We at Stick Time Sports take our role in athletic development very seriously; we want everyone to reach their goals. Simply put, that is why we are here. We would like to take a moment and happily share some recent updates on the progress of several Stick Time Sports athletes:
Tyler Kelleher, University of New Hampshire: The leading scorer in NCAA D1 hockey worked out and skated at STS this summer.
Frank Vatrano, Providence Bruins: The 3rd leading scorer in the AHL worked out and skated at STS this summer.
Barry Almeida, Utah Grizzlies: The leading scorer in the ECHL worked out and skated at STS this summer.
Ryan Cloonen, Boston University: The 2nd leading scorer on the BU Men’s hockey team worked out and skated at STS this summer.
Willy Smith: Of the Moncton Wildcats sitting on top of the Maritimes Division in the QMJHL. This major contributor worked out and skated at STS this summer.
Matt Foley, Bloomington Thunder, USHL: Recent commit to D1 Yale University worked out and skated at STS this summer.
Ryan McDonough, Chicopee High School: Rookie of the Year, Fay-Wright Division worked out and skated at STS this summer; added twenty pounds of muscle credits the trainers.
Johnny Leonard, Green Bay Gamblers, USHL. Commit to D1 UMass-Amherst in 2016. Worked out and skated at STS this summer.
John Tierney, UMass: Freshman on nationally ranked team, worked out and trained at STS this summer
Mike Guerin, Kent Prep School: Nationally ranked University of North Carolina commit for 2016, worked out and trained at STS this summer
We feel we have created an exciting unique environment dedicated to achieving personal athletic goals. Please call us or stop by and let us show you why we are different. You can’t argue with success. Great things are happening for Stick Time Sports athletes be one of them and “reach your goals.”
The main goals for athletes are to stay healthy and to excel at their sport. The main cause of injury for athletes are overuse injuries. It's one thing to try and replicate sport movements in the weight room to get stronger at them, but it's another to put yourself at risk for overuse injuries. We need to develop qualities that will lead to improvements in performance while training movements that will lead us away from dysfunction. The take away? Train movement patterns (squat, deadlift, push, pull etc..) and let skill practice take care of sport performance. Stay healthy and excel!