2 What Facilities do you have available Weight Room Field Space
3 Optimal Training vs. Real World Training? Equipment needs/available Before you design your Training Program know what you have available. What can you do/what can t you do with what you have?
4 Number of athletes in the program How many athletes will be in the program? Commitment! How many athletes can you have in each training group? This will depend on Facility size, Equipment available, Number of Coaches. NSCA Standards and Guidelines
5 First, Strength & Conditioning activities should be planned, and the required number of qualified staff should be present, such that recommended guidelines for minimum average floor space allowance per participant (100 ft2), professional-to-participant ratios (1:10 junior high school, 1:15 high school, 1:20 college), and number of participants per barbell or training station (up to 3) are applied during peak usage times (5,7,38,42). In ideal circumstances, this corresponds to one Strength & Conditioning practitioner per 3 4 training stations and/or 1,000 ft2 area (junior high school); 5 training stations and/or 1,500 ft2 area (high school); or 6 7 training stations and/or 2,000 ft2 area (college), respectively
6 How many Training weeks do you have? Winter Conditioning /Summer Program What are you working towards? Spring Ball Training Camp Will you have a Test Week at the conclusion of the Off-Season/Summer Program? What do want to Test and Why? Performance Indicators
7 Off Season (8-15 weeks) Increase lean body mass Increase work capacity. Improve technique of core movements. Maintain sport skills. Set specific individual goals. Improve Running Mechanics Improve linear speed, lateral speed and agility. Develop strength base. Injury prevention. Communicate with Sports Medicine Staff regarding injuries and rehab needs. Pre Season (8-12 weeks) Peak speed, power and agility. Peak sport (position) specific conditioning. Incorporate sport skills. Evaluation of goals. Continue injury prevention.
8 During our off-season and pre-season program our basic training schedule will call for four training sessions each week. We will break the teams into small lifting and running groups to provide maximum individual attention. Our weekly schedule will be the following: Monday Dynamic Warm up Mobility work Lower Body Plyometrics Linear/Lateral Speed Development/Running Mechanics Torso Training Specific Warm Up Strength Training Ground based power followed by lower body strength and back strength Post Workout Flexibility/Restoration Thursday Dynamic Warm up Mobility work Lower Body Plyometrics Linear/Lateral Speed and Agility, Running Mechanics Torso Training Specific Warm Up Strength Training Ground based power followed by lower body strength and back strength. Post Workout Flexibility/Restoration Tuesday Dynamic Warm up Mobility Work Foot Quickness Upper Body Plyometrics Torso Training Specific Warm Up Strength Training Ground based power followed by upper body pressing and posterior chain work Change of Direction Conditioning/Strongman Conditioning Post Workout Flexibility/Restoration Friday Dynamic Warm up - Mobility Work Foot Quickness Upper Body Plyometrics Torso Training Specific Warm Up Strength Training Ground based power followed by upper body pressing and posterior chain work. Linear Conditioning/Position Specific Conditioning Post Workout Flexibility/Restoration
