Monthly Skills & Conditioning

We offer both beginner and intermediate/advanced classes. If you are looking to get introduced to the game of basketball, the beginner class will help guide the individual in learning basic skills. If you are a more developed player the intermediate/advanced level class will teach you the skills to help enhance your game.

This program is a series of month-long clinics which are offered all year long and designed to develop and improve the individual skills of the player. The best way to improve is to repeat skills and drills over and over again. San Diego Sol has developed a program that helps players of all abilities and skill levels improve their basketball skills. Players will be grouped according to age and skill level.

Who Should Join?

  • Boys and girls ages 6-14
  • Beginning players – learn the game the right way
  • Intermediate to advanced players – fine tune your skills
  • Basically anyone who wants to get better at basketball


  • Beginner Class – 4-5pm Tue/Thu
  • Intermediate/Advanced Class 5:15-6:15pm Tue/Thu
  • Alliant International Univ.
    10455 Pomerado Road
    San Diego, CA 92131
  • Bring a basketball and a water bottle
  • 2 Week Sessions – $80
  • Sol Member – $70
  • Registration closes the Friday before each event at 8pm.
  • No walk-ins accepted
  • No refunds or transfers. All sales final.
  • At this time NO parents inside the gym. Our live video system will be available through Playsight.

Saftey Protocols

June 1st – Tentative start date

2020 Beginner Classes (4pm-5pm) Tuesdays & Thursdays

This is for all beginners regardless of age.

Register now for beginners!!

Registrations will be open once we receive clearance from the Governor.

2020 Intermediate/Advanced Classes (5:15pm-6:15pm) Tuesdays & Thursdays

Only players with a basic set of skills can participate.

Register now for Intermediate/Advanced!

Registrations will be open once we receive clearance from the Governor.

The skills and conditioning that Sol offers twice a week really taught me the central skills early on. I got really familiar with great footwork and the fundamentals of basketball. I did the youth skills every Tuesday and Thursday, and when I got in high school, I did the older skills as well. Sometimes I would double up and do both on the same day, and after high school skills ended, I went back to the younger skills and conditioning to keep my ball handling and footwork up. That really helped.
Sierra Campisano, Univ. of Oregon Scholarship Player