RSVP for Meta Olympic Day & Family Picnic

5:30-8:30 pm
Monday, August 15

Regional Athletic Complex
2150 Rose Park Ln. Salt Lake City, UT 84116
 

PLAYERS WEAR GRAY OR WHITE JERSEY & BRING A BALL

PARENTS BRING CHAIR, BUG SPRAY, PICNIC ITEMS &
CASH FOR THE TACO TRUCK IF YOU WANT

WE WILL DISTRIBUTE PREVIOUSLY-ORDERED METASPORT PATCHES
(EXTRA PATCHES AND DECALS FOR CASH PURCHASE)
 

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MetaSport is hosting a special event for players, coaches and their families to kickoff our first season as a new club.

 Olympic ski jumper Lindsey Van.&nbsp;

Olympic ski jumper Lindsey Van. 

√  PLAYERS will experience a fun plyometric training session with U.S. Olympic Ski Jumpers and World Champions, Sarah Hendrickson and Lindsey Van

√  COACHES and PARENTS are invited to take part in a session and Q&A on athlete strength and conditioning, led byTschana Schiller, U.S. Ski & Snowboard Association's senior physiologist. Schiller has trained top Olympic athletes, including snowboarder Kelly Clark, 2002 Gold medalist.

 Olympic ski jumper Sarah Hendrickson.

Olympic ski jumper Sarah Hendrickson.

Sarah Hendrickson, 2013 Ski Jumping World Champion and 2014 Olympian.

√  PICNIC - The family picnic begins at 7:30 pm, following the training sessions. Please bring your own food, chairs, shade and bug spray!

DID YOU KNOW?

Lindsey Van and Sarah Hendrickson made history in Sochi 2014 by competing in the debut of women’s ski jumping at the Olympic Games. Even though women had been participating in the sport for over 100 years, they were barred from competing at the Olympics. Van and Hendrickson led the international fight to get their sport in the Games. They star in the 2012 award-winning documentary, Ready to Fly, which can be viewed on iTunes.

Van is now retired and has been coaching the next generation of women ski jumpers. Hendrickson, a Red Bull-sponsored athlete, is training for the 2018 Winter Games in PyeongChang.


WHAT IS PLYOMETRICS?

Plyometrics, also known as "jump training" or "plyos", are exercises in which muscles exert maximum force in short intervals of time, with the goal of increasing power (speed-strength). Plyos provide a great foundation for soccer training.