Morning Workouts: Agility, Strength, and Speed

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Early in the morning, three days a week a group of hardworking, dedicated, athletes meet in the Fieldhouse to train. From 6 am to 7am they train in agility and strength to become better at their sport or just to get in shape.

“I come half because of lacrosse and half because of my mom,” Said freshman Garrett Adams.

The people who go to these early morning workouts come ready to work Monday, Tuesday, and Friday. Monday is agility, Tuesday is strength, and Fridays are Fast Fridays.

There are mostly boys at the workouts but there are a small group of girls that come, and are able to keep up. The football coaches run these workouts and keep you up through out the hour.

Students meet before the first hour bell in order to work on agility, strength, and speed. The workouts help students in sports and those who just want to be in better shape. Photo by Jesslyn Jakobe.
Students meet before the first hour bell in order to work on agility, strength, and speed. The workouts help students in sports and those who just want to be in better shape. Photo by Jesslyn Jakobe.

It’s a great opportunity to get in shape and mingle with your friends as well as make new ones. If that’s not enough, it also happens to be free.

Additionally, the opportunity to work out in the morning allows you feel good for the rest of the day and gives you that extra boost of energy.

“I prefer to work out in the morning because I feel pleasantly exhausted for the rest of the day,” said Adams.

By Erin McFarland

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