The Ravens Super Bowl win is a great example of how sports can play a positive role in kid’s lives.
Whether it’s kicking the ball around on a little league soccer field, or catching a touchdown on the varsity team, it teaches kids about working hard and working together.
There’s a school dedicated to making young athletes better on the field and better in life.
It’s made Max Friedman faster on his feet and stronger in his mind.
When Hakeem Clark, the program director at Parisi Speed School in Pikesville, first met the 6th grader, he was a shy kid who didn’t say much.
“Max was one of the quietest kids I ever trained.” But that changed as Hakeem worked with Max at the Parisi Speed School at Lifebridge Health and Fitness.