Wildcats holding clinic on FridayJuly 13, 2021
By Herald Staff
Students, parents and people are invited to the 8 a.m. through Noon to a free Strength and Conditioning clinic Jasper is holding on Friday, with some guests on hand to present topics.
Dr. Braden Singleton is a faculty member at Indiana University. He will be the first presenter in the Jasper High School Community Room and then the weight room to demonstrate. Two athletes from Indiana University will be on hand to help demonstrate.
Adam Lane is the Head Strength and Sports Performance Coordinator at Decatur Central in Indianapolis. He will provide the second presentation in the weight room for progressions on core lifts and Jasper athletes will be used to help demonstrate.
Husband and wife authors Tony and Arin Lindauer from Indianapolis will primarily be in the Community Room to talk about nutrition for athletes or for people in general.
Lastly will be Indiana State University instructor Charles Peebles, who will discuss ways to avoid injuries and perform better.
More on DuboisCountyHerald.com
The Habig Center and Parklands show how far Jasper has come as a community in some ways.
Southridge girls golf graduated a lot last year, but coach Tom Collins thinks this year's...
Forest Park girls golf is set to have one thing this year that it didn't last year - a team.
Jasper graduate Jared Sermersheim is trying to find balance as he looks to help the Dubois...
Jasper athletic director Brian Lewis has been named the next assistant commissioner of the IHSAA.
The Dubois County Bombers secured a key win over the Henderson Flash on Friday evening.
MaKenize Smith stays focused on her work. Her grit and determination have helped her find...
The Jasper Reds will take their talents to the NABF World Series. The Reds enjoyed a successful...