WHAT IS AN NFT?
NFT stands for non-fungible token, which is a digital print / digital asset that represents real-world objects like art, music, in-game items and [Read More]
What Makes You A Recruitable Rower?
When it comes to recruiting rowers, different coaches look for different qualities. However, though they may each be weighted differently, most rowing coaches look for height, weight, and 2k erg times. But [Read More]
Just as no two athletes are the same, your recruiting process will be a unique experience for you and your family. However, along with the excitement, recruiting can also be confounding and full [Read More]
Are Club Sports The Key To College Scholarships?
When it comes to being recruited to play in college, many people believe playing club sports will provide a leg up. Others feel the prominence of their school’s program [Read More]
5 Ways Gymnastics Recruiting Is Different From Other Sports
Due to its size, scope, and media attention, the recruiting process in sports like football and basketball is well known. Given that, many people assume the same process plays out in [Read More]
How To Get Recruited Even If You’re An Unsigned Senior
Thanks to signing ceremonies, the National Signing Day has become a big media event. But, if you’re a senior who hasn’t signed on the dotted line and [Read More]
3 STUNT Techniques to Master
For all-girl bases, poor technique is most often the root of many problems. More importantly, while poor technique can affect the quality of your stunts, it can also cause physical injury. So, if you want [Read More]
Seven Things Every Rowing Recruit Should Know
It may sound silly, but the key to being recruited in any sport is being “recruitable.” That’s especially true in rowing, where earning a spot on the team, and keeping that spot, requires [Read More]
Ten Things To Know About College Gymnastics Recruiting
Becoming an elite gymnast takes hard work and dedication. And developing the talent to compete at the collegiate level is even more difficult. So, if your goal is to earn a college [Read More]