Is your athletics program in need of a summer off-season program? Are you looking for athletic performance and not a weight lifting or power lifting manual? I believe we have mastered the art of movement at IMFB and we’re offering up our programming for a $1 donation. It covers speed camp, agility work, yoga, warm-ups, cool downs, testing, bilateral and unilateral lifts as well as building up to our Olympic lifts.
It’s time to get back out on the field again and improve the movement of our athletes. I’m a firm believer in using winter/spring to improve the movement of our players. With a typical split of 30-35 in the weight room and 30-35 on the field I would alternate between speed and agility days.
It’s that time of the year again. The footballs are locked away in the equipment room and your staff is starting to meet again. As a coach, you’re hitting clinics and the AFCA Convention. But you still have a job to do. Your job from January through early August is to get your players to be more athletic, while still respecting their other sports they play and their grades. Your staff needs to sit down and meet to figure out the following, but here are my tips for each section: