The Pros come out to train youth at 2nd Annual Sports camp!

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Eat Yo Hart Out youth sports performance

ADELANTO – Young football and softball players worked on their speed, skill and technique, Saturday, at the Adelanto Stadium. Eat Yo Hart Out’s 2nd Annual Youth Sports Performance Camp brought professional athletes, trainers and young athletes together for a morning of learning, encouragement and fun.

“What makes this youth sports performance camp very unique is all sports are welcomed,” said Eat Yo Hart Out Owner TJ Hart. “It creates opportunities to build social cohesion and physical development among our youth in this community.” 

The morning started off with the kids doing warm-up sprints before breaking off into groups for their chosen sport. There were plenty of coaches on the field including NFL alumni Bryant Jones and Anthony Ezeakunne.

Youth athletes warming up at the Eat Yo Hart Out 2nd Annual Youth Sports Performance Camp, June 4, at the Adelanto Stadium.

Eat Yo Hart Out sports performance company helps athletes maintain high levels of performance and recovery. Hart has worked with over 40 pro NFL, NBA, CFL, XFL, NCAA, Rugby, MMA and PBR athletes.

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Adelanto Mayor Gabriel Reyes provided the Adelanto Stadium for the event as well as Best Choice Catering HD providing food for the participants. Bgr8 Wellness Center, Rebirth Lifting Club, Turfblox, FitFam HD and High Desert Second Chance also sponsored the event.

“We’re just looking to have an overall good time,” said Hart.


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