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It’s summer time—meaning a number of sports’ seasons, such as baseball and soccer, are in full swing. And for those who don’t play organized sports, the warm weather provides plenty of opportunities for more physical activity, such as running a 5k or playing a round of golf.
There is growing evidence that the food we eat can impact our mood or mental health. It may be a good idea to pay attention to how a food may make you feel not just at the moment but also the next day.
In its five years of existence, the Baltimore Celtic club soccer program has won six national titles. This week, the program looks to add three more with a club-record three teams qualifying for to the 2019 US Youth National Championships.
Appleby is the Head Coach of Johns Hopkins University Men's Soccer overseeing a successful program since he arrived in 2008.
Passion, Energy, Execution, Personal Accountability
Everything we do starts with a passion for the game and a yearning to compete. We start every session with a positive attitude; accept that our attitude is a decision; and make no excuses for negativity. We also understand that proper preparation leads to execution. We train as we play and play as we train. We expect to out-work every opponent in every game; play intelligently; and execute efficiently. In order to achieve success, on and off the field, we must care more about TEAM than about self. The attitudes and choices made by any individual member reflect on his or her teammates, coaches, and the Celtic organization as a whole.
Expectations of The Club
- Develop an atmosphere of dominance
- Demand excellence
- Set the bar high and establish clear goals
- Communicate effectively
- Respect and care for players and staff
- Promote consistency in players and staff
- Produce elite players
- Develop young men and women of exceptional character