Rose Kiley

[The summer of 2022 was Rose's 12th year of Braz Camp. She began when she was 3 (and specialized in hopscotch), and she's now heading to high school in September 2022. Rose is one of 100s of athletes who work extremely hard each summer in the GTD conditioning program. As shown in her words and the photos, she attacks the conditioning drills.]

GTD: Last summer you were heading into 8th grade in the fall and playing club ice hockey and lacrosse. This summer you're heading to Andover High School. What's ahead in your sports world for the coming school year?
Rose: This year I will be doing field hockey, hockey, and track at the high school.

GTD: Did the move to high school sports change what you did at Braz Camp this summer?
Rose: Overall the drills I did this summer didn't really change, but my focuses did. Since I now know that I will be playing field hockey this fall, I really tried to focus on my footwork and stamina this summer since those will apply to my upcoming season.

GTD: If you could do more of one Braz Camp drill, what would it be? Why?
Rose: It would be a drill that tests your reaction time. I like these drills because it is fun but also really helpful and good practice for any sport.

GTD: Last summer you said the GTD program was a "trust the process camp." Based on this summer's weather, you might say it's a "survive the heat camp." But seriously, how would you describe Braz Camp to someone who's never been there?
Rose: I would describe Braz Camp as a camp where you get to do a lot of different skills and drills that prepare you for your sports but it is also a camp where you get to choose how much you want to push your limit and decide how much better you want to get.

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