For moms and dads who are looking for a great summer activity for their kids, you should check out MILO Summer Sports Clinics. Starting April to end of May, MILO will have clinics on over 20 cities in the Philippines, with activities like badminton, chess, football, gymnastics, karatedo, swimming, table tennis, taekwondo, tennis, and volleyball.
Let your kids live the same active lifestyle as yourself! Check out http://www.milo.com.ph for more details.
GREAT THINGS START EVERY SUMMER!
MILO Heats up the Summer with Sports Programs for Future Young Filipino Achievers
MILO once again makes summer the perfect time for active play with the MILO Summer Sports Clinics. With its goal to make children into champions, MILO ensures that the participants of its trusted sports programs not only get the training they need to become future world-class athletes but also the necessary values that they would need to succeed in life such as determination, commitment and teamwork.
Beginning April until the end of May, MILO will be opening its sports clinics in over 20 cities all over the Philippines. Kids ages 7 years old – 16 years old have 10 different sports to choose from: badminton, chess, football, gymnastics, karatedo, swimming, table tennis, taekwondo, tennis, and volleyball. Every day, for 2 – 3 hours, each child will be enjoying their summer playing the sport that they love and learning to be the best person they can be.
“MILO goes beyond our role to develop a child’s physical growth,” said MILO Sports Executive Andrew Neri. “Instead, our sports clinics combine sports excellence with character-forming values that will hopefully lead to the maturity of well-rounded young adults.”
To improve on the quality of the MILO Summer Sports Clinics, MILO has centralized the locations to ensure that more children will have access to the best coaches and the most effective training methods for a wide range of sports.
For moms and dads who think children should remain busy and active over the summer vacation, getting children involved in sports would be a more enjoyable and productive alternative to hours of watching TV or playing computer and video games. “Summer sports activities are an excellent cure for the summer slack,” says Melanie Nicolas, corporate executive and mother of two. “I won’t have to worry about my children becoming overweight from lack of exercise, or growing bored from not having anything challenging to do.”
Parents who believe in giving their children the opportunity to learn new skills and over the summer can rest assured knowing that MILO Sports Clinics have a more systematic training regimen that are better catered to improving individual skills and sharpen values like discipline, fair play, self – control, and honesty.
Visit http://www.milo.com.ph or call (02) 353-5090, (02) 966-6333, and (0917) 589-9880 to register for any of the sports clinics this summer of 2012.