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February 2010

February 2010


Strength Report: A Post-Season Developmental Program for Linemen

by: Doug Smith
D-Line Coach and Strength and Conditioning Coach, Juniata College
© February 2010

The primary objectives of the post-season football developmental program for our linemen are to enhance individual athletic performance and reduce the potential of injury through the implementation of exercises, drills, team concepts and work ethic that transfers directly to the playing field.
To accomplish these objectives, we incorporate a fourteen-week cycle divided into three phases. The first four weeks is a transition phase beginning at the end of the season. This phase is used for recovery and testing along with review and teaching of lifting mechanics and technique. The second phase of the post-season starts when our players return from the holiday break and lasts until spring break. This six-week period involves a five-day-a-week rotation consisting of three total body lifts and two days of team mat drills.
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