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January 2008

January 2008


The Strength Report: Goals & Principals of a Strength Training Program

by: Ron McKeefery
Asst. Athletic Director, Strength & Conditioning, University of South Florida
© January 2008

I am often asked about our off season strength and conditioning programs. At the University of South Florida we are very fortunate to have a fully outfitted weight room and five professional strength coaches working with our athletes. What we do at USF is not always available to others. Therefore it is important that I educate coaches so that they may be able to look at their current situation and make the most of it. It is my goal to provide coaches with a sound strength and conditioning program that you may be able to implement into your current situation. Over the next series of articles I will break down our daily training schedule:

I. Static Stretching/Dynamic Warm Up
II. Total Body Movements
III. Multiple Joint Movements
IV. Single Joint Movements
V. Core
VI. Grip
VII. Neck
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