Over 440 young athletes participated in the Kids & Pros HeadsUp Football Clinics, presented by Childress Institute for Pediatric Trauma and the Matthew Gfeller Foundation in North Carolina in May. The Clinics were Locally supported by Wake Forest Baptist Health Davie and Lexington Medical Centers, and took place May 16th at Davie County HS and May 17th at North Davidson High School, 2-5 PM each day.
The Kids & Pros Heads Up Football Clinics included over 285 parents in attendance during the Parent Informational Sessions and over 440 youth participants for the inaugural set of clinics in NC! It was a fabulous team partnership from start to finish, boasting one of the largest two-day events in Kids & Pros’ history.
Several parents had nothing but high praises for the clinic and the instruction to help their kids learn a safer way to play football, to help avoid injuries.
“The Kids & Pros Heads Up Clinic was a wonderful teaching tool for young athletes. There is genuine concern for the welfare of the kids. This organization brought energy and excitement, and provided well-orchestrated training tips for coaching and youth. The kids had a blast while learning proper form and technique.” –Angie Trojane, parent.
“The Heads Up Clinic has provided a great foundation for my son. He will be able to take what he has learned from this clinic and build from it. The Coaches have instilled in him what it takes to be a great and smart player as he begins to play the sport he has always loved.”
–Kerstin Steinour, parent
“We appreciate Kids and Pros conducting this clinic. My 10 year old son is a new football player and is it important to us that he learn the proper techniques to avoid injury. Thanks so much!!”
— Dawn Courson, parent
Photos courtesy Childress Institute of Pediatric Trauma and Bo Calilung Photography