E3Sports had the opportunity to visit one of the country's most prominent exercise science schools at SUNY-Cortland. Co-Founder Andrew FitzGerald presented to the Fitness Development & Internship class for the second year in a row to give students an inside look on how a sport performance company operates. E3Sports conducts a yearly mentorship to handpick new performance coaches with many of the selections coming straight out of SUNY-Cortland.
E3Sports evaluated both men's and women's soccer teams as way to help educate coaches and student athletes on injury prevention. Each player was screened and physical imbalances, limitations and dysfunctions were noted and corrective exercises were prescribed. As an added benefit coaches FitzGerald, Mike Jock, James Eichas and Bob Poehling instructed a 60-minute athletic development session for both soccer teams together.
“It was a great experience to return to Cortland and work with my former team,” said Coach Jock. “I wish I had the opportunity to be screened and told where I need to improve as an athlete. I hope that our service will have a positive impact on the team and their success this coming season. They seemed very eager to learn the results of their FMS scores and very focused during the corrective workout.”
E3Sports would like to thank Professor Dr. Buckenmeyer, and Coach Steve Axtell and Heidi Woodcock for making this educational experience happen.