What does a Coolibar 2014 Sponsored Athlete do when injury temporarily takes her out of the game? Switch sports, of course! By Kaitlyn Price
Archive for Coolibar Athletes
By Kaitlyn Price
As a competitive golfer, there aren’t many days off. The summer months are the heart of the competitive season, and I am taking advantage of the plethora of events to prepare myself for LPGA Qualifying School in August. It is important to have all aspects of your golf game in shape because each tournament brings a new challenge.
Sun protection is extremely important to me as a football coach to stay safe in the sun. We are outside conditioning all summer long in the Louisiana sun. It can be brutal. It is very humid in the south and sweat easily washes off the typical sunscreen. Wearing protective clothing provides the additional protection I need to feel comfortable in the sun without the worry of skin cancer.
By Leslie Jackson
A year ago I found a passion for stand up paddleboarding (SUP) and it has become my sport of choice. It doesn’t matter if I go out for interval training, cross training, yoga or just for fun – I can do it all on my SUP.
By Trey Seibold
I am a tennis professional and have been teaching tennis in Florida for the past 27 years. Growing up swimming and playing tennis competitively I have continued with both sports as an adult. In 2012 I competed in the U.S. Masters Swimming in Omaha, Nebraska, where I finished 5th in the 800-meter freestyle.
By Valerie Stewart: Snowboarding is the sport that makes me feel truly alive. I’m fully present when flying down a mountain on a race course, or carving powder in the trees. My thoughts are not cluttered or stuck in past or future; I am completely in the moment. For me, snowboarding creates an ideal state of mind.
By Rich Early: I play for a Senior Softball age 65 tournament team that travels throughout Oregon and Washington, and will also play in Reno, Nevada and St. George, Utah this year. To play competitive tournament softball I work out at home five days a week at 6 am. I may not be the fastest player on the circuit but I work out hard in order to at least be in the conversation.
By Mekia Earle:
I know that the parents out there will relate to my morning frenzy. Some may call it a routine, I suppose, but I prefer to call it “somewhat controlled chaos.”