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0 minutes | Jun 20, 2016
Tuesday Night Time Trial Series
The McCarthy Project is a proud sponsor of the Tuesday Night Time Trial Series in Minnesota. For over 10 years on Tuesdays, 60-80 riders have tested themselves against the clock over the 10 mile course just outside Minneapolis, MN. 2016 TNT schedule: June 7 and 21 July 5 and 19 August 2 and 16 Opens at 6pm First rider off at 7pm The course is a 10 mile out and back on scenic rolling Co. Rd 24 which has 8′ wide shoulders and decent pavement. Results are posted and points earned based on time and class. For additional information, contact Jeremy Baker, race director, via email at TNT@TribesES.com or visit the TNT website. Click Here for the 2016 Registration Page Payment options: Full series: $75 1/2 series: $45 Day of: $20 Who are the participants? While the race is a time-trial and the majority of the athletes are serious about their time and their sport, anyone is welcome to ride TNT. there are riders of all abilities, who ride all styles of bikes. recumbents, hand cycles, fixies, adult and youth. Anyone under 18 must have a parent or guardian present with their signature on the waiver. Anyone 14 or under will need to have a rider with them on the course. The post Tuesday Night Time Trial Series appeared first on The McCarthy Project, LLC.
0 minutes | May 13, 2016
Beach CAP Certification in Gulf Shores, AL 2016
BCAP Certification for Coaches in Gulf Shores, AL. Forth from the right representing the great state of Minnesota, Stephen McCarthy The post Beach CAP Certification in Gulf Shores, AL 2016 appeared first on The McCarthy Project, LLC.
0 minutes | May 10, 2016
NCAA Beach Volleyball Championships 2016
Well, it was a great trip down to the Gulf Shores this weekend. The atmosphere and weather was fantastic! Looking forward to next year!! NCAA Beach Volleyball venue at Gulf Shores, AL The DeWitt sisters from Arizona inside the venue Beach High Performance Tryout Athletes. Check out the Minnesota dude third in on the right.Yup, that’s me. The post NCAA Beach Volleyball Championships 2016 appeared first on The McCarthy Project, LLC.
0 minutes | Feb 17, 2016
Live O2: Leading Edge Oxygen Training for Elite Performance
Exercise With Oxygen Training: A part of the The McCarthy Project’s Gestalt Theory of Elite Performance Over the years, The McCarthy Project has seen or worked with hyperbaric tents and systems, altitude training, elevation masks, and virtual reality trainers for the simple purpose of gaining an edge for athletes. After many years of searching, The McCarthy Project believes that adding oxygen and oxygen training (i.e. exercise with oxygen training or EWOT) could be one of those Rosetta stones for athletes. It amazes the mind that you could move all around the idea of oxygen by taking oxygen away, sleeping low, training high and then the opposite (sleeping high, training low) to sleeping in a tent, but the idea of adding oxygen during a 15 minute workout could or would be the answer, but if you take the time to understand the science behind oxygen training, you will uncover that their are major benefits for working with oxygen and the Live O2 system. Benefits Include: 1. Increased oxygen saturation for the purpose of delayed onset of muscle soreness 2. Development of auto-immune system 3. Super charge current nutrition strategies with the increased oxygen levels 4. Amplify body’s natural hormones for an increase in muscle mass LiveO2 Adaptive Contrast System For EWOT/Live O2 training sessions at our location, visit here. Or how you would be able to take your training to the next level by purchasing a system, contact Stephen McCarthy at 612-741-0982 or cs(at)themccarthyproject.com. Additional Information: ” LiveO2 Adaptive Contrast lets you switch between oxygen-reduced and oxygen-rich air during exercise. This creates a “magic moment” of super-oxygenation for the brain, liver and kidneys,” Live O2 Secondly, The following quote is from a post on the subject of Dara Torres, US Olympic swimmer. For entire post, visit here “Dara Torres started to see some unexpected effects beyond endurance and strength. She gained a lot of muscle — fast. The scale showed about 12 pounds of muscle gain from Jan thru March. Don’t get me wrong – Dara is the totally awesome athlete – but how could she add that much muscle that fast at 45? The new muscle mass made her look much stronger than the Time Magazine cover. Her shoulders were at least 2 inches broader this year – and her already awesome legs were wicked ripped. Why?” Dr. Palacios compares his experience with LiveO2 performance to his 15 years of experience with medical hyperbaric treatment. The post Live O2: Leading Edge Oxygen Training for Elite Performance appeared first on The McCarthy Project, LLC.
