All right shredders, it’s here! There’s snow on some of
North America’s mountains, and lucky folks have already enjoyed powder days at
resorts across the western U.S. and Canada. It’s time to put all those training
hours from the days there wasn’t snow to good use. There’s still time to get
to build that stable trunk and bomb proof quads, but you’d
better hustle. Now is the time to do our preseason gear check.
We do not recommend these choices!
Like many of our mountain carving brethren, I am a bit of a
gear freak when it comes to my winter sports.
In Game 3 of the NLCS at Dodger
Stadium, the Dodgers and Cardinals were tied at 0 with the Dodgers down 2-0 in
the series. Yasiel Puig, the rookie phenom from Cuba who reenergized the
Dodgers mid-season, had been struggling through the playoffs compared to his
notable regular season. Puig has received criticism this past season for not
knowing “how to act” in the Major Leagues. Fuel was just added to the fire in
the Dodger’s Game 3 win Monday night; Puig drove one deep off the wall for a
stand up triple, but only after celebrating for a home run, realizing it wasn’t
a home run, and still powering around the bases.
family is growing! No, there aren't any unexpected engagements, marriages, or pregnancies. Rather, there is another outstanding young man joining our ranks in the shop. It gives me great pleasure to introduce the world to a truly exceptional young man, Aaron Jessee.
Throughout the year, I receive emails from Boston Area college students looking for experience in coaching, personal training, physical therapy, and more. Very rarely do I receive an email that makes me react the way I did to Aaron's introduction.
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a fine balance in this active lifestyle of ours at HordoN HEALTH. We work hard,
we play hard, and often our play is hard work. Our coaches think nothing of
stringing together days of shredding snow covered mountains, playing beach
volleyball for 12 hours in the summer sun, or full-throttle best of five series
of four-on-four touch football while keeping a clean, full shop running smoothly.
In the same vein, our staff thinks nothing of stringing weeks together when we
average 12 hour work days training the client we love.
We at HordoN HEALTH and theBoston Sports Institutes
lucky enough to work with some very gifted athletes, and great people. As
current and former athletes, we take extra pride in our young athletes in theSports Institutes
. It makes us proud when they graduate from high school and
attend leading prep schools, universities, or colleges regardless of whether or
not they continue to pursue interscholastic athletics. We take as much pride in
their growth into responsible, intelligent, and caring men and women.