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Royals Speed Training & Nutrition Program
Submitted By Matt Mills on Saturday, January 11, 2020
In our ongoing pursuit to provide our players with the best all-around program possible, the Royals will be starting our Speed Training Program along with our Nutrition Program this coming week.


Our certified sprint coaches will be delivering an hour-long session to each of our teams, focused on creating faster, more explosive athletes. We will be running 4 of these sessions for each team during the off-season (Jan/Feb/Mar/Apr).


All Royals players and parents will be taken through a nutrition-based seminar and given a full package of information to help guide them on their pathway to being healthier athletes. Each player will document their food intake during a 30-day period and communicate with our Nutrition Lead on a daily basis.


We look forward to watching our players transform this off-season, and hit the field with an extra bounce in their step when the season begins.

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