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Published on October 31, 2017

UHS training methods featured in U-E weight room 

Physical education classes and sports teams at Union-Endicott High School have begun training in the new Tigers' weight room.

Students and student athletes use strength-and-conditioning methods developed and presented by UHS Sports Medicine when they are working out in the fitness facility.

Three students doing push-ups in the new Tiger's weight room.
The new room was designed for optimal flow, with plenty of space so that large groups can get high-quality sports performance training in a comfortable environment with lots of elbow-room.

New equipment includes barbells, handheld free weights, two functional weight trainers, a push sled and a 75-foot turf strip. 

UHS Sports Medicine is proud to work in partnership with U-E and the Tigers in providing a strength-and-conditioning program that helps young athletes stay safe and stay in the game, according to UHS trainer Andrew Long.

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