The new Port Clinton Athletic Boosters Fieldhouse provides an excellent facility for Summer Strength Training. Port Clinton High School student athletes in grades 9-12 in all sports have been taking advantage of the PC Together Summer Strength Training.
On average, 60 to 70 students arrive to condition and lift weights from 7:30 a.m. to 9:00 a.m. on Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays. The program was created and designed by Strength and Conditioning Coach Phil Fought.
Summer training is under the direction of coaches Seth Benner, Danny Diaz and Alex Morgan Johnson. Instead of participating in numerous sport conditioning sessions in the summer, the program provides the multi-sport athlete ways to complete training requirements in one session.
“We are excited about our PC Together Strength Training program. Not only are the athletes being physically prepared for their seasons ahead but it also promotes camaraderie amongst all sports,” said Athletic Director Rick Dominick.
“This program also allows our coaches to focus on skill development in their summer sessions. We are really pleased with the buy-in we have had from our athletes in our first summer.”
Students who wish to participate only need to be Port Clinton student athletes entering grades 9-12. PC Together Summer Strength Training ends July 30.
Learn more about Port Clinton City School District’s new athletic building, the Port Clinton Athletic Boosters Fieldhouse at www.pccsd.net