0 minutes | Jan 28, 2016
Triathlon Boot Camp.. Naturalized
Part of The McCarthy Project Triathlon Camp Series This two day camp in Annandale, MN located on Clearwater Lake is focused entirely on you receiving high-quality information and training ideas in one location. Spend a two full days with The McCarthy Project staff, where we will address the major areas of technique, training and racing. This camp was created for addressing as many areas and information transfer as possible during the two days, not just a group of workouts. Camp Includes: 1. Swim: Pool and Lake swim technique instruction and video analysis 2. Cycling skills, equipment selection and basic maintenance 3. Running assessment and video analysis 4. Introduction of Exercise With Oxygen Training and LiveO2 training. (As seen on Minnesota Tri News) 5. Group discussions with other participants and staff to review your specific goals, equipment and race selection, training recommendations, race strategy and nutritional consideration. 6. Digital copies of your swimming and running footage. 7. Entry into the Capitol City Triathlon in St. Paul, MN (Race info) March 31st, 2016 deadline for registration. For additional questions or information, contact Stephen McCarthy at 612-741-0982 or email cs(at)themccarthyproject.com. Camp Itinerary: Below is a sample camp itinerary. Times and order of the sessions will be adjusted based on the groups needs. Day 1 9:00 am – 10:30 am – Running Analysis; Field Testing 10:30 am – 12:00 pm – Swim Technique/Analysis in pool and lake 12:00 pm – 1:00 pm – Lunch 1:00 pm – 3:00 pm – Cycling Skills/Pedaling Analysis 3:00 pm – 4:00 pm – Training and Weight Room Concepts 4:00 pm – 7:00 pm – Campfire question and answer session Day 2 10:00 am – 11:00 am – Nutrition: Pre, Race Day, and Post Race 11:00 am – 12:00 pm – Wetsuit, Gear, and Apparel Selection 12:00 pm – 1:00 pm – Lunch 1:00 pm – 3:00 pm – Outdoor Experiential Games for the purpose of discussing training and race day strategies For additional information on The McCarthy Project, clink on the following link for posts and interviews from the world of triathlon. Registration $300.00 USD Experience Level of participants: The mentioned levels are not considered written in stone, they are intended as a general outline only. With that said, here are our classifications: Beginner: Just signed up for first event or completed one and I need more information Novice: I have completed a couple races and I would like to really improve my results Intermediate: I have completed 4-5 races and I am looking for new approaches and ideas to can take me to the next level. Advanced: Seasoned triathlete looking for the edge or looking to review all aspects of the race with the hopes of finding the one, two or three ideas I can add. Camp #1: April 16th and 17th Beginner to Novice Level Camp #2: May 21st and 22nd Novice to Intermediate Level Registration fee includes all sessions, Triathlon Boot Camp t-shirt, sponsor goodie bag, lunch on both days and digital copies of your swimming and running gait analyses. Camps are open to all levels of participants aged 15 and up and limited to 20 participants per camp. If you have any questions, contact us at 612-741-0982. Location: Uncle Fogy Nature Center 10509 108th Street Nw Annandale, MN 55302 612-741-0982 Overnight stay at Uncle Fogy is not included. Hotels are available in Clearwater and St. Cloud area. About The McCarthy Project: Stephen McCarthy, BES, CFT, Director of The McCarthy Project, Stephen has researched and developed innovative training and skill development techniques specific to life and sport for over 15 years. His corporate and individual clients have accomplished their goals of a higher standard of health and wellness. He has trained numerous endurance athletes, outfitted over 1000 triathletes, as well as, being a certified personal trainer holding a degree in Liberal Studies from St. Cloud State University. Quotes from Clients: “Stephen worked with my daughter after a high ankle sprain. He did more in 3 days then any other trainer had done for her in 10 days. The methods he used to get her walking again were awesome. Stephen is one who thinks outside the box and gets his kids back to the sports they love quickly and stronger. ” – Marit Larson, mom of a young athlete. “Stephen’s dedication to athletes of all ages and sport is unquestioned. He uses programs that benefit the athlete no matter the sport. I witnessed his work with a local swim team and not only did the athletes improve from the conditioning and strength, they looked forward to doing them again and again.” – Colby Fuller, youth coach The post Triathlon Boot Camp.. Naturalized appeared first on The McCarthy Project, LLC.
