What an amazing October. I had the opportunity to watch playoff baseball in three different ballparks: New York, Houston and Los Angeles. As a lifelong fan of the game, this was an unforgettable experience.
Twelve years ago I began working with Rick when he was a high schooler at Seton Hall Prep. From an early age there was no doubt he was a special talent. He not only possessed natural skill and athletic capabilities, he also carried himself with a level of maturity and drive that has served him well throughout the years.
The Annex Sports Performance provides information on 3 Big Takeaways from a Busy Summer. For details, call us at 9737011616.
At the ANNEX we are so proud when our athletes move onto the next level and reach their goals.Matt Devlin, class of 2017 Chatham High School, has committed to Franklin & Marshall College for next fall as pitcher with the possibility of playing field position too.
The Annex Sports Performance Center informs about the ANNEX Athlete of the Month: Sydney Zirlin.
Coach Tim Laffey presents 6’7” Henry Voorhees, basketball player for Columbia High School (headed to DeSales University in Allentown, Pa.), as our Annex Athlete of the Month for his amazing progress since he started training with purpose.
We are often asked by parents and athletes on how to maximize training potential. Additionally, many athletes are looking to put on added weight, gain strength, add muscle and improve overall diet. One such way is to add whey protein to your workout routines.
The Annex Sports Performance provides information on a great June 2016 for ANNEX Athletes. For details, call us at 9737011616.
The Annex Sports Performance Center informs about ANNEX Athlete of the Month: Luke Jackson.
The Annex Sports Performance Center explains about the Annex Athletes and what we think defines an Annex Athlete.
The Annex Sports Performance Center informs about Bosox pitcher Rick Porcello was off to good 2016 start.
Will Schafer on the mound during his incredible no-hitter.