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If Your Kid Wants To Be A Professional Athlete: Here’s The Cheat Code

Raising child prodigies is an arduous task. Athletes like Tiger Woods, Micheal Phelps, Venus and Serena Williams are made……. not born. They were blessed with insightful parents that identified their gifts and reared their talents and followed the Cheat Code.

Train up a child in the way he should go, and when he is old he will not depart from it—Proverbs 22:6. Our role as parents is to ensure that our kids have a better future than we had.

My kids want to be professional athletes. What kind of parent would I be if I didn’t support that goal? Not a very good one. I teach them, that they can do all things through Christ who strengthens them. ALL THINGS!

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AAU Indoor National Championship



ORLANDO, Fla. (March 11, 2016) – Approximately 1,500 athletes and their families were in attendance in Landover, Md.  for the inaugural AAU Indoor National Championships at the Prince George Sports & Learning Center.

Hosted by 1992 Olympic gold medalist Darnell Hall and his wife Karen, the national event was the largest indoor track and field event the organization has held in more than 120 years of existence. Boys and girls from ages 5 through 22 took part in the two-day event.

The AAU Indoor National Championships was the last of three national indoor track and field events hosted annually by the AAU. The AAU Northern Indoor Nationals featured more than 500 athletes in Rockford, IL in January and the AAU 14-Under National Indoor Championships brought more than 600 athletes to Ypsilanti, MI.

“Each of our events took a significant step forward this year in terms of both quality and participation,” said Charles Oliver, AAU Athletics National Chair. “We enjoyed an exciting indoor season and look forward to seeing even more of our 46,000-plus athletes race in our outdoor events summer.”

G-Force attended the event in Maryland with 6 athletes and brought home 9 medals!!!!

Introducing G-Force AAU Indoor “All American” National Medalists: 

Tucker Conine…”All American” Bronze National Medalist in 60m & “All American” National Medalist in 200m

D’Neigh Williams… “All American” Silver National Medalist in 60m & “All American” National Medalist in the 200m

Taliyah Mizell…”All American” National Medalist in High Jump & Shot Put

Emily Castells…. “All American” National Medalist in High Jump

Tovani Mizell ….. “All American” National Medalist in Shot Put

Trevion Mizell.… “All American” National Medalist in Long Jump

We had a Great time and had even Greater Success!!!! God is Good…..Outdoor Season here we come!!!!!   Great Job G-Force



G-Force medals at USATF Junior Olympics

Tovani Mizell JO medalistUSATF JUNIOR OLYMPICS

University of North Florida, Jacksonville, FL


G-Force had 3 athletes that went and competed in the USATF Junior Olympics:  Nicholas Johnson who qualified in the High Jump; Taliyah Mizell who qualified in the High Jump; and Tovani Mizell who qualified in the Long Jump.  All the athletes did an outstanding job, as this was the first time G-Force competed in this organizations olympics.  These athletes also went on to compete in the AAU Junior Olympics in Norfolk Virginia 1 day following this competition. Tovani Mizell is G-Force’s first athlete to medal in the USATF Junior Olympics.  He competed in the 10 yr old Long Jump (6th place) and was named USATF “All American”.