Thousands of youth lacrosse players in the Philadelphia area are looking for indoor facilities to improve their skills. Even during the summer months, there are days in which it is impossible to play lacrosse outside. Whether it is the heat and humidity or afternoon thunderstorm that is extremely dangerous, there is always an advantage to practicing inside. When looking for the best indoor sports facility in Philadelphia look no further than Surge Sports Training facility.
While this sports facility advertises for youth baseball and soccer there is enough field space to practice your lacrosse skills. Whether you are a travel coach looking for space for your team or a father that wants to get some stick skills in during the winter months, Surge Sports Training facility is a great option. Not only is there plenty of field space, but the facility also offers an app that allows athletes to track their progress.
Philadelphia is home to some of the best women’s high school lacrosse players in the country. Whether you hope your daughter goes to Penn State, Penn, Maryland, UNC, Navy or Syracuse, they are going to have to go above and beyond to improve their games. This cannot be done if they take several months off every fall, winter and early spring. They need a lacrosse stick in their hands every day of the year.
Take the time to research a number of different options before deciding to shell over hundreds of dollars for field space. The best strategy is to find a coach that is already “buying” field space for the winter months. One on one or team sessions may cost $50 to $100 a session but it ends up being worth it because your daughter will get the coaching along with the field space. If you are going to have to rent the field space anyway, you might as well have a personal coach assist your daughter with certain aspects of the game of lacrosse.
Give Surge Sports Training a call and schedule to your the facility today. We are certain you will end up using them during the tough winter months in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania.