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Top 5 List

By |December 20th, 2015|News|

With 2015 winding down, now is an optimal time to get set up for the upcoming new year. Here are 5 super easy things you can do with minimal investment to create a solid foundation for 2016: 1) Drink more water. To figure out the amount you should be drinking a day, take your body [...]

Riverdale Championship

By |November 15th, 2015|News|

Coach Andrew FitzGerald lead the Riverdale Country School Boys Varsity Soccer team to a back-to-back NYSAIS title, with a 2-0 victory over #5 seed UNIS. Full coverage of the game is available on MSG Varsity: Riverdale went through the emotional wringer Friday after winning the NYSAIS state boys soccer semifinals over Poly Prep. It took [...]

E3Sports in the Schools

By |October 7th, 2015|News|

E3Sports is excited to be working with so many students in multiple boroughs from ages 5 through 18 in this new school year! We have the privilege to work with such great communities on a daily basis. Did you know: Almost 60 coaching were filled with private school teams between the fall and winter seasons [...]

Remembering the “Student” in “Student Athlete”

By |September 27th, 2015|News|

With school starting, it’s essential to start the year off right. Athletic talent can certainly open doors for academic opportunities, but being a “student” is a critical part of being a “student athlete”. There are more than 460,000 NCAA student athletes – fewer than 2% will go pro in their sport. The overwhelming majority of [...]

Baseball & Softball Players: Shoulder Tightness

By |August 17th, 2015|News|

Baseball and softball travel summer seasons are starting to come towards the final countdowns and the innings have taken a toll on an overhead athlete’s body. Shoulder tightness is a common by-product of all the throwing in the field and pitching in practice, warm-ups, and games. If you are planning on playing a fall season, [...]

The Importance of Posture and Athletic Base Stability

By |July 20th, 2015|News|

While working with the great athletes of the New Heights Basketball summer camp, we’ve been stressing a lot about good posture and having a strong athletic base. For the campers, we demonstrated the difference between optimal body position and what looks like a hunched position. They could see the difference in the improvement to guard [...]

Core Strength

By |June 7th, 2015|News|

We all have been trained by social media to obsess over our core. What people typically fail to realize is that your back is part of your core and your core is really the entire middle of your body. Have a habitually tight back? Core strength issues. Crunches and sit ups are not the sole [...]

Creator of Nike Pitch Fit Workout

By |May 29th, 2015|News|

Inspired by the Women’s World Cup commencing in June 2015, Nike is promoting its soccer inspired “Pitch Fit” workouts exclusively for girl’s soccer clubs and consumers in the tri-State area. E3Sports Co-Founder and Director of Performance, Andrew FitzGerald, was selected by Nike to create and curate a functional program design that decreases injury potential and [...]

Helping Children With Movement Puzzles

By |April 29th, 2015|News|

Physical inactivity is a rising issue among children. Sedentary lifestyles as well as the fact less than half of primary school children do the recommended 60 minutes of exercise daily is linked to the decline in basic fundamental movement skills. A child’s ability to perform fundamental movement skills is their foundation for life long physical [...]

Creative Solutions to Mitigate Injury

By |March 29th, 2015|News|

According to the U.S. Centers for Disease Control (CDC), participation in organized sports is on the rise. Nearly 30 million children and adolescents participate in youth sports in the United States. This increase in play has led to some other startling statistics about injuries among America’s young athletes: High school athletes account for an estimated [...]