Krush Performance: Staying Sharp During The Shutdown

KP - PHOTO FOR RI SHOWSport has been shut down top to bottom. Frustrated, sad, even mad….it’s okay. We get it. We are right there with you but if you frame this whole thing up properly, what we really have here is a great opportunity. Very much like when our athletes get injured, it is an opportunity to work on things that we might not work on if we were going about our business as usual.

We talk with Kelly Hodgson from United Sport & Cycle about some of the things that you can do in small spaces as we tuck ourselves away in self-isolation.

Also, it’s still spring and with spring comes baseball. Even though baseball is shut down, we talk player and athlete development, maximizing performance, and reducing your risk of injuries with Krush Favorite Jamie Reed, Senior Director Medical Operations for the Texas Rangers.

This is a conversation with implications that go well beyond baseball. Player safety, longevity, and performance is what it is all about and it’s a long game.

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