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Tis the season to plan your off-season program. Maybe you started today, or you’re back at it the first week of January. IMFB has a lot of suggestions for you to improve your speed, agility, and power while limiting injuries and increasing flexibility.
We even have podcasts on the topic! Click here to listen
Enjoy IMFB’s install 7 from the Strength side of things as we cover 12 bilateral lifts. We’re talking about building a program around the hang clean and covering in-season and off-season workouts.
Strength: 12 Bilateral Lifts – read the free article here!
Our podcast Coachspeak, with episode 14 focusing on an end of season review and and bilateral lifts:
As a football coach many times you become a de-facto strength and speed coach either because you’re the header, or because you’re the assistant on campus or maybe you just have enthusiasm for the topic and are willing to learn. In my experience, it was because I was a little of all of these factors. Through my time lifting not only for my own benefit but for the benefit of my program, I’ve discovered that I need to trick my body while keeping myself engaged. Not just that but after clinics, reading books, and meeting with strength coaches I’ve discovered what is important in the strength world as a football coach.