NEW SCHOOL ATHLETES WITH OLD SCHOOL ATTITUDES
MEET THE OWNER
Justin Rummell grew up in the big city of Ingalls Indiana, and he was a 2002 graduate of Pendleton Heights High School. He was awarded in 2001 with the honor of being an All-State 1st Team football player. Justin attended, played, and graduated from Earlham College where he still holds every single-season and career passing records. After Justin graduated from Earlham College in 2006 he was invited to two NFL Rookie Camps with the Detroit Lions and New York Giants in 2007. Justin has even more professional experience as he spent 2 seasons with the Spokane Shock, and the Bricktown Brawlers of the Arena Football League. Justin's last two professional seasons were played in the IFL in Alaska with the Fairbanks Grizzlies. In 2013 Justin was selected as one of Madison County's Top 100 Athletes of All Time. In 2016 Justin was inducted into Earlham College's Athletic Hall of Fame.
what we offer:
Our task at Throwback Athletics is to help each one of our athletes each their full potential; giving them every opportunity to succeed. Throwback's training style is proven to produce results. It does not matter if your ultimate goal is reaching the pros or simply being the best high school athlete possible. Throwback Athletics can help transform you into the athlete you always wanted to be.
"One of the best things I can say about Throwback is that they teach kids how to work hard. They teach discipline. They teach how to bring it."
Neal Alexander - Cole Alexander
"Baseball is just another phase in my son's life. So what Justin Rummell teaches him is someday baseball will be over, and Ricky will know how to go to work early, work hard, and try to outwork the next guy. You don't just learn athletics, you learn life.
Rick Howell - Ricky Howell
"Spence had no confidence. He wasn't really athletic, but he's turned himself into one with Justin's help."
Papaw - Spencer Tolbert
"My son might not be the best player on his high school team, and he might not get the opportunity to play ball in college, but I am preparing him for life. So I want him to learn how to work hard, how to be competitive, because the world is not easy. That's why we're at Throwback."
Frank Mills - Blake Mills
"The great thing about Throwback is they build the entire athlete. The biggest thing my boys have learned is the mental toughness that goes along with being a Throwback Athete."
Ryan Stevenson - B and Brody Stevenson
"Throwback has given Tristen the drive to want to excel. They have also instilled a good work ethic, and taught him to challenge himself."
J.D. Brooks - Tristen Brooks