About Wendy LeBolt

Since 2005, Fit2Finish has been working with parents, coaches, and athletes to keep youth sports healthy. Injuries and burnout should not be sidelining our kids, but young players need special care and handling to manage today’s demanding competitive schedules. Fit2Finish wants to put this know-how into your hands.

4 Key Elements for a Healthy Return to Play

We’re all excited about returning to play. To keep players healthy, follow these gradual steps to progress back to full fitness for sport.

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Kids anxious or antsy? At-Home PE Primer to the rescue!

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Regular workouts ease depression and lift mood according to studies performed on adults, but regular exercise may be even more important to the health and mental well-being of children. Especially now, while kids are stuck at home with parents who are … Continue reading

While we wait, we move: Lateral jump (video)

If you are sidelined at the moment and looking for ways to keep active and injury free, incorporate some Fit2Finish training into your routine. Be sure to keep the healthy BBB position (Bend your knees, Be on the balls of … Continue reading

5 reasons why the pro’s never skip warm-up and neither should you

Pro baseball players in balmy Florida for spring training and NFL players in temperature-controlled domes all still go through carefully scripted warm up routines before they train and play. Why, when they’re already sweating? Because warm-up has surprisingly less to … Continue reading

How to make your dynamic warm-up into an ACL injury prevention warm-up

Dynamic warm-ups are the norm for teams getting ready to play, but they’re not enough to address the high risk for ACL injuries that exists for female high school athletes today. To do that, we need to include ACL injury … Continue reading