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25 Sep , 2016,
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Rob Pannell

Currently a professional lacrosse player for the New York Lizards and member of Team USA, I grew up on Long Island in Smithtown. After attending Smithtown HS West, I took a post-graduate year at Deerfield Academy where I committed to Cornell University for lacrosse. At Cornell, I majored in Applied Economics and Management with specializations in finance and strategy. A 4-year starter on the Cornell Lacrosse team, I was also vice president of the Alpha Tau Omega fraternity. Between running camps and clinics all over the world, directing a youth travel program called the Lacrosse Club of New York in Manhattan, and playing at the highest level, I chose to pursue lacrosse full time upon graduating Cornell. Currently residing in the Flatiron District, I am committing much of my time to a start-up, thePlayerStudio, an online and mobile instructional platform for lacrosse players. Aside from lacrosse, I enjoy nothing more than playing golf, working out and also have an interest in fashion.

In hopes of continuing to play lacrosse at the highest level possible, fitness/health is an integral part of this. I have found over my career that consistency in fitness/health is what has allowed me to take my game to new heights. With #TheProgram, I have seen even more results, quicker than ever. In joining #TheProgramin March of 2016, I was looking for consistency, switching up my routine and working out alongside like-minded individuals. I was looking for a team environment similar to what went on in college. What I found was not only like-minded individuals and consistency when it came to fitness/health but an incredible group of friends from different backgrounds, coming together to work towards common goals. Its incredible the results we can achieve as a whole when this is the case.

Fun Fact: I was an ESPY nominee in 2011 in the category of Best Male Collegiate Athlete alongside Cam Newton, Kemba Walker, Jimmer Fridette and Andy Miele.

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