Rain Soul Testimonial – Casey Jennings on Rain Soul

For Fatigue & Sports Recovery

Casey Jennings consumes Rain Soul for fatigue and sports recovery. He explains why the ingredients in Rain Soul is vital to him to be competitive among younger volleyball players. D-Ribose one of the essential component in Soul helps athletes such as Casey Jennings recovers from the fast pace and strenuous game of volleyball.

Casey Jennings

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One of the most animated and enthusiastic players on the AVP Tour, Casey Jennings is a resident crowd favorite. He captured his first victory in Belmar in 2004 with partner Matt Fuerbringer. Those two combined to form one of the longest-tenured domestic partnerships in history, as their 53 U.S. events together rank 12th. They played in 11 championship matches from the start of 2003 through 2006. He and Fuerbringer were the only players to finish ranked in the top seven individually in each of the four seasons in that span.

In 2005 he and Fuerbringer claimed two more wins, and then in 2006 they won in Seaside Heights, marking the fourth time in as many years the pair had played in the championship match in New Jersey. While the long-time partners split for the first half of 2007, they reunited and advanced to three Final Fours, including winning the season finale in San Francisco. That win gave them the longest active streak with at least one victory in four straight seasons.

Named AVP’s Most Improved Player in 2002 and 2003 and Best Defensive Player in 2003, Casey “the Kid” as he’s fondly referred to, has proven he has a very promising career on the beach. He has the ability to motivate and excite beach volleyball fans and crowds like no other player on the Tour.

Jennings ended the 2005 season ranked in the top five in five different statistical categories; second in kill percentage, third in hitting percentage and digs, and fifth in kills and aces. In 2006 he was fourth in digs (4.90 per game) and sixth in kills (7.29 per game). In 2007 Jennings was second in digs (5.33 per game).

He graduated from Brigham Young University in 2000 with a degree in Sociology and was a key member of the 1999 NCAA Championship volleyball team.

Jennings grew up in Las Vegas, Nevada and is the youngest of five brothers.

Jennings currently resides in Hermosa Beach, Calif. with his wife, gold medalist Kerri Walsh. Both players won in Seaside Heights in 2006, making them the second married couple to win on the same weekend, joining Mike and Patty Dodd, who accomplished the feat four times. They repeated the feat in the 2007 finale in San Francisco. [Source: Beach Volleyball Database]