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Let Me Tell You A Story About Superhuman Jacqui

Post by Sean Kelly on July 28, 2015

I want you to close your eyes and imagine that you have a daughter who falls in love with the game of soccer.  She decides at a young age that her goal is to play soccer in college. She puts her heart and soul into becoming the best player she can be. She is very […]

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Hip Mobility For Explosive Speed

Post by Sean Kelly on July 14, 2015

F a c t – S p e e d   K i l l s !! The faster, most explosive, most agile athlete is usually the one that comes out on top! This is especially true in High School sports. Speed is a weapon! So how do you become faster? What’s holding you back […]

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The Growth Mindset

Post by Sean Kelly on June 25, 2015

Let me tell you about one of my favorite books,  “Mindset: How You Can Fulfill Your Potential”, by Carol Dweck. My friend and mentor Vince Gabriele, of Gabriele Fitness turned me on to it. I highly recommend that you read it however let me give you a brief overview of the book and tell you why we love […]

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Five Lessons Learned From My Lacrosse Recruiting Experience

Post by Ana Henrich on June 17, 2015

As the summer lacrosse tournament and showcases are in full swing so is the anxiety about the recruiting process. I vividly remember the conversations my parents and I had. How will I know which school is right for me? Will we be able to afford the tuition? What if I don’t get accepted into the […]

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Five Drills Every Lacrosse Defensemen MUST Be Doing

Post by Sean Kelly on June 10, 2015

Being big and strong as a defensemen certainly helps when playing the game of lacrosse.  However the one skill that is mandatory for excellence as a defensemen is footwork. Parents often ask me what skills young defenseman should be working on to improve? Just like any other player on the lacrosse field, the higher the lacrosse […]

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4 Keys to Being Successful in Everything That You Do

Post by Sean Kelly on April 8, 2015

Not a day goes by that we don’t tell our athletes to put themselves in a position to be successful each and everyday. We teach them ways to give themselves the highest percentage of chance of success. Too many athletes (and people, for that matter) talk about getting better and chasing success, but it stops […]

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6 Magical Words Every Child Wants to Hear Their Parent Say

Post by Sean Kelly on April 1, 2015

What is your worst memory of playing youth and high school sports? I recently read an article where hundreds of college athletes were asked this same question. What was the most popular answer by a large margin? “The ride home from the game with my parents.” Oh man, the first thing I thought was, “what […]

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