POSITION SPECIFIC TRAINING
INDIVIDUAL/SMALL GROUP CAMP OPENS May 1
May 1 - July 20
To improve as a player in the off-season, you have to be specific and purposeful about your training.
Football players must identify specific movements that translate directly to their position and work to become more consistently explosive with those movements.
For your off-season training program, isolate the fundamental movements that are critical to making you being the best player you can be at your position and apply resistance, reaction and over-speed training techniques to that movement to make yourself more explosive for the season.
A cornerback, for example, should focus on improving his foot speed to get in and out of his backpedal and into his break to cover a wide receiver. Offensive linemen, on the other hand, are required to make entirely different movements. They must work on being explosive with their pass sets, zone blocks, trapping and pulling movements.
It's all about the "little things," not just about getting guys "bigger, faster and stronger." It's about making players better and more explosive at what they are actually doing on the field.
Train movement specific and position specific, and watch your work in the off-season translate to the field during to make you a better player all season.
Position Specific Training
Position Specific Skill Development for Wide Receivers, Defensive Backs and Running Backs
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