Basketball for Girls engaged in shooting and defending techniques, practicing the basics of dribbling, passing, and setting up offensive plays.
Learning two main moves used in fencing: lunging — the basic attacking mov — and parry — a defensive action where the fencer blocks the opponent's lunge — students get comfortable with the natural movements of the sport before jumping into equipment.
Students get a chance to row along Lake Housatonic with Yale Women's Crew Head Coach Will Porter. At the Gilder Boathouse, students also get a tour of the trophy room and learn about the history of rowing at Yale University.
Yale Women's Crew Head Coach, Will Porter, works with students on their stroke form and rhythm as they prepare to row on the open water.
Students practice baton passing, sprinting, and race walking.
During the tennis workshop, students compete against each other in singles.
Fencing students learn basic technique and partner up with their peers to practice their parries, lunges, and attacks.
Students get competitive and show their drive to win in a fast-paced game of flag football.
In the soccer workshop, students run drills for ball handling, footwork, and speed. They scrimmage to test their skills.
Students learn the fundamental poses in yoga and are introduced to the basic principles on how to meditate.