Ryan Nece will host the first-annual Mind & Body Clinic for 150 local teens on July 21
Few young athletes ever get to meet their idols, and even fewer have the chance to be coached by them. For 150 local teens, that dream will soon come true.
On Monday, July 21 the Ryan Nece Foundation and the Tampa Bay Buccaneers will host the first annual Mind & Body Clinic for teen athletes 13-17 years of age.
The clinic will feature some of the Bay Area's top strength, speed and agility trainers, a nutritionist and a sport psychologist, and a handful of Buccaneers players and coaches to help the teens maximize their potential on the field, court or diamond. Open to all types of athletes, the half-day event will include on-field instruction that is not sport-specific. The clinic will be held at the Tampa Bay Buccaneers' state-of-the-art training complex and will give participants a chance to use the same facilities used each day by the Bucs.
The morning will include approximately two hours of on-field instruction focusing on speed, change of direction, hand-eye and foot-eye coordination, core exercises and plyometrics. Following the field instruction, athletes attending the clinic will eat lunch while they hear from various speakers on subjects such as nutrition, mental focus and imagery and game preparation. The field instruction, coupled with the classroom-style seminars aim to equip young athletes with all the tools necessary to maximize their athletic potential both physically and mentally.
The clinic is free to the first 150 athletes who register. Click here to visit the Mind & Body Clinic page on RyanNece56.com and download a registration form.
For more information on the Mind & Body Clinic or the Ryan Nece Foundation, click here.