You’ve got the foundations of your training regimen down, you’re regularly completing your workouts, and you’re seeing results. But if you want to take your performance to the next level, it’s important to fill in your holes as an athlete and work on improving the components of fitness that are currently lagging behind. The following are Athletes You Should Add to Your Training Regimen:
1. Brooke Fletcher
Fletcher, who currently competes in wrestling, is skilled at balancing speed and strength. She recently moved to Colorado Springs, Colorado to train with the U.S.’s top wrestling stars and takes a more technical approach to her training than most athletes do. Fletcher has managed to hold three records on the UWW’s world team: Most medals in one weight class (six total), most gold medals in a single tournament (four), and most long periods of time under the grip (five).
2. Tyler Naquin
Naquin has been the top catcher in the Cleveland Indians organization since he was signed out of high school. He’s a great student of the game and has gained an expertise in handling pitching staffs. His ability to catch as well as hit for power make him an invaluable asset for any team.
3. Tatum Paxley
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4. Mark Scheifele
The Winnipeg Jets’ center is gifted with a variety of skills. Scheifele can shoot from a distance, but he’s at his best when he is in the trenches, battling for sticks and pucks in the corners. He’s also very strong on his skates and has an exceptional ability to protect the puck from defenders.
5. Kurt Angle
The 1996 Olympic Gold Medalist and former WWE champion knows what it takes to push his body to its limits. Angle is the father of three children and still maintains a strong physique at the age of 48. Even though he has enjoyed success in multiple sports, he credits wrestling for his longevity and has recently made a comeback.