0 minutes | Jan 27, 2016
Tulane University Beach Volleyball Coach Holly on Competing for the Right Reasons
Beach Volleyball Coach Wayne Holly of Tulane University Today, Tulane University’s Beach Volleyball Coach Wayne Holly will join Stephen to talk about the upcoming beach season. But as sometimes happens other subjects come out of the discussion and this interview has that flavor. While we did discuss the future of college volleyball, we also discussed different perspectives young people could have for the sport of beach volleyball. Coach Holly has a very lengthy bio when it comes to playing and coaching on the beach, but my challenge is for our listeners and young athletes to listen to the entire interview. Focus and concentrate on the words he is using and when he describes beach volleyball, how he describes the steps of attaining your complete potential and ultimately, how to fall in love with the game that he has invested his life. For the complete interview, visit here. For more information on Coach Holly and his program, visit here The post Tulane University Beach Volleyball Coach Holly on Competing for the Right Reasons appeared first on The McCarthy Project, LLC.
0 minutes | Jan 13, 2016
Dave Trumbo of Stevenson on the Possibilities in Beach Volleyball
Head Volleyball Coach Dave Trumbo of Stevenson University Today, Stevenson University Head Volleyball Coach Dave Trumbo joined Stephen to talk about the upcoming beach volleyball season and the future of beach in the college ranks. Some of the areas covered include: coaching for the love the game, the challenges of being located in a slightly colder climate and being a new program, the joy of going south for spring break, and the future of Division III programs in the sport of beach. For the entire interview, visit here. To connect with Coach Trumbo, visit here. The post Dave Trumbo of Stevenson on the Possibilities in Beach Volleyball appeared first on The McCarthy Project, LLC.
0 minutes | Jan 12, 2016
Looking into the Future of Volleyball with St. Marys Rob Browning
Head Volleyball Coach Rob Browning of The St. Mary’s Gaels St. Mary’s head volleyball coach Rob Browning joined to talk about the upcoming beach volleyball season and how the sport may change for the next couple years with the recent announcement of a NCAA championship. On top of that, Coach Browning will chat about the history of BYU volleyball and his thoughts on what a few of the great qualities of elite players. For the entire interview, visit here. To connect with Coach Browning, click here The post Looking into the Future of Volleyball with St. Marys Rob Browning appeared first on The McCarthy Project, LLC.
0 minutes | Jan 12, 2016
Jacksonville Coach Darty on Creating an Environment for Athletes
Head Volleyball Coach Julie Darty of Jacksonville University Coach Julie Darty will be joining Stephen to talk on the subject of perfection and how young athletes can overcome this sometimes disrupting force, as well as, how creating the proper environment can lead to long term success. For the entire interview, visit here. To connect with Coach Darty and Jacksonville University, visit here. The post Jacksonville Coach Darty on Creating an Environment for Athletes appeared first on The McCarthy Project, LLC.
0 minutes | Jan 11, 2016
College Coach on Beach Volleyball 2016
University of North Florida Volleyball Coach Steve Loeswick The recent announcement of the inaugural NCAA beach volleyball tournament in May of 2016 was a major step forward adding beach volleyball to the map as a youth sport. The bigger question does this new tournament change your thoughts about playing beach volleyball in college, rather than simply indoor. Secondly, Steven Loeswick of North Florida joined Stephen to talk about the future of the sport of beach volleyball. So what is the future of beach volleyball for coaches? For players? For the entire interview, visit here. For additional information on Coach Loeswick, click here. The post College Coach on Beach Volleyball 2016 appeared first on The McCarthy Project, LLC.
0 minutes | Jan 11, 2016
Awareness and Efficiency, Rather than Perfection
Head Volleyball Coach David Rubio of University of Arizona Stephen McCarthy of The McCarthy Project was joined by David Rubio, Head Volleyball coach from the University of Arizona on the subject of perfection or efficiency in sport. Coach Rubio has over 30 years of history in coaching and is currently coaching his daughter’s youth team. On top of that, he will talk about areas to focus to use this personality trait to its utmost. To listen to the entire interview, visit here. For more information on Coach Rubio, visit here. The post Awareness and Efficiency, Rather than Perfection appeared first on The McCarthy Project, LLC.
0 minutes | Dec 16, 2015
Inaugural NCAA Beach Volleyball Championship: Should it change your perspective?
