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NYJ QB Mark Sanchez Feels the Warm-Up Cord Whip

During a time when NFL players are unable to practice with franchise coaches or use NFL team facilities, New York Jets Quarterback Mark Sanchez has organized Jets West, a week-long passing camp in Southern California.  In addition to using Athletic Republic's proprietary Warm-Up Cord, the team is also reviewing video from last season, studying playbooks and working on formations on the field.

Nike Strobe Sensory Training Available at Athletic Republic

The Nike Vapor Strobe improves athletic performance by enhancing visual skills such as focus, attention, anticipation, reaction, visualization, balance, stability, and peripheral vision. Sensory training gives players a competitive advantage so they are able to react faster and make better plays in critical situations.

Sports Stars of Tomorrow

Tune in this weekend to Sports Stars of Tomorrow, a half hour nationally syndicated television show hosted by legendary NFL announcer Pat Summerall, which will feature the U.S. Army All-American Bowl (USAAB), the Eastbay Youth All-American Bowl and the Youth Combine held in San Antonio's AlamoDome on January 8 and 9, 2011.

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Support Japan Earthquake Relief

Post by: Charlie Graves, CEO

March in Japan is usually a time of great joy as the world turns to the island's celebration of the annual cherry blossom festival. But on March 11, 2011, the largest earthquake to hit Japan in the nation's history struck mid-afternoon. Thousands of lives and livelihoods have been devastated by the powerful earthquake and subsequent tsunami.

FORMER NHL STAR NOW TRAINING AFTER PLAYING

Like former NHL Centre Marty Murray, some professional athletes make a compelling decision to take their sport’s passion and use it to train young, hopeful athletes who aspire to some day live the dream Murray did.

A small but gritty centreman, Murray, now director of hockey at Athletic Republic in Minot, N.D., enjoyed a 15-year professional hockey career where he was named captain on a number of teams.

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