Wednesday, August 29, 2007

In-Season Football Training

Is it just me or has the football off-season just flown by?

Hopefully you will see the benefits of training when you hit the gridiron. But the question I ask you is what are you doing to keep those off-season gains in your strength, speed, agility and power?

**In-Season Training**
What should you be doing to maintain your peak performance?

I suggest trying to get three workouts in focusing on all aspects of you training. Workouts should be a combination of strength, footspeed, agility, power, flexibility and core work. Assuming you are doing your anaerobic conditioning with the team so there is no need to do extra.

Timing is critical. If you play on Friday, get in Saturday and get a good, tough workout in, take Sunday off, then Monday & Tuesday get a workout in. Wednesday do some core work and a good stretching session, Thursday is off and Friday is game day. You can adjust this schedule for college and NFL games.

**Hydration**
My clients are never on the sideline with cramps. Why is that? Because I have taught them that hydration starts on Monday. the need to eat healthy and hydrate well in the days leading up to the game, not just the night before.

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Train hard.


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Saturday, August 25, 2007

Okoye Drafted Top Ten By Texans

We are pleased to announce that Amobi Okoye has been selected 10th overall in the 2007 NFL Draft by the Houston Texans. Okoye who clocked a 4.85 40 yard dash at the Louisville Pro Day seperated him in a class of his own.Congrats to Amobi and his family. I know that he will be a huge success in the NFL with his character and work ethic.