of women in the C-suites played sports
of those women played college sports
more likely to graduate from college within 6 years
High school athletes are more likely to get better grades, graduate, and are less likely to be involved in unintended pregnancies.
Sports participation is tied to community engagement, including volunteer service and voting.
MENTAL AND PHYSICAL HEALTH BENEFITS:
Stronger immune systems
Reduced risk of breast cancer, specifically
Positive body image
Lower rates of depression and anxiety
Less likely to engage in substances and sexual risk-taking behaviors
Number of Players
Number of Players
Programs: Pursuit of Better Academy Training, Position Clinics, Super Sixes Tournaments, and National Travel Teams
POB, Sixes, and Position Clinics are in the following locations:
Alameda, Danville, Davis, Sacramento, San Francisco, San Rafael & Truckee, CALIFORNIA
Park City, Salt Lake City & Sandy, UTAH
*Tenacity Project operates in non-traditional lacrosse playing geographic locations. National Travel team members are from over two dozen different towns in the states above, as well as towns in Montana and Texas.
THE TENACITY WAY
Over 50% of children leave organized sports by age 13.
We foster a positive culture to keep young people playing.
Overuse injuries represent 50% of the sports-related injuries among youth.
Our programming emphasizes training athletes to train themselves so they can prepare and recover appropriately for their individual needs.
We support multi-sport participation, and every coach played multiple sports.
Mindfulness, breathwork, and visualization are components of all training and team program curricula.
Leadership development is year round, and includes discussions on movement building, first followership, giving and receiving feedback, finding your FIT, and response rituals.