“Don’t count the hours, make the hours count!”

Tomball Christian Warriors coaches speak to players

SPRING Texas—With last week’s training interrupted by rain showers and a soggy field at The Farm League, athletes from the Tomball Christian Warriors football and baseball programs were rested and ready for the resumption of summer workouts, yesterday, led by sports performance coach George Coleman of Peak Athletic Performance and football coach Bill Pellerin.

This third workout built on the flexibility, agility, and speed work of the two previous sessions.

Thunderstorms in the area cooled the summer air and brought an occasional breeze to the most intense, two-hour workout yet. Coach Coleman led Warrior athletes through a series of demanding drills combining agility and speed training. He emphasized good running form and bursts from an athletic position over distances of twenty to thirty yards.

Turnout was good despite the shortened holiday week, with new faces appearing after the conclusion of seven-on-seven football.

The Warriors will break for Independence Day and return next week for more work as they continue their quest for success in football and fall baseball when the fall semester begins.

Coach Coleman also shared an inspirational video message with the athletes before their holiday break, reminding them “Don’t count the hours, make the hours count!”

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