Apogee Speed & Agility will add an Anti-Bullying program to their Speed and Agility Training sessions

Rustin Kluge, owner of Apogee Speed & Agility in an interview with JeffZelaya.com announced that they will be adding an Anti-Bullying program in his coaching sessions. The new program will be named: “Be The Game Changer"

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Rustin Kluge at Apogee takes a stand agains bullying

New Anti-Bullying Program Announced

"BE THE GAME CHANGER presentation will address the issue as seen by contemporary athletes who share their own personal stories and feelings about how bullying has negatively affected their lives" Rustin Kluge, Owner of Apogee Speed & Agility

Miami Beach, Florida (PRWEB) November 04, 2013

Rustin Kluge will add an Anti- Bullying program to his Speed and Agility Training sessions called “BE the GAME CHANGER” a 60 minute presentation that will challenge athletes of all ages to play a part in BEING the GAME CHANGERS addressing attitudes and actions towards bullying. BEING THE GAME CHANGER will teach athletes how to change the bullying culture on the playing fields.

Rustin says that “BE THE GAME CHANGER presentation will address the issue as seen by contemporary athletes who share their own personal stories and feelings about how bullying has negatively affected their lives" Kluge also adds that others and will share information about the effects of bullying athletes on and off the field from youngsters to adults.

This presentation helps young people develop empathy and understanding about the issue of bullying and what to do about it. BE the GAME CHANGER program shares age appropriate material through personal stories, role playing and art. BE THE GAME CHANGER will educate youngsters to adult athletes about anti-bullying tactics that will result in significant change

Apogee Speed and Agility has been in the business of training athletes for over 5 years concentrating on speed and agility. Be the GAME CHANGER is an additional program launched to address bullying on the playing fields. Rustin Kluge also advises that supporters and those that want to take a stand against bullying should visit: http://www.bullying.org

Anti Bullying Week runs November 17 - 23, 2013 and you can follow the conversation at #BAW2013


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