By Stephen McCarthy, The McCarthy Project The recent announcement of the inagural NCAA beach volleyball tournament in May of 2016 was a major step forward adding beach volleyball to the map as a youth sport. The bigger question does this new tournament change your thoughts about playing beach volleyball in college, rather than simply indoor. From my perspective, it should. While outdoor volleyball i.e. beach volleyball is played all over the United States by adults, the youth version has been slowly gaining acceptance over the last 20 years or so. With that said, athletes should take a serious look into playing beach volleyball in college. Mercer University Damian Elder Head Volleyball Coach Secondly, I interviewed Mercer University’s head indoor and beach volleyball coach Damian Elder on this very subject. Mercer is one of the original 15 colllege programs in beach volleyball, so he was there in the beginning 4 years ago. Click here to hear his thoughts. Lastly, UNC Wilmington and their indoor volleyball coach Amy Bambenek just announced its beach volleyball program for 2016. Here is a small portion of the article posted on the NCAA site. Beach volleyball has been an official Olympic sport since 1996 and the source of its popularity in the United States can largely be traced to one dynamic team: three-time Olympic gold medalists Kerri Walsh Jennings and Misty May Treanor. Recognizing that surge in interest the NCAA in 2009 put beach volleyball on the list for emerging sports for women. After several years of unofficial championships the first NCAA championship will be held this spring with a winner determined via an eight-team double-elimination bracket. Each school sends five pairs, and much like tennis, the No. 1 seeded team plays the opposing No. 1 seeded team and so on through the roster. A school must win three out of the five pairs matchups to claim the match. Beach volleyball is not only the NCAA’s newest championship, but also its fastest growing sport. At the beginning of the calendar year, 50 Division I colleges and universities sponsored a team – 10 more than the minimum required to hold a national championship – and 19 of the programs have come into existence since 2013-14. Click here to read the entire article. The post Inaugural NCAA Beach Volleyball Championship: Should it change your perspective? appeared first on The McCarthy Project, LLC.
0 minutes | Dec 16, 2015
To Be Perfect or Efficient: A Perspective within Elite Performance
By Stephen McCarthy, The McCarthy Project Over my recent history, I have noticed a trend that athletes feel that if they are perfect, do every action more perfect than somebody else that they will become an elite athlete. Or said in a different way, the more perfect I am, I will be better than you. Well, I hate to break it to young people, being more perfect is not the answer. The answer is can you perform a coordinated action that produces the results needed exactly at the time you are producing those actions. Athletes today need to realize that practicing is needed and perfecting your sport is a worthwhile goal, but the term we are looking for is efficiency in the moment, not perfection. To further my point, click here for an interview I completed with head volleyball coach Tom Black from Loyola Marymount around the same subject. Still looking for more information, take the following athletes: A tall person who can jump out of the gym, but does not have any sort of sport IQ. But can produce amazing amounts of speed and power on the court or field. A relatively tall person who can jump relatively high and is not real fast, but fast enough, but can out think and read the situation faster than another athlete Which one is the better player? I would argue number #2. Again, my hope is not to solve the world of sports problem with one small post, only to challenge young people to think through what and why they do what they do. Don’t just strive to be perfect in every way and think that the good grade will correlate to success on your sport. Lastly, quoting Michael Johnson, a Olympic gold medalist in track and field, I want you to work the way I have, to arrive at a place where you are running your own particular races at 95,96,97 percent efficiency. And every once in a while, as with me in Atlanta, you might come within a whisper of the very limits of your ability, within sight of perfection. -pg. 205, Slaying the Dragon So the question is to pursue perfection realizing that getting it right all the time is not the answer, it is the pursuit or chasing of elite efficiency in the moment is the way to chase elite performance life and sport. Bio on Tom Black: Tom Black enters his sixth season as LMU’s head coach with the start of the 2015 fall indoor volleyball season after being hired on January 19th, 2010. Serving as head coach since its inception, Black recently completed his fourth year as head coach of the LMU sand volleyball program in the spring of 2015. The post To Be Perfect or Efficient: A Perspective within Elite Performance appeared first on The McCarthy Project, LLC.
