Troy Terrones stepped into Champion’s QUEST back in November of 2015 with short-terms goals of improving his strength and speed to become the best athlete possible. Troy’s long-term goals are to play soccer in college and one day professionally.
Troy currently plays club soccer for West Coast U-14 team coached by Erik Kirsch. He primarily plays as a winger or striker and recently competed in the San Diego Surf Cup tournament, where his team made it to the quarterfinals.
“We’ve seen a mindset change in Troy since attending Champion’s QUEST. He seems more focused about his training. Randomly Troy will be motivated to do push ups and other workouts on his own at home. Also, his nutrition has been much better and he sees the importance of eating healthy. Troy asks for protein after tough workouts or games. He is more in-tune with his body and realizes that this is all working to make him better.” -Tom and Maria Terrones
At Champion’s QUEST, Troy attends Strength clinics to help him gain an edge on the soccer field. In just 9 months of training, Troy has increased his athleticism by 345%! Keep up all the hard work Troy and I’m looking forward to watching your continued success on and off the soccer field.
About the Author:
Coach Kyle Ertel, Soccer Performance Coach, MS CSCS USA-W USSF
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