Iron Jack program under way at DHS
The 2013 Diboll Summer Athletics Iron Jack Program is open to all Diboll students and is run by Diboll coaches.
The free program is held from 8 to 10 a.m. Monday through Thursday at the Diboll High School weight room from now through July 25.
The Iron Jack Program is a summer workout program which utilizes weights, speed drills, agility drills and conditioning drills to maximize skills and talents for the upcoming competitive sports season.
Athletes will be provided with a comprehensive workout guide that will provide a week-to-week workout cycle which will focus on two phases. The weight phase will target specific body parts for strength-building, performance-enhancement and aiding in injury prevention. The running phase will focus on speed, agility and conditioning through drills, and technique.
As with any workout program, athletes will only see the desired results if they are committed to getting better and make it a priority to miss as few workouts as possible. While it would be ideal to make every workout this summer, the coaches understand that things come up. But they also understand that in order for everyone to reach their full potential in their selected sport, sacrifices have to be made and constantly missing workouts will only slow the growth process.
For the Diboll athletics program to reach the next level, the summer program has to become a priority for each and every student-athelete involved. For more information, call the fieldhouse at 936-829-4200, Coach Credille at 979-583-3424 or Coach Hurley at 936-366-2520.
Diboll High School athletes enjoy a day of fun and games after the school year ended.
Photos by Richard Nelson