0 minutes | Dec 14, 2015
Nike Volleyball Camps
National Volleyball Center (Rochester, MN) USSC and The McCarthy Project have partnered to create a next level experience with Nike volleyball camps. This camp offers valuable volleyball instruction on and off the court to provide a complete and well rounded camp experience. Training takes place in small groups for personal attention. Highlights Include Excellent training facilities Coach to camper ratio is 1:10-12 Players grouped by age and ability level Five hours of instruction daily Personal evaluations from your coach Nike Volleyball Camp T-shirt 2019 Nike Volleyball Camps by TMP: Nike Volleyball Camp at Champions Hall | Eden Prairie, MN | June 17-21 Nike Volleyball Camp at the United Sports Training Center | Downingtown, PA | June 24-27 Nike Volleyball Camp at the National Volleyball Center | Rochester, MN | July 8-11 Nike Volleyball Camp at Joy of the Game Sports Center | Deerfield, IL | July 15-18 Nike Volleyball Camp at Nassau Community College | Garden City, NY | July 22-25 Nike Volleyball Camp at Nassau Community College | Garden City, NY | July 29-Aug 1 The post Nike Volleyball Camps appeared first on The McCarthy Project, LLC.
0 minutes | Dec 7, 2015
True Value of Drinking Coke
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0 minutes | Oct 27, 2015
Outdoor Amazing Race
40ft Giants Ladder Exploring the outdoors and race the clock to complete tasks. The McCarthy Project has designed a course to challenge each persons ability to feel the adrenaline rush of competition while working with others. This event will challenge your understanding of leadership, the role of communicating, conflict resolution, the influence of risk, and strategic planning, as well as, your physical talent. 60ft Cable Walk The event consists of (6-7) 5-15 min challenges: some are a physical challenges, some are strategic You will compete against the clock for an overall best time. Potential activities include, but not limited to the following: 1. Blind Maze 2. Cargo Net 50ft high 3. Log Walk 50ft high 4. Puzzle Game 5. Giants Ladder 40 ft High 6. Cable Walk 50ft Cargo Net and Log Walk Cost is $129.99 for 2, $229.99 for 4, $399.99 for 8 Location: Uncle Fogy Nature Center 10454 108th Street Nw Annandale, MN 55302 612-741-0982 Customer Feedback: My teenage sons had so much fun this summer with your outdoor rock climbing and ziplining course in Annandale, we have now purchased the 3-Hour Outdoor Amazing Race. Thank you! – Jessica M. For additional information, contact Stephen McCarthy at 612-741-0982. The post Outdoor Amazing Race appeared first on The McCarthy Project, LLC.
0 minutes | Oct 19, 2015
Tom Brady: Coca-Cola “Poison for Kids”
By Christina Sarich, Infowars.com New England Patriots quarterback Tom Brady called Coca-Cola “poison for kids.” “You probably go out and drink Coca-Cola and think, ‘Oh yeah, that’s no problem,’” he said on the Dennis & Callahan Morning Show. “Why, because they pay lots of money for advertisements that think that you should drink Coca-Cola for a living?” “No, I totally disagree with that and when people do that, I think that’s quackery, and just the fact that they can sell that to kids? That’s poison for kids.” Regular coke does contains high-fructose corn syrup, which has been linked to a variety of health problems including high blood pressure and obesity. Also he noted frosted flakes… But Brady didn’t just attack coke: he also questioned whether Frosted Flakes is “actually a food.” “You keep eating those things and you keep wondering why we do have just incredible rates of disease in our country,” the quarterback said. Like Coca-Cola, Frosted Flakes also contains high-fructose corn syrup. “Another reason to avoid fructose is that its most common form, high fructose corn syrup (HFCS), is derived from genetically modified corn,” Sarich pointed out. “That means it was developed in a lab, not grown and milled before it ended up in your table.” For complete article, visit here The post Tom Brady: Coca-Cola “Poison for Kids” appeared first on The McCarthy Project, LLC.
