Turkey bowl 28 is in the books! State Champs 2015

It has been a crazy last month or so for me and my family.  I hope all of you had a incredible Thanksgiving day.  We had hte 28th annual Turkey bowl here in Osceola.  It was a lot of fun playing in a mini snowstorm.  We had 18 players who ranged from 8 years of age to 55.  Tommy Krenz, Terry Baillergeon and Kevin Rogers have done all of them which is remarkable.   Now we have kids and grand kids playing, how cool is that.  I tried to defend my son Riley who plays at D2 Concordia and he totally smoked me.  My mind says yes but the body says no.  I can’t believe how I’ve lost some of my quickness.  I was sore for a few days but no major injuries so that’s good news.

Talk about crazy fun stuff, how about those Osceola Chieftains football team winning the Wisconsin state football division 5 Championship.  This was an incredible team effort through out the entire year.  I’ve had the honor to work with some of these student athletes from the 5th grade up and it was such a highlight for me to see them shine this year.  What incredible memories we will all have who followed this Championship season.  I’ve got pics on my phone from the game but don’t know how to put them on my computer.  Check out the pic of Tucker Hazzard and some of the boys from their 5th grade football practice.

These guys are state champs!

It has been a pleasure to be able to provide Chiropractic care to a whole bunch of these football players.  Whether it’s at the house or clinic I love being able to help these kids and keep them healthy and in the game.  We were fortunate to have no major injuries to any starters so that doesn’t happen very often.

I also had the pleasure to work with the Concordia football team in St. Paul where my son plays.  It started with just working on Riley since he was getting beat up pretty good in practice and next thing you know 1/2 the team was getting adjusted.  I worked on 67 of the 100 members of the team and even a few coaches before games.  These are college kids who really appreciated any help they could get and they really looked forward to the Tuesday night adjustment night.  Next thing you know a bunch would be coming up Sunday mornings to get worked on and Mary was cooking up a storm for the boys and they loved it.

It sure was fun working with a couple of the  Concordia captains to keep them playing when no one thought they could play.  The reason I do this is because I too was once a high school and college football and we didn’t have Chiropractic available like it is right now.  Having weekly and sometimes daily Chiropractic is what athletes need.  Sure wish I would have had it back in the day.  I’m hoping one of the athletes will go to Chiropractic school and come take over my practice when ever and if I ever to call it a career.

OK, here’s what’s going on at the clinic.  Check out my business facebook page and like it if you would.  I’ve got a video up there about my upcoming Thyroid recovery workshop coming up this monday night 6:30-7:30 at my clinic.   Nice video of one of my patients also.

Until next time, it’s going to be warm the next 10 days so get out and get some exercise.  I did happen to get an hour on the x-ski’s yesterday, that was fun..  May be a while before we see some snow.

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