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March 2006

March 2006


Off Season Workouts

by: Danny Arnold
© March 2006

Off-season training should take a different focus then your typical change of just changing the amount of reps. It should take a turn to pre-hab (exercises that help prevent or minimize injuries), technique, and individual or positional needs.

In my past twelve years of really getting involved in NFL programs Iíve seen something that is a trend among strength coaches and athletic trainers that is very alarming. One of greatest concerns to me is how once the football season is over, the strength coach takes over the players development process and the athletic trainer hands off most (if not all) responsibility of player development to the strength coach. Although in most cases this is done because the athletic trainer has to now dedicate his/her time on to other sports that are beginning th....The full article can only be seen by subscribers.
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