Primary Sport: Snocross
Recent accomplishments: Ethan started off in recovery and rehabilitation from a fractured femur from last racing season. He has not only fully recovered, but has transitioned into a sport performance program where he has made huge improvements through the summer and fall!
Ethan’s Training Highlights:
- Gained 18 pounds
- Increased squat max by 71 pounds!
- Increased bench press max by 36 pounds.
- Increased pull-up repetitions by 8.
- Decreased 20-yard shuttle by 0.36 seconds!
Career goals: Become a pro racer in snocross and have a good career.
Season goal: Qualify for and place in all national circuit finals.
Best thing about training at Inspired Athletx: The staff makes me feel at home.
- Food: Cheese Pizza
- Movie: John Wick
- Video Game: Monster Energy The Game Supercross
- Sport other than Snocross: Hockey
- Place I’d most like to visit: Alaska
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