Annual Shore Soccer Olympics
This morning Shore Soccer completed their Summer RYPT season by competing in an inter squad “Olympics”. They were tested both mentally and physically and need strength, speed, and teamwork to complete each event. What we have found is that when competition is brought into the equation, the athletes band together and fight for each other. Leaders step out into the forefront and the younger athletes step up to the plate and show off their strengths. We are proud of how they competed today and look forward to seeing them play this season to make it a 4-Peat State Championship Run.
L E A D E R S H I P
As a facility we train those who come in solo, in pairs, in trios, and our favorite... in teams. We see athletes from different towns, high schools, colleges, organizations. Within these teams that train, there is sometimes someone who is recognized as the Leader.
After training solo SummerRYPT 2017, @taylorpopola29 came to our staff with the goal of getting her Wall High School Field Hockey Team in to train together for Summer 2018. Getting this group of ladies from #WallHighSchool was a pleasure for us this season. A big shoutout to @taylorpopola29 for being a great leader and bringing her team together to accomplish a goal. Can’t wait to see you ladies play on the field this season!
As Summer RYPT comes to a close and athletes head back to college and get ready for their high school seasons, they get an opportunity to test in the weight room.
Whether it’s a 1RM or 3-5RM these are lifts are personal records for most of these athletes. At RYPT we preach to do the little things right to get better every day. Getting just a little better each day will lead to the results they achieved at the end of the season. Swipe through these lifts and congratulate our athletes who crushed their Summer Program! #slightedge#PR#personalrecords#squat#clean#bench#strengthtraining#power#ncaa#college#athlete#lift#strong#sportsperformance#rypt
Also shoutout to @coachb_dubs (not pictured) for coming from Baltimore.
As a strength coach I get the opportunity to impact people’s lives everyday. Whether they are a freshman in high-school or a professional athlete, my job is to help them accomplish their goals.
This particular athlete has been training with me for around 4 years now and 2 years ago came to me with the goal of becoming a medalist in her sport (Tae Kwon Do).
As you can see, Wendy came away with 2 medals after U.S Nationals this past weekend. Not only did she medal, but she now has qualified herself to USA National Team Trials.
To my surprise, it wasn’t the gold medal in her age and weight class that brought her to tears. It was the bronze medal in the World Class division against athletes 20+ years younger than her.
Ultra 51-99yrs Heavyweight
World Class 18-32yrs Middleweight