Monday, March 23, 2015

Athlete Spotlight #76) Riley Feltner

Hello Everyone!

Our 76th athlete has embraced training at AGSP and seen great results in a short amount of time! A very humble athlete with tremendous potential, this athlete is committed to being the best he can be. He makes the most of every workout and is always trying to improve. He is driven and self-motivated to achieve his goals. It’s time to meet our newest athlete spotlight!

Athlete Name: Riley Feltner 
Sport(s): Baseball
Position(s): Catcher, Pitcher, 1st Base, 3rd Base
School:Seton Catholic School
Graduation Year: 2015
AGSP Athlete Since: 2014

Favorite Professional Sports Team: Cleveland Indians
Favorite Professional Athlete: Trevor Baur, Ken Griffey Jr. 

Favorite Lift:Back Squat
Favorite Movement Skill: Lateral Movements 

When I am not training at AGSP, I am: playing baseball at school or playing ping-pong.
What are your short-term goals? Play varsity baseball as a freshman, weight 170 lbs., 1.90 pop time freshman year, and throw 90 mph off mound. 
What are your long-term goals?
 Be 1st round 2019 MLB draft. 
How has AGSP impacted your performance as an athlete? AGSP has made me faster, stronger, and more powerful. My numbers in the weight room and on our speed/agility have been improving. I see a significant improvement in the batting cages, on the pitching mound, and behind the plate. 

Check out some video of Riley in action at AGSP!

Keep Training! 
Coach Amanda Kephart and Akron General Sports Performance

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