Chad Case Organizes Non-profit Youth Athletic Club, Star City Select

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Lincoln, NE-based business owner of Max Muscle, Chad Case, recently organized a youth focused, non-profit athletic club called Star City Select (SCS) for Lincoln area participants.

Lincoln, NE based business owner of Max Muscle, Chad Case recently organized a youth focused, non-profit athletic club called Star City Select (SCS) for Lincoln area participants. The organization started out with a focus on boys’ football, but due to popularity, it soon grew to also incorporate boys’ basketball and will soon include girls’ basketball. SCS boys teams will play as the Silverback’s, while the girls teams will be known as the Supersonics.

Case founded SCS with the mission to be recognized as the premier athlete development organization in Lincoln by serving young athletes and helping them develop a love and appreciation of competition in athletics, while maintaining a balance and focus on academics.

"In my travels with the NFA and observing what is taking place across the country with respect to youth sports, it truly inspired me to launch Star City Select,” said SCS founder Chad Case.

Case is a Certified Nutritionist, Certified Children’s Nutritionist, and is CEO of Max Muscle of Nebraska. Case was a collegiate standout in football, playing defensive end and linebacker, and served as a Graduate Assistant at Pittsburg State University. Case is also a Certified QBA Coach through the National Football Academies (NFA) and serves as QB coach for a local high school and coaches youth football in Lincoln, NE. Case's teams have been highly successful, winning multiple league championships as well as multiple Regional titles. Additionally, Case serves as the NFA National Director of Nutrition and oversees all athletes in education on nutrition, supplementation, nutrient utilization and customized meal planning. He also serves in the same capacity for the United Youth Football League.

“I look forward to serving young athletes and helping them to develop and maximize their potential so that when they reach high school, they are more than ready to compete on a bigger and even more competitive stage," said Case.
For more information or to set up interviews, contact Chad Case at chad(at)maxmusclenebraska(dot)com. To learn more about Star City Select, visit http://www.starcityselect.com or the SCS Facebook page at http://www.facebook.com/StarCitySelect?ref=hl.

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