We typically honor one athlete each for our Athlete of the Month and Athlete of the Quarter awards, but because the men in our elite high school group attained such lights-out results, we’re bucking the trend and awarding them all!

Congrats to the following athletes!

Andy Jimenez – Senior at Wenatchee High School, Football

Riley Kunz – Senior at Wenatchee High School, Football

Cole Scott – Sophomore at Cashmere High School, Football & Baseball

Brayden Stoffel – Sophomore at Cashmere High School, Football & Track

Tyler Wisen – Sophomore Wenatchee High School, Soccer

Callen Zumach – Sophomore Wenatchee High School, Soccer

Here are a few highlights for each athlete from when they first stepped into Actualize until February 2020 (note: some testing is incomplete because not all tests were completed):

Andy Jimenez (started at Actualize June 2019)

  • Committed to play Football at University of Puget Sound
  • Bench Press – Max Reps at 185 lbs: 6 reps to 19 reps
  • Bench Press – 1 Rep Max: 220 lbs to 300 lbs
  • Back Squat – 1 Rep Max: 400 lbs to 470 lbs
  • Front squat – 1 Rep Max: 300 lbs to 385 lbs
  • Deadlift 1 Rep Max: 400 lbs to 500 lbs
  • Vertical Jump: 22.5 in to 24.5 in
  • Broad Jump: 81.5 in to 91 in
  • 20-Yard Shuttle: 5.12s to 4.82s
  • 40-Yard Dash: 5.75s to 5.28s

Riley Kunz (started at Actualize December 2017)

  • Committed to play Football at Harvard University
  • Weight: 205.9 lb to 234.5 lbs
  • Skeletel Muscle Mass: 106.3 lbs to 119.1 lbs
  • Body Fat %: 10.4% to 12.9%
  • Bench Press – Max Reps at 185 lbs: 1 reps to 23 reps
  • Bench Press – 1 Rep Max: 185 lbs to 310 lbs
  • Back Squat – 1 Rep Max: 315 lbs to 405 lbs
  • Front squat – 1 Rep Max: 285 lbs to 320 lbs
  • Deadlift 1 Rep Max: 355 lbs to 435 lbs
  • Pull Ups – Max Reps: 3 reps to 6 reps
  • Vertical Jump: 28.7 in to 30 in
  • Broad Jump: 100 in to 111 in

Cole Scott (started at Actualize December 2019)

  • Weight: 218.2 lb to 239.9 lbs
  • Skeletel Muscle Mass: 97 lbs to 108.5 lbs
  • Body Fat %: 22% to 21.1%
  • Bench Press – Max Reps at 185 lbs: 1 reps to 12 reps
  • Bench Press – 1 Rep Max: 195 lbs to 270 lbs
  • Back Squat – 1 Rep Max: 265 lbs to 290 lbs
  • Front squat – 1 Rep Max: 210 lbs to 290 lbs
  • Pull Ups – Max Reps: 1 rep to 5 reps
  • Vertical Jump: 22.8 in to 26 in
  • Broad Jump: 91 in to 95 in

Brayden Stoffel (started at Actualize December 2019)

  • Bench Press – Max Reps at 95 lbs: 5 reps to 11 reps
  • Bench Press – 1 Rep Max: 110 lbs to 130 lbs
  • Back Squat – 1 Rep Max: 175 lbs to 225 lbs
  • Front squat – 1 Rep Max: 140 lbs to 180 lbs
  • Deadlift 1 Rep Max: 175 lbs to 240 lbs
  • Pull Ups – Max Reps: 1 rep to 4 reps

Tyler Wisen (started at Actualize September 2018)

  • Weight: 167.7 lb to 174.2 lbs
  • Skeletel Muscle Mass: 83.6 lbs to 95.2 lbs
  • Body Fat %: 13.4% to 5.8%
  • Bench Press – Max Reps at 185 lbs: 2 reps to 11 reps
  • Bench Press – 1 Rep Max: 200 lbs to 250 lbs
  • Back Squat – 1 Rep Max: 280 lbs to 310 lbs
  • Deadlift 1 Rep Max: 315 lbs to 400 lbs
  • Pull Ups – Max Reps: 11 rep to 19 reps
  • Vertical Jump: 22.6 in to 26.9 in
  • Broad Jump: 89 in to 96.5 in
  • 20-Yard Shuttle: 4.85s to 4.63s

Callen Zumach (started at Actualize December 2019)

  • Weight: 142.4 lb to 153.7 lbs
  • Skeletel Muscle Mass: 72.8 lbs to 76.9 lbs
  • Body Fat %: 9.4% to 11.4%
  • Bench Press – Max Reps at 95 lbs: 8 reps to 19 reps
  • Bench Press – 1 Rep Max: 120 lbs to 155 lbs
  • Deadlift 1 Rep Max: 220 lbs to 280 lbs
  • Pull Ups – Max Reps: 1 reps to 5 reps
  • Broad Jump: 93 in to 95 in

Fellas, it’s a joy and honor to do life and preparation for athletics with you! We get to spend a lot of time together—during the Winter quarter our group met 4 days per week for 1.5hr-2hr each day. At the end of each training quarter, as some of you transition to your sporting season, it’s a bitter-sweet transition for not only me, but the athletes who aren’t spending that intentional time together any more. We miss the collective experience and camaderie of the grind of training, pursuing purposes and potential, holding each other relationally accountable in life as well as training and nutrition, joking around and being silly, and so much more. The sweetness is when your sporting season is in play, you get to taste and manifest the fruits of your labor. I can’t wait to hear how each of you Spring athletes do this season, and I look forward to encouraging you in during the Summer quarter at Actualize!

Coach Blaine

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