Hillsborough County will start summer conditioning on June 15. Students have to be cleared through proper paperwork and workouts have to meet certain guidelines.
Earlier this week, Pinellas County officials said conditioning would also start June 15. Pasco County does not plan to start until July 1.
Workouts are going to start outdoors and those participating will be limited. Pinellas, for example, is restricting sessions to 30 people (players and coaches) in groups of 10.
The Florida High School Athletic Association does not regulate summer conditioning other than paperwork and equipment issues. The workout schedules are left up to school districts and private schools to decide.Several private schools are starting workouts next week.
The FHSAA has yet to determine when fall practices and regular seasons will begin.