During the suspension of Major League Soccer, the New York Red Bulls have launched a Train @ Home, Free weekly youth soccer online curriculum, where players parents and coaches can subscribe to a weekly video series which includes technical, fitness and game understanding. You can find it at www.redbullsacademy.com. New York Red Bulls Captain, Sean Davis joins Tina Cervasio as her guest on "Sports Xtra". Sean checks in from his Jersey City Apartment to share how the spread of the coronavirus has impacted him personally and his RBNY Teammates. Learn how the New York Red Bulls soccer players continue to do group fitness training as a team! And how Sean uses his responsibility as the captain and team representative for their players’ union, to keep his teammates informed on everything surrounding the coronavirus outbreak, the status of MLS as well as convey information he learns from discussions with MLS Commissioner Don Garber. Sean shares his personal tips on how he is getting through the isolation and social distancing. From his new sleeping and eating schedule, to great tips about washing your clothes, doing burpees in your living room, to ways Sea, as both an athlete and concerned son and sibling is dealing with this crisis.
FOX 5 NY Sports Director Tina Cervasio reports on the free curriculum that includes technical, fitness and game understanding. She also caught up with NY Red Bulls team captain Sean Davis and they talked about the suspended season.
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