9 Seattle Prep Football Summer Mesocycle 2012 Phase 1 Week 1 Movement reps/set total volume % range Speed Tempo/Conditioning C.O.D. Olympic 5's Strength 8's Week 2 Movement reps/set total volume % range Speed Tempo/Conditioning C.O.D. Olympic 5's Strength 8's Phase 2 Week 3 Movement reps/set total volume % range Speed Tempo/Conditioning C.O.D. Olympic 3's Strength 3's Week 4 Movement reps/set total volume % range Speed Tempo/Conditioning C.O.D. Olympic 3's Strength 3's
10 Phase 3 Week 5 Movement reps/set total volume % range Speed Tempo/Conditioning C.O.D. Olympic 5's Strength 5's Week 6 Movement reps/set total volume % range Speed Tempo/Conditioning C.O.D. Olympic 5's Strength 5's Phase 4 Week 7 Movement reps/set total volume % range Speed Tempo/Conditioning C.O.D. Olympic 3's Strength 3's Week 8 Movement reps/set total volume % range Speed Tempo/Conditioning C.O.D. Olympic 2's - 1's Strength 2's - 1's Test Week Week 9 Movement reps/set total volume % range Speed Tempo/Conditioning C.O.D. Olympic Test Max 100 Test 10, Strength Test Max 100 Pro Agility
11 Mobility Work Hurdle Over/Under, Frontwards/Backwards, Lateral Front Lunge Iron Cross Leg Swings Knee Tucks Scorpions Stationary Mobility Work
12 Linear Speed/Conditioning Day 1. Stride 50 yds x 2 2. Backwards Run 30 yds x 2 3. Shuffle Arm Swing 20 yds x 2 4. Front Lunge Walk 15 yds x 1 5. Backwards Lunge Walk 15 yds x 1 6. High Knee Walk and Grab 15 yds x 1 7. Heel Ups 20 yds x 2 8. High Knee Skip 20 yds x 2 9. High Knee Run 20 yds x % Build Up 40 yds x 2
13 First Teach athletes how to land, teach proper body position upon landing and how to absorb the force of the landing. Start with the most basic forms of Jump Training Double foot hops/jumps Simple Jumps with easy (low impact) landing Keep Total Contacts (Volume) Low contacts total (highest intensity) Medicine Ball throws Explosive Push ups for Upper Body Plyos Same Volume for Upper Body as Lower Body
14 Speed Development is NOT Conditioning Speed Development is Central Nervous System work To get Quality Speed Development allow for full recovery between every repetition on every drill. On Linear Speed Development Days allow for 1 minute of recovery for every 10 yards above 90% effort. Keep Total Linear Speed Volume to no more than 300 yards per workout at your highest Speed Training Volume during you Off-Season Program. As Conditioning Volume increases during the Off-Season Program, reduce the speed volume for each Linear Speed Training session.
15 The Workout Plan Review Teach Running Mechanics PAL Posture pronounce lean during acceleration to overcome inertia, more erect posture at top speed, triple extension of the ankle, knee and hip Arm Action amplitude or range of motion of arms during stride. Faster during acceleration, smoothes out at top speed Leg Action action of the hips and legs relative to the torso and the ground. Hip, knee, and ankle triple extension during acceleration. Quick stops requires bending the ankle, knees and hips to reduce force and to control the stop. Vern Gambetta Sports Specific Speed Teach Starts Standing, Sprint Start Stance, First 3 steps. Acceleration Work Speed/Absolute Speed Work
