Endeavor Sports Performance, as well as the entire Total Turf Experience complex, will be closed Monday, 10/29 due to weather. Stay tuned for more information regarding Tuesday, 10/30. We apologize for any inconvenience this may create, but this decision was made in the interest of the safety of our clients and staff.
Endeavor Sports Performance is proud to announce that '95 Defenseman Tommy Panico
has committed to UMass-Lowell on a scholarship for either 2014 or 2015.
So far this season for the U18 team, Tommy has been a big, steady
presence on the blueline, chipping in 5 goals and 10 assists for 15
points in 16 games played, while posting a +18 rating. Other schools in
the mix for Tommy included UMass-Amherst, Providence, Penn State, and
Union. Tommy is the 4th player from the U18 team, who trained hard 4x/week all Summer, to commit Division 1
this season, and the 34th player to commit Division 1 from the Team
Comcast organization in the past 5 years.
From the entire Endeavor staff, congratuations Tommy! Well deserved!
Over the last two weeks, Endeavor had an opportunity to put the South Jersey Shamrocks Lacrosse Organization through a battery of assessments and tests to provide baseline levels of their fitness. The protocol was specifically designed to assess:
Hip and shoulder mobility
Lower body power
Lower body strength
Upper body strength and endurance
All of the kids worked extremely hard; we're proud of the effort they put forth. Endeavor and the Shamrocks are discussing a time to retest the kids in the future to assess their progress.
If you'd like to schedule a time for your organization to be tested, contact Endeavor's Director of Athletic Development, Kevin Neeld, via email here: Email Kevin.
Endeavor Sports Performance is proud to announce that '95 defenseman Kenny Citron
has committed to Colgate University on a full scholarship for 2015. One
of only four returning players for the Comcast U18 team, Kenny is the captain
of the team, and has helped lead the team to a 13-2-1 start to the
season. In 15 games played this year, Kenny has 2 goals and 12 assists
for 14 points, and leads the team in +/- with an impressive +26 rating.
Kenny made his decision to attend Colgate University from a list of
schools that heavily recruited him including Yale, Princeton, Dartmouth,
Harvard, Cornell, and Union.
From the entire Endeavor staff, congratuations Kenny! Well deserved!
Defenseman Dominic Racobaldo has been named captain of the Fargo Force as determined by a vote of his teammates.
The veteran defenseman is two games shy of 100 regular season
contests for his USHL career. He collected 10 points (1g, 9a),
including his first USHL goal, and 50 penalty minutes for the Force last
season after being acquired in a trade with the Omaha Lancers. As a
rookie in the League, he dished out five assists in 41 games during the
Racobaldo is a 20-year-old native of Pennsauken, New Jersey. The
6-2, 216-pound native has also appeared in eight career USHL playoff
Team Comcast '96 Anthony Siderio has committed to the University of
Connecticut for the Fall of 2015. Over the past two years, Anthony has
garnered interest from several elite Division 1 schools, and ultimately
decided to accept a full scholarship to UConn. Anthony becomes the first
forward to commit to UConn after it was announced that they will join
Hockey East in 2015. A five year member of Team Comcast, Siderio helped
lead the '96 team to Nationals bantam major year before leaving home to
attend South Kent. Siderio will join three former Team Comcast players
at UConn: Ryan Tyson, Bobby Segin, and Joe Birmingham. The Endeavor
family wishes Anthony the best of luck as he prepares for UConn in 2015!
Congratulations to 6'5" 205lb Team Comcast U-18 power forward Dwyer Tschantz, who was the only Midget Major skater to be named to the NHL's Central Scouting List! Check out the full list here: NHL Central Scouting List
On November 10-11, Endeavor Sports Performance will be hosting a two-day seminar from the Postural Restoration Institute (PRI) titled "Myokinematic Restoration". PRI was established to explore and explain the science of postural
adaptations, asymmetrical patterns and the influence of polyarticular
chains of muscles on the human body. Our mission is based on the
development of an innovative treatment approach that addresses the
primary contributions of postural kinematic movement dysfunction.
Over the last several years, PRI's approach has been integrated into leading sports medicine and performance programs across the country. Despite their country-wide popularity and the proven effectiveness of their approach, this will be the FIRST time PRI will be teaching their methods on the East Coast between the cities of Baltimore and Boston. We invite you to explore their revolutionary approach to physical medicine during this incredible course.
*The course is approved for CEU credits by the AOTA, BOC, NCBTMB,
APTA, and NSCA.
principles of lower half musculoskeletal dysfunction as they relate to
rotational patterns of the femur, pelvis and lumbar spine.
musculoskeletal dysfunction relates to articular chain asymmetry and
patterns of synergistic compensatory activity.
Apply examination and
assessment skills to neuromuscular dyssynchrony and postural asymmetries
that affect stability and function of the lower half.
activity across the lumbo-pelvic-femoral complex and improve neuromuscular
motor control of the muscles that stabilize these joints.
This advanced lecture and lab course explores the
biomechanics of contralateral and ipsilateral myokinematic lumbo-pelvic-femoral
dysfunction. Treatment emphasizes the restoration of pelvic-femoral alignment
and recruitment of specific rotational muscles to reduce synergistic patterns
of pathomechanic asymmetry. Emphasis will be placed on restoration, recruitment
and retraining activities using internal and external rotators of the femur,
pelvis and lower trunk. Identification and isolation techniques to inhibit
overactive musculature will enable the course participant to restore normal
resting muscle position. Participants will be able to immediately apply PRI
clinical assessment and management skills when treating diagnosis such as “piriformis
syndrome”, right SI joint dysfunction, and low back strain.
Due to equipment limitations, attendance will be limited and given the popularity of this course, spots are expected to fill up fast. Don't miss out on this incredible opportunity. Reserve your spot today!