along with her knowledge of endurance building, increasing strength, cross-training, the benefits of stretching, setting goals, staying motivated, and lastly, good sportsmanship, and being a team player.
“Jourdan is one of the NAofA’s finest. Her positive attitude, joyful nature, and passion to mentor young kids make her an ideal representative of the National Acadamy of Athletics. As a prior Girl Scout myself, I know the importance of having great role models at such a young age. I am confident Jourdan will be an inspiration for these young Girl Scouts,” said Laree Mancour, Partner at the NAofA.
The NAofA leads this Girl Scout event to discuss the principles of the badges: Junior Practice with Purpose (steps 1-3), Cadette Good Sportsmanship (steps 1-5), and Senior Cross Training (steps 1-5.)
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