16 Linear Speed Development Sample Workout Phase 1 Monday - Jump Training reps/yds Recovery Week 1 Hurdle Hops - Hop & Hold 1 x 5, 3 x 5 Full Monday - Linear Speed 1. Seated Fast Arms 3 x 10 sec 30 sec 2. Partner Knee Drive Drill 2 x 15 yards 1:00 min 3. Sprint Starts - 70%, 80%, 90% 3 x 10 yards 1:00 (Teach Sprint Start Technique) 4. Partner Resistive Sprints 4-6 x 10 yds Full (Sprint Start Stance - No Release) 5. Sprint Starts - 90% x 1, 100% x 3 4 x 10 yards Full 6. Build Ups - Standing Start 2 x 40 yards Full (Graduale Build Up of Speed over 40 yards, reach 90% to 95% top speed at 40) (Walk back recovery)
17 Lateral Speed-Agility/Conditioning Day 1. Stride 50 yds x 2 2. Backwards Run 30 yds x 2 3. Shuffle Arm Swing 20 yds x 2 4. Front Lunge Walk x 15 yds x 1 5. Backwards Lunge Walk x 15 yds x 1 6. Lateral Lunge Walk 15 yds x 2 7. Squat Shuffle 15 yds x 2 8. Shuffle 5 yds touch, 5 yds back touch, sprint 20 yds 9. Carioca 10 yds, Sprint 10 yds x Shuffle 10 yds, Sprint 10 yds x High Knee Skip 20 yds x Stride 40 yds x 2
18 Lateral Speed & Agility Development Phase 1 Thursday - Jump Training reps/yds Recovery Week 1 None Thursday - Lateral Speed & Agility 1. Pro Agility Shuttle - Sprint 3 each way 1:00 2. Pro Agility Shuttle - Shuffle 3 each way 1: Cone Drill - 10 yards apart 3 each way 1:00 (Backpeddle, Sprint, Backpeddle, Sprint) 4. Triangle Cone Drill 3 each way 1:00 (3 point stance start)
19 Strength Training Warm Up/Torso Summer 2012 Strength & Conditioning Warm Up/Torso Phase 1 Weeks 1 & 2 Monday Tuesday Thursday Friday Hurdle Mobility - Outside Hurdle Mobility - Inside Hurdle Mobility - Outside Hurdle Mobility - Inside Warm Up - Dynamic Outside Warm Up - Inside Warm Up - Dynamic Outside Warm Up - Inside Plyos - Lower (Outside) Jump Rope x 3:00 min. Plyos - Lower (Outside) Static Dynamic Warm Up/Torso Warm Up/Torso Warm Up/Torso Warm Up/Torso Stick M ed Ball Stick M ed Ball 1. Giant Circles x 10 each w ay Standing Giant Circles x 5 each w ay Standing 2. Overhead Squats x 10 Giant Circles x 10 each w ay Overhead Squats x 10 Giant Circles x 5 each w ay Hammer Throw from the foot x 5 each Good Mornings x 10 M ed Ball Tic-Tocks x 10 each M ed Ball Standing Seated Standing Seated Wood Choppers x 10 Crunch w /extension x 15 Wood Choppers x 10 MB Overhead Flat Foot Situp x 15 Russian Tw ist x 10 each w ay M.B. Side to side taps x 15 each Russian Tw ist x 5 each w ay Seated Hammer Throw s x 10e Seated M.B. Sit Up and Press x 15 Seated Leg Raises x 15 M.B. Spread Eagle Sit Ups x 15 Side Plank x 25 sec each Pike Ups x 15 Elbow Bridge x 40 sec. M.B. Knees Up Side to Side x 10 each side Torso Rotations x 10 each M.B. Toe Touches x 20 Plyos - Upper Hip Thrusts x 10 each Plyos - Upper M.B. Sit Up and Tw ist x 10 each side Kneeling M.B. Throw s 3 x 5 Front Plank x 40 sec. Backw ard Med Ball Throw s 3 x 5 Glute-Bridge x 30 sec. Specific Warm Up - Weight Room Specific Warm Up - Weight Room Specific Warm Up - Weight Room Specific Warm Up - Weight Room Clean Grip Bar Complex 1 x 5 each Snatch Grip Bar Complex 1 x 5 each Clean Grip Bar Complex 1 x 5 each Snatch Grip Bar Complex 1 x 5 each
20 Strengthening the torso is paramount in improving physical performance. Developing a strong torso prevents injuries, increases body control and enhances execution of core lifting exercises, thus improving performance during competition. We include a comprehensive torso program that addresses five dimensions of movement on a daily basis. Five Dimensions of Torso Movement Flexion, Extension, Lateral Flexion, Rotation and Stabilization.
