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Boathouse is proud to partner with the Keep A Breast Foundation in an effort to raise money and awareness in support of breast cancer prevention. Studies have shown that just 30 minutes of exercise 3-5 times a week can lower your risk of breast cancer by 30-50 percent (Center for Disease Control and Prevention). This is why we’ve partnered with Keep A Breast to offer our brand of American-made elite performance and athletic apparel in 5 colorful limited edition designs throughout the entire month of September. We hope this new gear will inspire you to reduce your risk of cancer by adopting a healthier, more active lifestyle.
You may have heard the name Emily Schmieg. If you haven’t you will. With too many accolades to mention in this modest article, Boathouse Ambassador Emily Schmieg has been competing, placing, and winning since her first gold in the lightweight quadruple sculls at the 2015 USRowing National Championships. This week you’ll find Emily in Austria at the World Rowing Championship competing for her spot in the 2020 Olympics and nothing is going to get in her way. Read more to learn more about Emily, her training, her Philly roots and her drive to win.
All coaches have their tics. There are certain styles and habits they look to build on their teams, and standards each of their players are expected to uphold. The traits coaches like and dislike, however, can take a very long time for players to grasp. But not if you play for Coach Jake Scott. Lacrosse coaches, invested parents, youth and high school players: listen up. Here are, full disclosure, ten non-negotiable habits the former Harvard Lacrosse player and current Gilman Lacrosse assistant coach finds absolutely unacceptable on any given lacrosse field. Please read, enjoy, and spread the word to your local lacrosse community!