Published on: 9/12/2022 11:00
(Toronto, On) On Point Basketball is proud to announce a sponsorship/partnership with Oakville-based sports floor specialists Total Sport Solutions Inc (TSS). The collaboration will see On Point basketball assist in marketing and sales initiatives for Total Sport Solutions. This includes posting original social media content as well as producing basketball events to help build awareness within the basketball community and beyond about one of the fastest growing sports flooring companies in the province, Total Sport Solutions.
Published on: 10/31/2021 15:37
Published on: 9/3/2021 14:12
Wow, September already! Another summer almost over and soon we will be looking for outdoor winter activities to keep our families active, engaged and healthy. Have you ever thought about putting up a backyard rink for the winter?
A backyard rink can keep the kids active, entertained and outside for hours. Total Sport Solutions is your local dealer for NiceRink, the #1 backyard rink company! We have all you need for a basic rink right up to creating the ultimate backyard rink! If you can dream it, we can make it happen.
Published on: 7/30/2021 16:12
Teaching children about collaboration and team work at a young age is extremely important. And team sports are a great way to keep kids active and entertained, develop important skills that will help them in their futures and build character. Sports like basketball, soccer, and hockey provide children with a community of friends and peers that offer a support system outside of their homes or school. Below we’ve listed some benefits of team sports!
Published on: 6/25/2021 10:00
Our annual inspection program is designed to make sure your backyard court and the components are functioning safely and operating optimally for your ongoing family fun! Recommend that we come out once per year to inspect and adjust your court and equipment
Published on: 10/23/2020 06:00
Encourage them to be Active in Sports
We all have high hopes for our children. Our goal is that they will grow into well-rounded adults. We make sacrifices and provide them with the best opportunities possible. Sometimes, we are stuck in a fight for their attention because of television, video games, and other sedentary activities. Win the battle and make active fitness a priority.
Published on: 10/11/2020 06:00
As parents, we understand that the fundamentals of life start at home. We spend time caring for and encouraging our babies to crawl, our toddlers to dress themselves, and our teenagers to reach for the stars. We know what to do when they react with
frustration because they don’t accomplish putting on their shoes. We gently come alongside them and encourage them to try again. We do that same thing when we watch their sports games, too – don’t we? Not necessarily! Sometimes, we act much like a
toddler and less like an adult when we sit along the sidelines and scream out as our kids play their match.
Published on: 8/19/2020 09:37
Playing a sport teaches children the value of hard work and sportsmanship. It also prepares your athlete for their future when they take up a job and must work with a boss over them. The discipline of regular practices and teamwork cannot be understated. However, within the four leading roles of sports: player, referee, coach, and spectator, a nefarious new position has crept onto the scene – the sideline coach. There are many skills that games teach our children, but the sideline coach can negate all of them.
Published on: 5/16/2020 07:38
One thing that the COVID-19 pandemic has taught us is that when it is time to pivot, we can. Think about how many Canadians started working from home. We have learned to use curbside service for eating out and ordering online has become the primary
way of making purchases, groceries included. Families have the opportunity to bond with dinner around the table and a game of hoops in the driveway. Dedicated athletes have changed their regular training in the gym for home options. The same holds
for your budding Olympic contender.
Published on: 4/27/2020 11:16
Summer is the season of fun in the sun. Many children get to spend weeks away at various summer camps. From basketball to tennis to art, fostering a love for physical activity and culture remains a rite of passage for youth. However, this year may be
a little different as Canadians around the country live through the restrictions of social distancing during the COVID-19 crisis. Parents now face the difficult decision of what to do with their kids since camp may not be in the cards.
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