|Club||Jason Berric||Saint Andrew’s Rowing Club||Roswell||GA|
|Best Time (mm:ss.s)||1:47.4||7:56.9||21:09.3||-||-||-||-|
|Bench Press (max)||Wingspan||Years rowing|
-Lettering in academics
- At Head of the Hog in 2020, my U17 4 placed gold
-Placed silver in my U17 8 and 2nd Varsity 8 at Head of the Hog in 2020
I have a passion for bettering myself and my team. I would enjoy continuing to do these things throughout college as well!
On the water, I would consider myself as a leader in the sense that many girls on my team come to me for technical advice. For example, if my coach gave them a correction they’re not sure how to fix, I’m good at giving them feedback on what I see and what helps me when Im in their situation.
When it comes to everyday tasks, I lead several situations at home regarding my younger brother. I make sure he does his chores and when needed I help him with his school work.
As a student athlete a healthy athletic performance is crucial to success. Ever since my freshman year I started counting my calories in a notebook to track how much I ate in a day. I write down everything I eat, translate it into calories, and gage how much more I would need to eat in order to have a successful practice. One common problem I see girls having at practice before even warming up, they have fatigue. This all could be avoided by fueling your body with the calories it needs. Several athletes don’t understand how much they need to eat in a day for their body’s to preform at such a high level! I also do my best to get to sleep at a decent time, your body simply cannot recover without rest. So I do my best as a high school athlete to have all of my school work done before 10:30.
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