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  • #31406

    tcobb52
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     Coach,

     

    Is grip 4 bench press where you would have your index fingers where the knurling meets the smooth part of the bar? Thanks.

  • #31407

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     Coach,

     

    Is grip 4 bench press where you would have your index fingers where the knurling meets the smooth part of the bar? Thanks.

  • #31404

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     Thanks Coach!

     

    Also, I’ve been watching your prep work on instagram or twitter, also the video on the home page, and I was wondering how your using bands for prep work and how to set it up. I really like your the neck work but not smart enough to figure how your band setup. Being a school where we have 120 kids in our athletic period, and not enough money or space for various machines, bands are huge in my programming. I’m always looking for more ways to incorporate them. Thanks

  • #31402

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     Did Coach Mcknight speak at the clinic? If he did, is his presentation on the DVDs? Thanks.

  • #31399

    tcobb52
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     Coach,

     

    Do you have any instructions/directions on how you built your wooden boxes seen in the jump training progressions video. Im trying to get my high school shop class to build some for us. thanks.

  • #31385

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     Coach,

     

    In your Summer 2009 Linear/Lateral Speed Template, you have drills labeled competitive and pure competitive. Can you elaborate the differences of those and what linear/lateral drills you like to incorporate with those. Thanks.

  • #31386

    tcobb52
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     Coach,

     

    In your Summer 2009 Linear/Lateral Speed Template, you have drills labeled competitive and pure competitive. Can you elaborate the differences of those and what linear/lateral drills you like to incorporate with those. Thanks.

  • #31383

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     Coach Kenn,

     

    Could you give an example of your Field Grid you referred to yesterday in your twitter post? Thanks.

  • #31375

    tcobb52
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    We do our linear/lateral speed and conditioning on Tue/Thur, my basic template lays out like this:

     

    1. Stationary Dynamic Warm-up (Parisi stuff.. Jumping jacks, pogos, squats, scorpions, iron cross, pushups etc…)

    2. Sationary Upper/Lower running mechanics : seated arm action, lying knee drive, standing knee lift series

    3. Then I get them all on the goal line and we do walking mobility (knee hug, hip flex & lunge, tin soldiers, bear crawls etc.)

                        *** early in the off season I lengthen the distance to help facilitate recovery from the previous season and add a bit of GPP

    4. SID’s: A-march, A-skip, A- run, shuffle, side run, backward run, falling start

    ****Tuesdays we do 5A and Thursdays 5B

    5A. Decel Mechanics: sprint/shuffle/side run/ back pedal with a stop. ***This is huge with the younger kids, it’s amazing how our better athletes have trouble with             this and its great because there is immediate feedback.

    5B. Plyo+Accelerate- Squat jump/broad jump/side jump + stick + sprint . Looking for a great stick at the landing, shifting bodyweight and accelerate 5-10yds. I love these drills because you can get a bunch of athletes going at once, there’s automatic feedback, the athlete feels their weight shift and if they false step or not.

     

    ***This takes about 25-30 min, Next we get into different drills, some guys call this the county fair circuit and a just a gut check but you can get a lot of quality work done and not turn it into just conditioning if you’re smart about the number of stations, kids per station and how you rotate through the station. 

     

    1. Resisted Sprints- I made 6 wooden sleds (my version of the ram sleds)

                                        Tue: push from the bottom for 20yards

                                        Thur: push from the top for 40 yards

    2. Starts: push-up starts, mountain climber starts, scramble ups ( hammering the first 10-20yds)

    3. Programmed Agility: Tue- Pro agility, Thur- L-drill

    4. Bags: 1 foot, 2 foot, shuffle over, side run over, shuffle weave, sp/bp weave

    5. Speed ladder : everyone’s favorite drills

    6. MB throws : backward cannonball, fwd cannon ball, broad jump + chest pass

     

    Then we do team conditioning: modified 1/2 gassers or 110’s (I break it up where OTB runs 110, Box runs 100 and F7 runs 90)

     

    The last thing we do is each coach in charge of a stations counts loafs during each group and we tally it up and do up-downs to pay the piper

    The first day we did 65… yesterday we did 20 so the guys are getting better. The kids that played Basketball come back to us Mon so hopefully that trend will continue. 

     

    Looking for any input! Always looking for better/ more efficient way of doing things.

     

     

  • #31370

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     I can’t remember which EADs you talked about this but you mentioned you were working on a tiered approach on Linear/Lateral speed. Have you narrowed anything down yet. I’m starting to put together my winter speed work together and was wondering if you’re planning on posting it? Thanks.

  • #31162

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    Coaches,

     

    In programming lifts such as the OH Press, Incline, Power Shrug/Power Pull, how do you determine the lifters max on each particular lift. Do you use a percentage of your fundamental lifts as there max or do you do a rep max with each specific lift. Also, I would like to hear what y’all do for mental toughness/team building drills.

  • #31155

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    Does anyone have any articles or pointers on how to use excel to create the workout cards

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