“The priority is hydration,” he said of his time spent at Lamport Stadium. For the record he was hydrating during his conversation with Argonauts.ca. “We’re also there in case anything happens. I have a list of guys who I need to check up on, the guys who are limited in practice, guys who are coming back from injury. Some guys need an exercise program and need to be watched as they’re doing their exercises to make sure they’re doing them safely.”
After practice it’s back to BMO Field where there are more therapy sessions. He’ll finally call it a day after spending eleven to twelve hours with the team.
Following two years of post-graduate work at a physio clinic in Mississauga, the calling of becoming an athletic therapist wouldn’t subside. He attended Sheridan College for three more years, earning his Bachelor of Applied Health Sciences in Athletic Therapy.
He now had his certification, but was in search of a team.
Being a baseball fanatic, Shewell applied for an opening with the Blue Jays, made it to the final two applicants, but lost out to a buddy of his. He was crushed.