Friday, July 16, 2010

ncaa football workouts - total football training

I'm sending out this post today to let you know about a breakthrough football training program that was *just* released today, called Total Football Training.


It's developed by Duane Carlisle, Head Strength and Conditioning Coach of the San Francisco 49ers and, quite frankly, there is no other speed, strength and conditioning program for football that you could even compare it to.

Total Football Training

It truly is a revolutionary program and one that *every* football coach, trainer and/or parent of
football players should have (if you're interested in faster, stronger, more explosive players).


Like any comprehensive athletic development program, it covers football specific speed (linear and
multidirectional), strength, power, flexibility and conditioning in great detail.

That alone makes it King of the Hill in terms of football specific training programs. But that's not
what changes the game...

Coach Carlisle built the entire series around an week off season training program. The DVDs and
the manual work off each other so you don't have to think about what to do. All the workouts, for every single set, rep, drill and exercise are laid out for you.

All you do is open the manual and look at Day 1 Workout 1. Put in the DVD and you'll see that
everything you want to do for Day 1, Workout 1 is demonstrated on the DVD.

This is how the program works for *everything*, soup to nuts. Day 1, Week 1 to Day 4, Week 8. So
you don't have to piece together what to do and when.



And that means you don't have to become a strength and conditioning expert or sacrifice time you normally spend on offense/defense/special teams trying to figure out what speed workout to do or
what lifts, sets and reps you need for the weight room.

Because it's already done.

But don't be scared off by the 'offseason' structure.

You can run the bulk of the program while you're inseason because your players need to continue to
improve their speed, strength and specific endurance throughout the season, not just during the summer.

It's as much a guide as it is a specific program.

Of course, there's a lot more in the program than the workouts and drills on video.

So, look, I'll end on this note:

If you're involved in coaching football and/or football players, Duane Carlisle's Total Football Training program is a no-brainer. I highly recommend you invest in this program.


Total Football Training
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