21 SPECIFIC WARM UP: The second portion of the warm up, is often overlooked despite its immediate benefit to your physical training. Specific warm up resembles the training activity, and is sometimes called preliminary practice. This preliminary practice conditions your muscles so they work in an appropriate fashion and at an appropriate time. During specific warm-up, you are reviewing the sensory cues which activate complex coordination of muscles and joints. The more complex the movement you wish to practice, the greater the benefit from specific warm-up. Vern Gambetta
22 Clean Complex Clean Grip High Pull Clean Grip Muscle Snatch Squat to a Press Good Morning Bent Over Row Snatch Complex Snatch Grip High Pull Snatch Grip Muscle Snatch Snatch Grip Press Overhead Squat Snatch Grip RDL
23 4 Day Training Template (Off-Season) DAY 1 DAY 2 DAY 3 DAY 4 Explosive Movement Explosive Movement Explosive Movement Explosive Movement Pair 1 Pair 1 Pair 1 Pair 1 Double Leg Horizontal Press Double Leg Horizontal Press Push Push Variation Variation Vertical Pull Straight Leg Vertical Pull Straight Leg Hip Extension Variation Hip Extension Pair 2 Pair 2 Pair 2 Pair 2 Single Leg Vertical Press Single Leg Vertical Press Push Push Variation Horizontal Pull Bent Leg Horizontal Pull Bent Leg Hip Extension Hip Extension Post Work Post Work Post Work Post Work
24 Strength Training Football Summer 2012 Phase 1 Week 1 *complete warm up sets prior to each movement/ pair A's and B's *Strength Coach must see LAST Set of CAPITALIZED MOVEMENTS clean sqt bench pjk dead post bw ADAMS, CHRIS Monday-warm up/torso wt reps Tuesday-warm up/torso wt reps hang snatch 100 x5 HANG CLEAN 150 x5 rest 3:00 min 105 x5 rest 3:00 min 165 x5 115 x5 180 x5 125 x5 195 x5 A1 BACK SQUAT 225 x8 A1 BENCH PRESS 155 x8 245 x8 170 x8 pair 1:30 rest 265 x8 pair 1:30 rest 180 x8 285 x8 195 x8 A2 pull ups + weight x6 A2 db rdl 65 x8 (overhand grip) x6 70 x8 x6 75 x8 B1 bar step ups 110 x5e B1 bar overhead press 90 x8 pair 1:30 rest 120 x5e pair 1:30 rest 110 x8 130 x5e 110 x8 B2 db row (one arm) 65 x8e B2 pause glute-ham raise bw x6 75 x8e bw x6 75 x8e bw x6 fat bar barbell curl 4x8 dips + weight 4x8
25 Strength Training clean sqt bench pjk dead post bw ADAMS, CHRIS Thursday- warm up/torso wt reps intensity Friday-warm up/torso wt reps FRONT PUSH JERK 140 x5 hang clean & push jerk 130 x4 rest 3:00 min 155 x5 rest 3:00 min 145 x4 165 x5 155 x4 180 x5 155 x4 A1 DEADLIFT + box jumps 275 x5+5 low A1 db incline bench press 50 x10 (no rest between deads and 295 x5+5 med (bench on 3rd hole) 55 x10 box jumps) 330 x5+5 med pair 1:30 rest 60 x10 pair 1:30 rest 340 x5+5 med 60 x10 A2 wpg pulldowns 140 x8 A2 pause back ext + weight x8 (wide parallel grip) 165 x8 (pause 2 seconds at top) x8 175 x8 x8 B1 db split squats 55 x8e B1 malak rotation + shoulder press 40 x5e+5e pair 1:30 rest 70 x8e pair 1:30 rest 50 x5e+5e 70 x8e 50 x5e+5e B2 barbell row 135 x8 B2 sb leg curls x6 (overhand grip) 155 x8 x6 155 x8 x6 cable rotations 3x8e fat bar barbell tricep ext. 3x8
