Why I wish I had a place like Force to grow up in

July 19, 2017

Everyday I have the privilege of coaching some pretty talented middle school, high school and collegiate athletes. Not only do I get to help them become better athletes but I get to help them become better people by setting an example, instilling confidence in them to be whoever they want to be, and teaching them the importance of hard work and consistency.

 

I have watched kids come to us without the coordination to crawl on the ground to back squatting over 100 pounds for reps. I have watched kids come to us with zero confidence and after a couple months they start flexing their muscles and believing in themselves to push just a bit harder. I have also watched kids come to us just needing a little bit of an improvement and they take those improvements on to weightlifting competitions, to become stars during their high school seasons, and on to collegiate teams.

 

I watch these young athletes become better versions of themselves everyday. I feel so happy for them and I feel so proud to be a part of it but I also hope they know how lucky they are because I wish I had had a place like Force to grow up in.

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