A new campaign to train resistance athletes has been launched by the United States Olympic Committee to help athletes prepare for the 2020 Olympics in Tokyo.
The new campaign, “Resistance” Training, focuses on athletes who have never competed before and is the latest effort to help prepare them for their future career.
“It is important that we prepare athletes for their Olympic dreams and help them become the best athletes they can be, no matter what,” said U.S. Olympic Committee spokesman Matt McGrath in a statement.
“We’re proud to partner with the Olympic Movement and the International Olympic Committee in a new effort to make our athletes better at training.”
The new training program, which will begin in 2019, will be rolled out through various Olympic-related initiatives, including the 2020 Tokyo Olympics.
The campaign aims to equip athletes with the skills they need to be successful in their sport.
“These are the athletes that have been doing this work and have gotten a lot of good results,” McGrath said.
“This is a great opportunity for athletes who might be struggling with injury, or who may have been on the fence about the sport.
They’re all in a good place to get ready for Tokyo.”
A video released by the U.K.’s Ministry of Sport said the goal of the campaign was to “encourage the young generation to consider and develop the skills and strategies to compete at the highest level in the sport of sport and exercise.”
The video says that “younger athletes can get up to speed in their new sport, which is now a high-performance sport.”
The goal is to build an athlete’s “strength, endurance, speed and agility in a short period of time, with the right training.”
This could include workouts like weight training, aerobics, cardio and strength training.
The goal of “Resist” Training is to “enhance and develop athletic performance in the Olympic Games, the world’s largest sports event,” according to the U.
“In the future, athletes who are looking for a fresh start may find that this program will be a great fit.