Ball Sports

Youth sports are going to teach young players a lot more than how to shoot a basketball, how to kick a soccer ball or how to catch a football. There are a lot of life lessons players will learn on their journey through participation in youth sports.

These life lessons are by far the most important part of participation in youth sports. Not winning a few basketball tournaments or making a highly competitive team. But learning to be a “Professional” in any sport, starts with youth clubs and programs that focus on the growth and maturity not just skill development, but the importance of life lessons around sports culture.



Motion Lady Basketball program is about teaching young girls to become positive role models in their communities through sportsmanship, leadership on and off the court and community involvement programs. Any and every young lady is welcome to become a part of these amazing teams of inspired and inspiring people.

Using sports as another form of an outlet keeps children active while having fun and learning valuable life skills through play.  Growing up as a young person can have some challenges.  Education, household and community environments are a few pressures that if not nurtured properly can leave youth with the feeling of inadequacy. Sports is a great tool to help increase self-esteem and self-confidence in children.  It also builds character in social settings.  Social skills are learned and/or enhanced through team sports while assisting children in growing into successful contributors in the community.

Things we focus on are:

  • Respect for others
  • Communications
  • Teamwork
  • Ability to understand and follow rules
  • Problem solving
  • Leadership
  • Independence
  • Positive approaches and attitudes
  • Sports is not only an aid to children and youth in their development process but gives them the necessary skills to be successful later in life.

Our objective is to develop the fundamental basketball and volleyball skills of overseas players in a competitive environment through guidance training from former professional players and trained coaches.

More information to come when IADE takes place.

Our Youth in Motion council inspires other youth and young adults to achieve personal growth, community excellence, and social consciousness. AYM provides programs that nourish young people’s physical development, mentorship and leadership skills, education and career paths, while paving a path for community engagement.

We are committed to bridging opportunities to help our youth learn and to be more involved in their community.

Programs include:

  • Youth employment (YMCA / Focus on Youth)
  • Homework Club (Boys and Girls Club)
  • Community Clean Up
  • Motion Open Gym
  • Motion Family Day & BBQ