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Life Is A Team Sport

Many of you have played a team sport some time in your life.  Remember the lessons you learned – and then forgot when you ventured into the “adult world” called life?  As a 49 year old woman and coach of teens, I am humbled and reminded by my athletes every day: 1.  We can’t do […]

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From the Mouths of Babes – What Parents of FEMALE Athletes Need to Know

As a fitness professional for over 25 years and the Training and Conditioning Coach for the WTWoodson Crew Team for the last 6 years, I have put together articles that I think will benefit parents (and coaches) for high school athletes.  Enjoy!! While coaching this season, I was asked by some of the male coaches […]

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Work ‘m Hard but Treat them with Respect – Training Adolescent Athletes

As a fitness professional for over 25 years, a personal trainer for over 20 years, and a high school coach for the last six years, I believe in working athletes to their potential.  In these last six years, I have run the gamut in training/coaching techniques.  Training 80+ adolescents at one time is not like […]

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The Heart of an Athlete – What Parents of High School Athletes Need to Know – Part III

As a fitness professional for over 25 years and the Training and Conditioning Coach for the WTWoodson Crew Team for the last 6 years, I have put together a few articles that I think will benefit parents (and coaches) for high school athletes.  Enjoy!! The Heart of an Athlete It takes a physically, mentally, and […]

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Good versus Bad Pain – What Parents of High School Athletes Need to Know – Part II

As a fitness professional for over 25 years and the Training and Conditioning Coach for the WTWoodson Crew Team for the last 6 years, I have put together a few articles that I think will benefit parents (and coaches) for high school athletes.  Enjoy!! Good versus Bad Pain Note:  I am NOT a doctor and […]

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