Sherman Oaks Notre Dame standout linebacker JJ Muno is featured in the LA Times on Thursday, sharing his plans for the upcoming sports dead period that occurs every summer for high school athletic programs.
The dead period is a series of 21 consecutive days in which high school sports programs do not hold practice and there is no contact between coaches and players. Players are allowed to have voluntary workouts in the school weight room.
Dead periods around the Muno household can become somewhat of a conundrum, considering JJ, along with his sister, are both high school athletes, and their father is a coach at Playa del Rey St. Bernard.
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