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At Cressey Peformance we are probably most known for training a lot of baseball players. And I mean a lot of baseball players. That’s fine, that is our niche, but we train a lot more people than just that sole population. We train football, hockey, lacrosse, soccer, softball, rugby, triathlon and more along with plenty of regular joes who work 9-5. We even train the rarest of all strength and conditioning creatures, the adult female. For those of you who follow Tony’s blog, this may not seem like anything new, but even around the area people always seem surprised to see several women training in our facility.
The recent craze has been the sled relay that I have showed us doing here. The women of CP (or at least some of them) have joined in on the fun.
(That’s me on the floor in the blue pants teaching a new client how to roll with a batting practice ball.)
Anyway, the whole point of this blog is to bring your attention to one particular CP female client who can use your help. Steph Holland-Brodney, who was not in the sled relay but busts her butt every session, is running her 3rd Boston Marathon this year. Steph ran her first Marathon in dedication to her mom, who passed during 9/11. This year she is sponsored by Team Boston Medical Center to help carry on her mom’s dedicated service to others.
This blog isn’t about trying to pull heart strings, and neither is Steph. She wants to make fundraising fun, so in her own words here is how she describes her fundraising efforts. “I’m holding a little contest this year. Not for how much you donate but for the funniest dedication. See, if you clink on the link below it will take you to my donation page and when you donate you can write a message on my wall. Last year I had some real winners but the best one was “In honor of Keanu Reeves.” The winner of this “Write the funniest message on Steph’s wall” contest will win customized Steph Service. Maybe babysitting, cleaning your car, vacuuming your office, making you a meal. You name it. If you live far away, I will make you a customized gift package. So go ahead and donate now! Over the past two years, I have raised over $10,000. Let’s make my marathon career end at $13,000.”
So if you would like to make a donation to Steph’s cause, no matter how small, click HERE.
And if you would like to learn more about Steph and her crazy life, check out her blog.
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