26 Strength Training Football Summer 2012 Phase 2 Week 1 *complete warm up sets prior to each movement/ pair A's and B's *Strength Coach must see LAST Set of CAPITALIZED MOVEMENTS clean sqt bench pjk dead post bw ADAMS, CHRIS Monday-warm up/torso wt reps Tuesday-warm up/torso wt reps one arm db hang snatch 50 x3e HANG CLEAN 165 x3 rest 3:00 min 60 x3e rest 3:00 min 185 x3 65 x3e 205 x3 70 x3e 225 x3 A1 BACK SQUAT 245 x5 A1 3-BOARD BENCH PRESS 170 x5 275 x3 195 x3 pair 1:30 rest 295 x3 pair 1:30 rest 225 x3 320 x3 245 x2 340 x3 260 x2-4 A2 chin ups + weight bw x5 A2 bar snatch grip rdl 180 x6 (underhand grip) x3 (index finger on ring) 195 x6 x3 205 x6 x3 B1 db high incline bench press 50 x8 B1 db single leg bench squat 60 x5e (bench on 4th hole) 60 x8 pair 1:30 rest 70 x5e 60 x8 70 x5e pair 1:30 rest 60 x8 B2 one arm cable row 105 x8e B2 pause glute-ham raise bw x6 125 x8e bw x6 125 x8e bw x6 alt. db curls 3x8e suspended pushups 3x10-15
27 Strength Training clean sqt bench pjk dead post bw ADAMS, CHRIS Thursday- warm up/torso wt reps intensity Friday-warm up/torso wt reps FRONT PUSH JERK 155 x3 hang clean & split jerk combo 130 x2+2 rest 3:00 min 170 x3 (alternate foot forward on jerks) 145 x x3 rest 3:00 min 155 x x3 165 x2+2 A1 DEADLIFT + box jumps 275 x5+5 low A1 bar incline bench press 135 x5 (no rest between deads 320 x3+3 med (bench on 2nd hole) 150 x5 and box jumps) 340 x3+3 med pair 1:30 rest 170 x5 pair 1:30 rest 365 x3+3 high 175 x5 385 x3+3 high 175 x5 A2 cpg pulldowns 140 x8 A2 pause back ext + weight x6 (close parallel grip) 165 x8 (pause 2 seconds at top) x6 175 x8 x6 175 x8 B1 db standing shoulder press 40 x8 B1 bar split squat 135 x5e pair 1:30 rest 45 x8 pair 1:30 rest 155 x5e 45 x8 155 x5e B2 sb bent leg hip ext. x6 B2 fat bar barbell row 125 x8 x6 (overhand grip) (bar weight = 20lbs) 145 x8 x6 145 x8 close grip bench press 195 3x5 cable lift, rotate & press 2x6e
28 Strength Training Football Summer 2012 Phase 3 Week 1 *complete warm up sets prior to each movement/ pair A's and B's *Strength Coach must see LAST Set of CAPITALIZED MOVEMENTS clean sqt bench pjk dead post bw ADAMS, CHRIS Monday-warm up/torso wt reps Tuesday-warm up/torso wt reps hang split snatch 100 x2e hang clean & split jerk combo 130 x2+2 (alternate foot forward each rep) 115 x2e (alternate foot forward on jerks) 150 x2+2 rest 3:00 min 125 x2e rest 3:00 min 165 x x2e 175 x2+2 A1 BACK SQUAT 235 x5 A1 2-BOARD BENCH PRESS 170 x5 265 x5 195 x3 pair 1:30 rest 285 x5 pair 1:30 rest 225 x3 310 x5 250 x2 320 x5 280 x1-3 A2 cpg pullups + weight x5 A2 bar clean grip rdl 180 x6 (close parallel grip) x5 195 x6 x5 205 x6 B1 single leg squat x5e B1 malak t-bar overhead press 155 x10 (standing on box) x5e 180 x10 pair 1:30 rest x5e pair 1:30 rest 180 x10 B2 one arm db row 70 x8e B2 sb leg curls x8 85 x8e x8 85 x8e x8 fat bar barbell curls 3x8 dips + weight 3x8
29 Strength Training clean sqt bench pjk dead post bw ADAMS, CHRIS Thursday- warm up/torso wt reps Friday-warm up/torso wt reps one arm db push jerk 60 x3e power shrugs 220 x5 rest 3:00 min 65 x3e rest 3:00 min 250 x5 70 x3e 275 x5 75 x3e 290 x5 A1 sumo deadlifts 245 x5 A1 bar incline bench press x5+5 (feet outside of hands) 285 x5 lying med ball throw 155 x5+5 pair 1:30 rest 305 x5 (bench on 2nd hole) 170 x x5 pair 1:30 rest 180 x x5 A2 fat bar front lat pulldown 150 x8 A2 bar goodmornings 125 x6 (overhand grip) 175 x8 (feet shoulder width) 145 x6 185 x8 155 x6 B1 bar split squat 145 x5e B1 db alt. shoulder press 45 x6e pair 1:30 rest 170 x5e pair 1:30 rest 55 x6e 180 x5e 55 x6e B2 fat bar barbell row 125 x8 B2 sb single leg bent leg hip ext. x4e (overhand grip) (bar weight = 20lbs) 145 x8 x4e 155 x8 x4e malak rotations 55 3x6e close grip bench press 210 4x4
