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ASF Re-opening Policies and Procedures

ASF Family, This has been a crazy few months and the rest of the year might be even crazier! As you all know, Governor DeWine amended the shelter in place order allowing gyms to re-open under minimum operations, starting May 26. We are excited and of course cautious, and really appreciate your support while the […]

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The toughest blog post I’ve ever written (for now)

This is a tough post to write but I want to be open, honest and transparent regarding our situation. Like most small businesses, we have multiple challenges right now.  In our case: How to coach virtually? How to create value without a facility? How to deliver a session in a different way than in – […]

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Do You Really Want To Be A College Athlete? – By Roderick Mills

Rod Mills just signed a professional basketball contract to play in Georgia (the country, that is).  Here is a great read for athletes who are considering playing college athletics. While I was working out this summer I had a conversation with my trainer at the sports performance place I go to and we talked about […]

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For guys only – ASF Book Club

Men we have a problem. The problem is us: men. We are responsible for most of what is wrong is this world. If you ask some people, we are responsible for everything that is wrong in the world. But we also hold the solution. If you watch any social media/television/video format, most of what you […]

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The “Why” of Why I Love to Coach – Alice Smith

We all choose a path in life. We choose to study a particular subject in school, we choose a career that we think will make us happy. We choose to get married or stay single. We choose. When asked “why” I made my career choice, it took me a minute to find the words for […]

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How Having A Baby Made Me A Better Coach – Brian MacDonald

  “Brian! I think I’m pregnant!”, my wife abruptly wakes me with at roughly 6:30 in the morning, and understandably so. Those of you who really know me, I am the antithesis of a morning person. I am the classic “don’t talk to me until I have my caffeine” type of person, so all I […]

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January 2018 updates

Now that you have stopped laughing from my vintage 80’s fashion sense, here are a few updates to start the new year: The annual Challenge is now in its sixth year.  It has been so much fun each year and we would love for you to join us if you haven’t already.  Our big focus […]

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Meet Rebecca Bryant, UC intern for the summer

I’m Rebecca, a girl who grew up playing sports and had plenty of siblings to laugh with, play with, and of course, occasionally fight with. My parents got divorced when I was 2 years old, so I don’t remember ever living with both parents. I used to wonder how things would have been if they […]

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