I could only copy and past the email.. the border background is black and the left column is actually red to match our logo which is on the top.
It's hard to get a real feel for it without the color and missing graphics from the left column. My first impression is that its a bit long and perhaps contains too much info that may be distracting from your message.
In my opinion different email requires different strategies. Unlike a newsletter where you could create a longer piece with a few different sections, yours has more of a sales intention and as such needs to be much more to the point..
Here is a great rule for writing email like that. " Assume the reader won't read past the first paragraph." This usually helps to force you to be more concise. Try to get that opening to highlight your message and intended outcome.
In my humble opinion the initial typeface is a bit too large and taking up too much room above the fold of the piece.
If the sponsor icons on the left are not producing revenue consider replacing them with items more pertinent to your own training product like a photo or two of your most successful players and a brief endorsements.
The facebook icon is too large. ( Your facebook page could use a Constant Contact signup option as well.)
You might consider having the beginning content of your newsletter more closely match the subject. If the subject line is going to be about your lacrosse training program then place that content at the top. Consider including an explanation of your company towards the bottom or introduce your company as the presenter of the training but do it in a brief way that allows you to get to your offer more quickly.
i.e. Primetime Sports Training, a leader in athletic training programs is proud to present ........... then insert your lacrosse info. Towards the bottom just put a smaller paragraph that explains your company and have that point to your website.
If you do want to stay with the opening you might want to look over the content, it needs a bit smoothing out as it contains some grammatical errors.
Consider some small to medium sized photos of a past program in session ( drills etc.)
It's also missing an obviouos "CALL TO ACTION". Where is the sign up NOW button?
Good luck with your training programs.