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“We’re teaching them how to be prepared, how to be organized, be polite, be considerate, show gratitude, understand being part of a team,” he says, noting that although they don’t function as therapists, the children often confide their stories of difficult young lives marked by foster home shuffles and, sometimes, law-breaking.
So we’re trying to save them from going down the wrong path.” Fanning out over the gym floor, kids and teens run the athletic gamut — shooting hoops over here, spiking volleyballs over there, tossing football spirals on this side, fine-tuning their agility (leaping from the ground to a platform) on that side — under the friendly but laser-focused gazes of their coaches. If I didn’t have sports and that structure, I don’t know what I would look like today,” says Rice, a former defensive back with the New England Patriots and Tampa Bay Buccaneers, who earned a college degree in social work.
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Now that she is 19 she needs to make up all those missed credits in Gym class.
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“Even people with a fitness center at work or a treadmill in the basement fail to exercise,” the noted.Do you want to know how Omega decided to take revenge? Lisa loves smoke marijuana, abuse teacher and attack them! Her well connected father cut a deal with the judge – Lisa must fulfill one hour physical fit test with her gym teacher. “All of us had our exposure to gangs but we try to make the right decision. We all got scholarships to get out of high school and go to college and play ball. “I think we all flirt with disaster a little,” says Spicer, who grew up in Pittsburgh.
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“If I can get a kid to come here and do something positive with their life, I’m preventing the next car-jacking, the next robbery. It’s the best thing I could ever be a part of.” Preparing to officially unveil its status as a nonprofit organization on Nov. 4, the free, ongoing program supervised by those co-owners — former Navy SEAL Mel Spicer III, former NFL player Rodney Rice, probation officer Lamont Hicks and businessman Manus Edwards — provides strength and agility conditioning and sports coaching for boys and girls ages 6 to 18.