In preparation for the upcoming high school football season, the Au Gres-Sims team is taking a unique approach to training. Rather than sticking to traditional practices, they have implemented what they call “beach practice” right on the shores of Lake Huron. These beach practices involve a variety of drills and exercises performed in the sand and water.
The players of the Wolverines football team have been working hard under the hot sun, engaging in challenging drills such as hose wrestling, fumble recoveries in the water, sand obstacle courses, and even racing to smooth out a large pile of soil. The players acknowledge that these beach practices are more demanding than their regular training routines. However, they also emphasize that it is an experience they wouldn't trade for anything.
Head coach Brian Sanchez believes that these beach practices offer a refreshing change of scenery for the players. They break away from the usual routine of running on grass and playing in the dirt, providing a different environment for training while still making it enjoyable. Sanchez values the fun element that these practices add to the team's preparation for the season.
As the regular high school football season draws near, the Au Gres-Sims team is determined to make the most of their unique beach practices. Despite the challenges they face during these grueling training sessions, they know that it will ultimately help them become a stronger and more cohesive team.
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