30 Strength Training Football Summer 2012 Phase 4 Week 1 *complete warm up sets prior to each movement/ pair A's and B's *Strength Coach must see LAST Set of CAPITALIZED MOVEMENTS clean sqt bench pjk dead post bw ADAMS, CHRIS Monday-warm up/torso wt reps Tuesday-warm up/torso wt reps hang snatch 105 x4 HANG CLEAN 165 x5 125 x3 rest 3:00 min 195 x4 rest 3:00 min 135 x3 220 x3 145 x3 235 x2 A1 BACK SQUAT 245 x5 250 x1 285 x4 A1 BENCH PRESS 170 x5 pair 1:30 rest 330 x3 195 x4 350 x2 pair 1:30 rest 225 x3 370 x1 240 x2 A2 wpg pullups + weight x5 250 x1 (wide parallel grip) x5 A2 db single leg rdl 65 x6e x5 70 x6e B1 single leg squat x5e 70 x6e (standing on box) x5e B1 fat bar overhead press 110 x6 pair 1:30 rest x5e (bar weight = 20 lbs) 135 x6 B2 malak one arm row 45 x8e pair 1:30 rest 145 x6 50 x8e B2 pause glute-ham raise bw x5 50 x8e bw x5 db hammer curls 3x8e bw x5
31 Strength Training clean sqt bench pjk dead post bw ADAMS, CHRIS Thursday- warm up/torso wt reps intensity Friday-warm up/torso wt reps front split jerk 140 x2e hang clean & push jerk 130 x4 (alternate foot forward each rep) 160 x2e rest 3:00 min 155 x4 rest 3:00 min 170 x2e 165 x4 185 x2e 165 x4 A1 DEADLIFT + box jumps 235 x5+5 low (no rest between deads 275 x4+4 med A1 db incline bench press 50 x8 and box jumps) 290 x3+3 md/hi (bench on 3nd hole) 60 x8 pair 1:30 rest 320 x3+3 high 65 x8 340 x3+3 high pair 1:30 rest 65 x8 A2 front lat pulldown 160 x8 65 x8 (overhand grip) 185 x8 A2 pause back ext. + weight x6 185 x8 (pause 2 seconds at top) x6 B1 db 45 degree front lunge 50 x5e x6 pair 1:30 rest 60 x5e B1 db split leg shoulder press 40 x6 60 x5e (alternate foot forward each set) 45 x6 B2 two arm db row 55 x8 pair 1:30 rest 50 x6 65 x8 B2 sb single leg leg curl x4e 65 x8 x4e cable rotations 3x6e x4e close grip bench press 215 4x3
32 Periodization of Training Undulating Periodization Method Works well with advanced athletes. Allows the athlete to handle greater intensity earlier during the cycle. Each Phase is 2 3 weeks in length. Olympic Lifts Phase 1 Intensity Volume 3 4 Sets x 5 Reps 70 85% 15 to 20 Total Reps Phase 2 Intensity Volume 4 6 Sets x 3 Reps % 12 to 18 Total Reps Strength 3 4 Sets % 24 to Sets % 12 to 18 Lifts x 8-10 Reps Total Reps x 3 Reps Total Reps Olympic Lifts Phase 3 Intensity Volume 4 5 Sets x 5 Reps % 20 to 25 Total Reps Phase 4 Intensity Volume 4 5 Sets x 1-2 Reps % 5 to 10 Total Reps Strength 3 5 Sets % 15 to Sets % 4 to 12 Lifts x 5 Reps Total Reps x 1 2 Reps Total Reps
