Primary Sport: Lacrosse
Team: TruMN (club) / The Blake School (school)
45 seconds with Jackson:
Recent accomplishments: Jackson recently committed to The College of Wooster (Wooster, OH) to play Division III college lacrosse. He has spent four months since the end of lacrosse season dominating his training and nutrition! His first goal was to gain size and strength for his senior year and in preparation for college.
Results since June 2018:
Body weight: +15 lbs
Squat Max: +107 lbs (not a typo!)
Bench Max: +35 lbs
Pull-ups: +8 reps
Career goals: Excel at college lacrosse and give back to the sport through coaching.
Best thing about training at Inspired Athletx: The amount one-on-one coaching and the attention to details at each session.
- Food: Cowboy Burger at Red Cow
- Movie: Hacksaw Ridge
- Video Game: NHL ‘19
- Sport other than [primary sport]: Pond Hockey
- Place I’d most like to visit: Switzerland
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