Witten Huddle coaches next generation of athletes on character, technique, sportsmanship

Ryan Witten with grandfather Dave Rider

Ryan Witten with grandfather Dave Rider

Preparing athletes of all ages for success begins with a strong foundation in sportsmanship and good technique according to Ryan Witten, founder of Witten Huddle. Witten Huddle trains athletes in East Tennessee whether their goal is a college athletic scholarship or improved concentration and fitness. Witten and his wife founded the program in 2015 and offer small group and team training. He said their goals are to improve skills, concentration and regional collaboration.

They work on positive practice habits, tempo, body position, speed, agility, and more. He said their clients range from high school teams to home school students, and they also host flag football games for 1st – 6th grade students. In addition, they have ladies night, and a Stars Program for 8th graders. Among all the services they provide, he said they focus on contagious enthusiasm, accident prevention, and on each athlete doing their personal best on and off the field.

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