33 Conditioning/Energy System Development Tuesday Dynamic Warm Up Lateral Speed-Agility/Conditioning Day 1. Stride 50 yds x 2 2. Backwards Run 30 yds x 2 3. Shuffle Arm Swing 20 yds x 2 4. Front Lunge Walk x 15 yds x 1 5. Backwards Lunge Walk x 15 yds x 1 6. Lateral Lunge Walk 15 yds x 2 7. Squat Shuffle 15 yds x 2 8. Shuffle 5 yds touch, 5 yds back touch, sprint 20 yds 9. Carioca 10 yds, Sprint 10 yds x Shuffle 10 yds, Sprint 10 yds x High Knee Skip 20 yds x Stride 40 yds x 2 Friday Linear Speed/Conditioning Day 1. Stride 50 yds x 2 2. Backwards Run 30 yds x 2 3. Shuffle Arm Swing 20 yds x 2 4. Front Lunge Walk 15 yds x 1 5. Backwards Lunge Walk 15 yds x 1 6. High Knee Walk and Grab 15 yds x 1 7. Heel Ups 20 yds x 2 8. High Knee Skip 20 yds x 2 9. High Knee Run 20 yds x Stride 50 yards x 2 Ladders x 8 Recovery 55 Yard Sprints x 10 Recovery Line - 5 back, 10 back Semi - 5 back, 15 back Skill - 10 back, 20 back Weighted Sled Push 4 x 20 yards 45 sec.. 45 sec. 45 sec 2:00 min Line = 9 sec Semi = 8 sec Skill = 7 sec Finishing Exercise - Tug-o-War 35 sec 35 sec 35 sec 1:00 min 5 min rest before Tempo Runs Tempo Runs x 2 Continuous
34 Post Training Cool Down - Flexibility Post Conditioning Cool Down Bare Foot Dynamic Movements (Done slow tempo allow for Cool Down) or Bare Feet - Walk yards Monday & Thursday post Lift Tuesday & Friday post Conditioning Active Isolated Stretching w/band * 5 reps each side hold for 5 seconds relax 5 seconds 1. Bent Leg Hamstring 2. Straight Leg Hamstring 3. Calves 4. IT Band/Glute Stretch 5. Lying Adductor Stretch 6. Quad/Hip Flexor Stretch Flexibility is an important factor in prevention of injuries and in efficient skill performance. There are three methods of improving flexibility. We will incorporate Dynamic flexibility (athletic movement through a full range of motion) during our warm up prior to every running and lifting workout. We incorporate Active Isolated Stretching or Partner Assisted stretching post workout while the muscles are warm. Research has show that post workout stretching aids in the recovery process by calming the athlete, restoring the muscles to their resting length, stimulating blood flow and reducing cramping.
35 During our off-season and pre-season program our basic training schedule will call for four training sessions each week. We will break the teams into small lifting and running groups to provide maximum individual attention. Our weekly schedule will be the following: Monday Dynamic Warm up Mobility work Lower Body Plyometrics Linear/Lateral Speed Development/Running Mechanics Torso Training Specific Warm Up Strength Training Ground based power followed by lower body strength and back strength Post Workout Flexibility/Restoration Thursday Dynamic Warm up Mobility work Lower Body Plyometrics Linear/Lateral Speed and Agility, Running Mechanics Torso Training Specific Warm Up Strength Training Ground based power followed by lower body strength and back strength. Post Workout Flexibility/Restoration Tuesday Dynamic Warm up Mobility Work Foot Quickness Upper Body Plyometrics Torso Training Specific Warm Up Strength Training Ground based power followed by upper body pressing and posterior chain work Change of Direction Conditioning/Strongman Conditioning Post Workout Flexibility/Restoration Friday Dynamic Warm up - Mobility Work Foot Quickness Upper Body Plyometrics Torso Training Specific Warm Up Strength Training Ground based power followed by upper body pressing and posterior chain work. Linear Conditioning/Position Specific Conditioning Post Workout Flexibility/Restoration
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