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Warm up, exercise, cool down

Warm up, exercise, cool down

Paige Retajczyk, Senior Reporter

November 15, 2019

From tennis to golf to field hockey to soccer, stretching can help athletes prepare for games as well as help them recuperate after playing or after a workout. Strength and conditioning trainer Barclay Spring emphasizes the importance of dynamic stretching to improve an athlete's health and warm-up routi...

Unused showers open to students, faculty

Gray Timberlake, Senior Reporter

May 28, 2019

After a hot and sweaty workout in the Herbert Center weight room, athletes often want a shower, but just assume it is not available. “I didn’t know we had access to the showers — I was always told they weren’t working,” junior Isabella Shea said. “For the Homecoming dances and the carniv...

Winter conditioning begins in new training room

Winter conditioning begins in new training room

Jordan Russell, Senior Reporter

December 6, 2017

WEB EXCLUSIVE Winter strength and conditioning sessions are now being offered in the new training room after school, with workouts ranging from cardio to abdominal as well as leg and arm exercises. “I started winter conditioning a while ago,” Athletic Director Elena DeSantis said. “I chose to d...

Getting a leg up

Getting a leg up

Fiona Mittelstaedt & Grace Ainslie, Senior Reporters

October 1, 2015

Following the lead of other teams in Bay Counties League West and Central leagues, Convent has hired an athletic trainer who will assess injuries and work to help girls get off the bench. “You definitely need an athletic trainer, especially in high school sports,” JV vol- leyball ...

Riders cycle indoors with candlelight, music

Riders cycle indoors with candlelight, music

November 7, 2013

Sarah Selzer Senior Reporter Unlike the typical gym where training equipment is spread out with each exerciser working at her own pace, women of all ages cycle together by candlelight to loud electronic music at SoulCycle spin classes. “I enjoy SoulCycle because it doesn’t feel like a hard o...

Motion-activated video games are physically beneficial

Motion-activated video games are physically beneficial

February 7, 2012

Elizabeth Burkett Reporter The image of a teenager slouched on a couch playing video games has changed with the introduction of motion-sensitive gaming devices that require body motions interacting with life-like images on the screen and getting exercise in the process. “I use our family Wii Fit to pla...

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