Red Sox Spring Training Blog: First Full-squad Workout In The Books

Olympic Bobsledder Steve Langton’s Jump-and-Squat Workout

– Lackey looked smooth again while Clay looked to have a few mechanical issues. Again, not surprising. – Prior to the workout the Sox met as a team with John Henry, Ben Cherington, and John Farrell, who all addressed the players. Farrell said the message was to get back to the mindset of last spring, not the most recent memory of winning a World Series.
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It’s Business as Usual for Jeter at Yankees’ First Full Workout

“I don’t know if I’ll look at [the signs] more or read them more,” he said. “I don’t know if I’ll listen more.” Instead, Jeter seemed to be trying to keep Thursday as routine as possible, as he jogged from field to field and led the younger players in infield drills. His manager and ex-teammate, Girardi, could tell that Jeter was treating the day as normal because he was running his usual ground-ball contest at shortstop. “I thought it was a typical spring training day for Derek,” Girardi said. “He was laughing, he had his contest going on at shortstop.” His contest?
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And, I kind of sat down on my 24th birthday, and realized that I was too good of an athlete to really be doing nothing, so I sought out potentially another sport that would better connect to what I had to bring to the table. Growing p90X3 workout up, we were an Olympics family. Every two years we sat in front of the television at my parents house, cheering for the athletes and the entirety of team U.S.A. So, when I sat down, the bobsled was actually one of the sports that jumped to the forefront of my brain. I went online and found as much information as I could, and, luckily, they had bios of all the current athletes on the national team, and I saw that their backgrounds were very similar to mine.
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