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Friday, September 30, 2011

One Week Until Big D1 Experience with PGA stud Scott Stallings

One week until the D1 Experience with PGA Tour pro Scott Stallings on Friday, October 7 at D1 Knoxville. It is going to be great! You have to pre-register by CLICKING HERE

Thursday, September 29, 2011

AJ Hawk Kettlebell Strength Circuit For STACK Mag Cover

If you haven't seen it, make sure to check out the "Back to School" edition of STACK Magazine. A.J. Hawk and D1 are featured! Definitely a great read and something to check out. Get your copy at D1 or CLICK HERE to subscribe.
 

Wednesday, September 28, 2011

D1 Officially Has Its Own 5k Turkey Trot

D1 is excited to have its own race! The D1 Turkey Trot and Kids Fun Run benefitting GraceWorks Ministries, formerly named the Habitrot, will run for the 12th Thanksgiving morning with D1 Nashville as the new official partner and GraceWorks as the new beneficiary of the 5k.

Runners can pre-register online by CLICKING HERE before Nov. 21 or drop by the D1 facility on Wednesday, Nov. 23, from 3 to 6 p.m. Race morning registration will also be available at D1 from 6:30 to 7:45 a.m. CLICK HERE to read more from the Tennessean.

Tuesday, September 27, 2011

D1 Athletes Prepare for MLB Division Series

Baseball playoffs are almost here and Brewers relief pitcher Tim Dillard is sitting pretty ready for the Division Series. CLICK HERE to check out his latest Harry Carey impression or watch his Harry Carey stand up from back in Spring Training below.

Also, good luck to Craig Kimbrell and Dan Uggla (Atlanta Braves) along with David Price and Ben Zobrist (Tampa Rays). D1 has been fortunate to see these guys in our facility over the years and will be cheering as they fight to get into the MLB Playoffs!

Monday, September 26, 2011

D1 Making Moves in Social Media

With D1's Twitter account ready to pass 4,000 followers and D1's Facebook passing 10,000 two weeks ago, things are looking up for D1 in the social media category. Check out some of these photos from the fun little contest we had for our Facebook 10k project.

Also, check out our social media.
Twitter.com/D1Sports
Facebook.com/D1Sports
Youtube.com/d1sportstraining
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Friday, September 23, 2011

Great Day at D1 for Wounded Warrior Project Soldier Ride

Thanks to all that came out for the bike fitting for the Wounded Warrior Project Soldier Ride at D1 Nashville. The fitting was in preparation for the Soldier Ride in Nashville on Saturday, September 25th, beginning at Battle Ground Academy. Thanks to the D1 athletes and friends who came out to met the brave wounded warriors. Big thanks to 104.5's 3 Hour Lunch, the Latin Wagon, U-Haul and Eddie George for supporting the bike fitting.

Thursday, September 22, 2011

D1 Chattanooga 8-Year-Old Looking Good in Football

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D1 Chattanooga 8-year-old Carson Yates is one tough D1 rookie. He plays football and wrestles and trains at D1. He's tough. Nothing bothers him, and always works hard. Check out his highlight video.

Wednesday, September 21, 2011

2 D1 Athletes Go from Undrafted to Bears 53 Man Roster

D1 Combine athlete Kyle Adams and D1 Birmingham athlete Mario Addison both made the Chicago Bears 53-man roster after going undrafted. Kyle's a tight end from Purdue and Mario is a defensive end from Troy. Mario trained with Chris Scarborough at D1 Bham while Kyle trained with the rest of the Combine class in Nashville. Congrats guys! Quite an achievement. CLICK HERE to read more.

Monday, September 19, 2011

Knoxville Athletes Show off Adidas adiZero 5-Star Cleat



At the Eric Berry Elite Defensive Skills Camp at D1 Knoxville back in the summer, the Southeastern region's top defensive backs and linebackers get a look at the adidas adiZero 5-Star cleat.

