were in August. Losing 10 -20 pounds during the football season is typical for most high school and small college athletes. But you’re not typical.
You’re done licking your wounds and are ready to get back in the weight room and being construction on the machine that will lead you to victory next season. You’ve decided that football is the world to you and you’ve forgone all other “filler sports” during your off-season. You will concentrate single mindedly on getting massive, strong and super fast.
Next year you will be older, perhaps in a bigger program and twice the athlete you were last season. You need to get bigger, you need to get stronger and you need to get faster… I am going to show you how.
This article is part 1 in my Gain 31 Pounds Before Football Training Camp series.
Who is this series written for?
A) High School and College football players who need to get massive and strong for next season. If you are skinny and weak and would like to “strap up” and play nose guard next year, this series is for you.
If you are a “Neon Deion” want to-be and would rather stay skinny and avoid tackling your opponents so that you look www.ufabet good with all those wristbands around your puny arms…. This series is NOT for you.
B) Athletes looking to play at the “Next Level”. If you are a high school football player going to college or a JUCO player moving up to D1, this series will be your guide to your “Next Level” success.
The athletes at the “Next Level” are bigger than you meaner than you and faster than you. Let this series be you’re slingshot against goliath.
C) Football Coaches and parents who don’t know what the heck to do with the skinny, weak little punks. You’ve tried sending them to the YMCA only to find that your membership dues have only given them a lesson on how to spot breast implants and tip over vending machines.
You need a system and you need some guidance on how to squeeze every bit of potential out of your ‘Little Tigers’. You can print this series, roll it up and use it as a “whacking paddle” when your athletes give you less than 100%.
Let’s rock! – Part 1 – Stinkin’ Attitude