José Juan Barea will build a sports center in Puerto Rico

Puerto Rican basketball player José Juan Barea announced on Tuesday the construction of the JUMP Sports Development Center, an innovative multi-sports project with accommodation, in an abandoned school in San Juan.
"The complex will provide athletes with the appropriate support and training, regardless of their physical condition, ability or sporting history."Barea mentioned in a press release.
"Everyone has an athlete inside them, and at JUMP we will focus on helping you find yours."added the basket player with experience in the NBA, Spain and Puerto Rico.
JUMP will have 100,000 square feet of interior space that will provide space for basketball courts, volleyball courts, beach volleyball and tennis courts, a health rehabilitation center, training rooms, an outdoor soccer field, hotel rooms, a store clothing and sports equipment and a food and drink area.
The sports facility will also have experts in physiological exercise who will help athletes find the right methods to develop their maximum potential.
Coaches will teach athletes to use their energy and movement by developing athletic fundamentals and maximizing their skills.
The facility will also be home to the latest physical training research and technology to help athletes of all levels and ages identify and achieve their goals, whether it’s overcoming physical injury or realizing their full athletic potential.
The first phase of construction, whose investment will reach 7 million dollars, is expected to be completed in the fall of 2022.
Likewise, the facility will have a hotel to accommodate athletes who seek to train and stay in the same place so that they can focus on their training without interruptions and without having to travel from one facility to another. It will also serve people seeking physiotherapy or rehabilitation.
Ultimately, JUMP will be developed as a pioneering model for the development of youth and collegiate sports. "JUMP offers youth and collegiate athletes the opportunity to come and improve"Barea said.
"We will provide athletes of all ages and levels with the ability to develop their skills in a multitude of sports."expanded the Puerto Rican player, who will play again with the Cangrejeros de Santurce in the 2022 season of the National Superior Basketball, Puerto Rico’s main league.
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