Friday, September 16, 2011

College Recruiting Tip: Top 5 Back to School Tips

This is Jared Montz and you are reading the September 2011 free College Recruiting e-newsletter by CollegeRecruitingWebsite.com.

By this point most of you have started school or are about to start after Labor Day weekend.  More then likely your college recruiting plan or even that the fact that you need one is the last thing on your back school to do list.  With big games and homecoming dances coming up it’s kinda hard to think ahead to playing college sports.  The college recruiting process starts your freshman year and continues through high school, don’t wait until Senior to start thinking about college recruiting.

My Top 5 Back to School College Recruiting Tips!
Number 5 – Set up an Online Calendar
Set up an online calendar like a Google calendar, which you can get for free with an Gmail email address.  Set one up today, for free at Gmail.com.  Once you create your new calendar insert all of your games, practices, gym workouts, dances, tests, family events, etc.  Then go in and block recruiting work, like sending emails to college coaches, around your already busy schedule.  This will increase your chances of doing your recruiting work in a timely manner.  Plus this is great time management practice because once you do get on the college team of your dreams if you don’t know how to manage your school, sport and social life then that will greatly decrease your chances of success on and off the field your freshman year.

Number 4 – Register for the NCAA Clearinghouse
Every athlete that intends to play college sports at the NCAA level needs to register for the NCAA clearinghouse, which can be done at EligibilityCenter.org.  You have to go through this process to prove to the NCAA you are an amateur level athlete.

CLICK HERE to read more on STACK.com's blog.

Thursday, September 15, 2011

Wednesday, September 14, 2011

Lots of D1 Athletes on NFL Rosters

As NFL football starts again, many D1 athletes have made the opening NFL rosters. Below is a list of players who have trained at a D1 Facility and are active in the NFL. D1 has over 125 athletes active in the NFL. CLICK HERE to see the list.

Monday, September 12, 2011

Friday, September 9, 2011

Thursday, September 8, 2011

Bham News Features D1's Concussion Event

Make sure to read the story about Kevin Turner and his fight with ALS and how head trauma contributed in the Bham News.  Turner will be speaking at D1 Birmingham tonight at 7 with brain injury expert Chris Nowinski for a free seminar about protecting athletes. CLICK HERE to read it.

Wednesday, September 7, 2011

Come Train With PGA Tour Rookie Scott Stallings at D1 Experience in Knoxville

Come workout with PGA Tour Rookie Scott Stallings at D1 Knoxville on Friday, Oct. 7! The event is free and open to ages 7 and up. All participants must register no later than Thurs., Oct. 6. CLICK HERE to register. Learn how Scott trains for the PGA Tour and watch as he gets after it! Welcome to all ALL ages and skill levels.

D1's Scott Stallings Hangs Out in Red Sox Nation

D1's Scott Stallings is mixing with lots of different athletes these days. In addition to being one of the best golfers in the world, he got a chance to hang with some of the Red Sox players for an Inside the PGA Tour feature on the Golf Channel last night. Scott was born near Boston but now lives in Knoxville and trains at D1 Knoxville. Scott was up in New England playing in the Deutsche Bank Championship. Check out Scott giving Big Papi some tips in the photo above. 

Tuesday, September 6, 2011

Friday, September 2, 2011

Morgan Gregory First to Graduate D1's Leadership Program


Congrats to Morgan Gregory, the first person to graduate D1's new three-month Leadership Program. The leadership program prepares individuals to be facility coordinators of D1 facilities. This program encompasses all facets of managing a D1 facility under the leadership of D1's corporate office. Morgan will be taking the Facility Coordinator duties at D1 Cincinnati beginning next week. To see more info on the Leadership Program, CLICK HERE. Good luck in Cincy, Morgan!

Thursday, September 1, 2011

D1's Andrew Burnett Commits to Sacred Heart for Lacrosse

Congrats to D1's Andrew Burnett who has verbally committed to Sacred Heart to play lacrosse! Andrew, who starred at Brentwood High School, has trained at D1 Nashville since he was a young athlete. Way to go, Andrew!
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