0 minutes | Sep 2, 2015
Synthetic Gene Drive and Designer Athletes
By Stephen McCarthy, The McCarthy Project For all of us who lived in the 1980’s, Rocky in Rocky IV gets absolutely demolished by the genetically and medically-enhanced Russian boxer, but refuses to quit, he wins right? The evil Russians were cheating anyways, right? Within this context, enter synthetic gene drive technology with the capability of creating designer athletes. Oh, I mean genetically modified human beings, we win right? UPDATE: 5/13/16 New York Times: Scientists Hold Secret Meeting To Create Synthetic Genome The new technologies like gene drive are editing and changing the DNA of human beings, breaking down ancient boundaries, creating genetically engineered human beings, are they human beings? Frankenstein athletes? Russian boxers? Designer insects and designer babies, all sound really cool, but the science is not perfect and potentially, has unintended consequences. Furthermore, the question of what will happen to the rest of the athletes who don’t have access to the technology? Or what are the long term health concerns, intended or unintended, for athletes who are touched by a synthetic gene drive organism? What happens to the next generation of athletes who are conceived by the new athletes? And this is just the starter questions. From the nature angle, listen to my interview with David Epstein of Sports Illustrated on genetics in sport. Or Micheal Much of Rivals.com on nature vs nurture. I will forever argue that the nurture process is strong enough to overcome the nature process, assuming the nature portion is not genetically engineered. Allow the natural order of true vitalism and the human spirit to be the deciding factors, not genetic modification. The ultimate question for athletes is would you like to be a designer athlete or compete against a designer athlete? Is this ethical? As far as food is concerned, it may look like a banana, but is it really a banana if the foundation building blocks are modified? Moreover, it may look like a human, but is it really a human being? Here are a couple quotes to start your research: From The Independent: A powerful new technique for generating “supercharged” genetically modified organisms that can spread rapidly in the wild has caused alarm among scientists who fear that it may be misused, accidentally or deliberately, and cause a health emergency or environmental disaster. The development of so-called “gene drive” technology promises to revolutionize medicine and agriculture because it can in theory stop the spread of mosquito-borne illnesses, such as malaria and yellow fever, as well as eliminate crop pests and invasive species such as rats and cane toads. From Wired The stakes, however, have changed. Everyone at the Napa meeting had access to a gene-editing technique called Crispr-Cas9. The first term is an acronym for “clustered regularly interspaced short palindromic repeats,” a description of the genetic basis of the method; Cas9 is the name of a protein that makes it work. Technical details aside, Crispr-Cas9 makes it easy, cheap, and fast to move genes around—any genes, in any living thing, from bacteria to people. “These are monumental moments in the history of biomedical research,” Baltimore says. “They don’t happen every day.” The technique is revolutionary, and like all revolutions, it’s perilous. Crispr goes well beyond anything the Asilomar conference discussed. It could at last allow genetics researchers to conjure everything anyone has ever worried they would—designer babies, invasive mutants, species-specific bioweapons, and a dozen other apocalyptic sci-fi tropes. It brings with it all-new rules for the practice of research in the life sciences. But no one knows what the rules are—or who will be the first to break them. From International Business Times Synthetic gene drives, using a simple gene editing system called CRISPR, can, for example, alter the traits of mosquitoes or invasive cane toads, and even eradicate the species. The technology offers tremendous benefits to human health and crops. But potential for misuse by terror groups or accidental release from labs is high, as these “super” organisms can spread rapidly, and cause health and environmental disasters. The post Synthetic Gene Drive and Designer Athletes appeared first on The McCarthy Project, LLC.
0 minutes | Aug 6, 2015
2015 Sand Volleyball at The McCarthy Project
Here is some of the action from this year’s sand volleyball camps. Submitted with one comment. This is what sport is about; playing a game that you love. And after, looking back on the joy the time spent together. Crossing the sand volleyball river A cool moment at camp Some of the players who attended Small group pic from camp Athletes in Action The best way to cool off after a day at camp Having a good time playing volleyball Game action 2015 Classic sand volleyball pic The post 2015 Sand Volleyball at The McCarthy Project appeared first on The McCarthy Project, LLC.
0 minutes | Aug 6, 2015
2015 All Skills and Setter Camp with Lindsey Berg
Here are some of the quotes and pictures from this years camp. Lindsey and Stephen with a few players From Nancy V. after session with Lindsey Berg You have a great way about you Lindsey; you’re so good at what you do. You made a difference and Maya and Faith will continue to learn and grow from the seeds you planted today. We certainly appreciate your expertise, but we equally appreciate your disposition and your capacity to connect with the girls. cynthia @cynthiaaa17_ Jul 26 It was such an amazing experience to be trained by a 3x Olympic Setter. You inspire me so much. Thank you for today Lindsey working Setting Fundamentals Stephen working with campers on the concept of perspective Campers in Cuore Gear, cuore is italian for “heart” Hitting Drills at Camp The post 2015 All Skills and Setter Camp with Lindsey Berg appeared first on The McCarthy Project, LLC.
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