Attention 8th graders: Get ready to be put through the fitness ringer.
“Training and maintenance has never been more important than it is today,” Hoopfest Executive Director Matt Santangelo says. “Our partnership between Spokane AAU and Rockwood allows us to not only educate, but provide expertise in injury recovery and athletic development.”
The professional training serves as a great prelude to the Shootout Spring Classic, which begins the day after.
Rockwood Director of Sports Performance and former professional and collegiate strength coach Tommy B-K will lead the wide variety of events at Training Night. Those events run the gamut:
INJURY CLINIC: Get evaluated and treated on site by a certified physical athletic trainer, orthopedic provider and physical therapist.
ATHLETIC CHALLENGE: Test participants’ competitive edge, strength and endurance through sports vision, balance and more — each player will receive a free training session. Prizes are available to participants, one of which being a free month of performance training for the top male and female score.
NUTRITION: Nutrition and performance go hand-in-hand. Learn about its effect on performance and recovery. Every athlete will receive a free sports nutrition handbook.
COACHES & PARENTS: Rockwood provides a plethora of services for both individual athletes and teams. Tommy B-K will be present to speak with participants!
PERFORMANCE TRAINING: To cap off the challenge, Rockwood staff will be available for additional training.
Who: 8th graders, coaches and parents
When: Friday, February 24, 2017 from 7:00 p.m. to 9:00 p.m.
Where: Rockwood Sports Performance
122 W. Montgomery Road
Spokane, WA 99207