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May 2007

May 2007


The Strength Report: Developing the Explosive Athlete - Wide Receivers (Part I)

by: Yancy McKnight
Strength & Conditioning Coach, Rice University
© May 2007

Our football players are put through a year round periodized speed, strength and conditioning plan. Depending on what time of year it is, our focus for our football players will also change. The annual plan is broken down into six different phases: Winter Development, Spring Development, Summer Pre-Season, Pre-Season Camp, Fall In-Season and Bowl Preparation or Transition. Our football players are also grouped and categorized by strength and skill level along with the position they play on the field.

The winter development program begins in January and runs through February. This cycle will last roughly six to eight weeks in length. During this cycle we are primarily training for a one-repetition max on Power Clean, Back Squat and Bench Press. We will also test all of our football players on the 40-yard dash, pro-agility, three....The full article can only be seen by subscribers.
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