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Online Strength & Development workouts

The 2020 summer Blue Devil Strength and Conditioning program begins Monday, May 18 for boys and girls grades 6-12. Due to COVID-19 school campus closures, Phase One of the program will begin virtually via Google Classroom. This year’s coaches are Greg Lupfer, Marqui Shields and Scott Shields. There is no cost to participate and all participants will receive jump ropes and strength development bands.

BDSC 2020 Phase One
• Start Date: Monday, May 18
• Students will work out at home with no person-to-person contact per state guidelines
• Program will feature occasional Google Meet opportunities
• Participants will check in on Google Classroom via their Student ID. Google Classroom code: wwrwgkk
• Participants will receive written workouts on a week-by-week basis to do on their own
• Participants will use bands and jump ropes provided at no cost by WWHS
NOTE: BDSC WORKOUTS DO NOT TAKE THE PLACE OF P.E. RESPONSIBILITIES

Gear Pick Up
• Jump ropes and strength development bands (no cost)
• Thursday May 14
• 11 a.m. to 1 p.m. and 5 to 7 p.m. (alternative pick up arrangements can be made)
• Pick-up area is located in the Fern Ave. parking lot next to the Wa-Hi track
• Safe distancing practices will be in place to allow for quick and easy equipment transfer

“We are super excited we can get going so early this year to engage with our students,” said BDSC Coach Greg Lupfer, who is also the Wa-Hi Head Football coach. “We understand everyone is excited to get out of the house, see old friends and make new ones, but because of the COVID-19 virus we have had to adjust our BDSC format and time frame to begin our workouts at home.”

Coach Lupfer and his team have plans in place to open the program to in-person sessions once state guidelines permit. Each Phase will be in conjunction with the state of Washington’s Health and Safety COVID-19 guidelines Governor Inslee has set forth.

“Our goal is to ensure the safety and well being of our participants first,” said Lupfer. “We want our students to keep their heads up, stay active and be sure to take care of their academic responsibilities.”

For more information, contact:
Coach Greg Lupfer – glupfer@wwps.org

PHOTO: Coach Greg Lupfer

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