Teams join forces for all sports workouts

In the effort to change things up, first period athletic teams worked out together during off-season training.

Ui Womble

In the effort to change things up, first period athletic teams worked out together during off-season training.

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The majority of school sports seasons are over, so it’s time for all sports workouts for the girls’ athletics program. With a goal of getting in shape and setting a precedent for summer, athletes exercise alongside players from across the athletic program.

“It’s hard to be self motivated over the summer without somebody telling you what to do everyday,” head volleyball coach Ui Womble said. “Hopefully, they’ve got enough background where they can create their own workouts and continue to work out over the summer so that when school starts they’re ready to work out again.”

Adding a spin to the normal morning workout, junior Kira Robinson appreciates the integrated training.

“We get to meet other girls,” junior Kira Robinson said. “We aren’t really segregated into our own sports we just get to play games and have fun and compete with each other.”

Kicking off the one hour workout at 8:45 a.m., athletes get a chance to see strengths from other sports.

“All sport is important because it gives us the opportunity to work with people we would never usually have a chance to work with,” sophomore Amelia Jauregui said. “It’s cool to see what strengths other sports have so if we can become all around better athletes by pushing with each other, I think that’s really important.”