Motion UT High Performance and Rehab is fundraising for Park City Ski & Snowboard athletes to support continued excellence in coaching, training, and competition opportunities for developing ski and snowboard athletes.
Motion UT providers Cara Baxter and Dave Quammen are racing in the famous Lutsen 99er mountain bike race in Minnesota--birth place of several exceptional US Ski and Snowboard athletes including Lindsey Vonn and Jessie Diggins. Cara and Dave are driven to use their own training regimen to shed light on the financial strains budding ski and snowboard athletes face with their own year-round training endeavors. Park City Ski and Snowboard is the perfect non profit to support through this fundraising effort -- with over 800 developing ski and snowboard athletes, PCSS merits additional resources to continually elevate coaching and training and optimize our Park City youth athletic and personal development.
To find out more about Motion UT's fundraising efforts, additional community projects in the works, or their overall philosophy to physical therapy, rehabilitation, and high performance, give them a call at: 435-494-1336, email at [email protected], or check them out on the web at www.motion.care/utah
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