The Bengals are fully invested in this focused attempt to give themselves the best possible chance at winning the Utah state soccer championship in May.
The Brighton soccer team, under Coach Tom Cushing, has always been one of the top programs in the state and will continue to be because each year the players invest in the off-season program that sport performance expert Brett Rosen of Integrated Sports Performance has brought to the program.
Brett Rosen stated, “I am honored to be working with Coach Cushing and this great group of young athletes. This group definitely has the talent, heart, and coaching to win the state championship.”
The team trains at the Rosen’s ISP facility an additional 3 days per week, besides their normal club training on the soccer field. The team is on a comprehensive program of multi directional training, strength building and overall athletic development
Senior Goalkeeper, David Shumway, stated, “Integrated Sports Performance is a fantastic program led by a very well educated coach. Brett has helped each individual athlete reach their athletic potential. This is what will give Brighton an edge this soccer season. Every player is putting in hard work now to be in the best physical condition possible. ISP has helped us reach our goals and will be the driving force behind our road to become state champions.”
Some of the Brighton players participating in the ISP program are: David Shumway, Michael Williams, Brad Jackson, Justin Mendel, Jackson Paul, Ethan Paul, Traedon Chamberlain, David Brog, Zach Harmer, Jace Vance, Jackson Goaslind, Thatcher Schwendiman, Zach Seager, Alex Pasmann, and Thomas Jensen.
The Brighton team will take the field for its first game on March 7 against long time rival Alta, which will be a great showcase to demonstrate the value of their offseason training as they start the road to the state championship at Rio Tinto stadium on May 27.
You can find more information about similar team training programs for your teams at https://www.integratedsportsut.com/ or call Brett Rosen at 801-598-2660.