REGISTRATIONS – Please register and pay on our website – fremontfamilyymca.org
YMCA PROGRAM DIRECTOR – Evan Hunt, 402.721.6952, email@example.com
THIS CLASS WILL BE TAUGHT BY David LaDay. Coach LaDay has coached kids ages 8 to 18 for more than 20 years. He’s
coached for the Jr. Olympics, at the middle school and high school levels. Coach LaDay played football at Stratford High
School in Houston, Texas, in the same program that produced D1 college and NFL players such as Craig James, David
Klinger, and Andrew Luck. While in college in Minnesota, he was a four-year letter winner with all-conference honors each
year. He qualified for nationals for three years in the 100M and 200M. He also achieved all-American honorable mention honors.
After college, he played two years of semi-pro football for the Minnesota Maulers. In both years, the team went undefeated
and he received all-star honors. He has coached football at all levels and was a part of the conference championship and
state qualifying team at Edison High School in Minneapolis in the mid-1990s. Currently, he is the sprint and relays coach at
Fremont Middle School.
FREMONT FAMILY YMCA MISSION: God has given us the pathway to life and health through Jesus Christ and the Holy Scriptures.
It is the mission of the Fremont Family YMCA to help put these Christian principles into practice through programs that help build a healthy spirit, mind, and body for all.
NO YOUTH DENIED: Any child may belong to the YMCA regardless of income or family situation. If you know of a child who would like to belong, please notify the YMCA