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October/November 2010

October/November 2010


Georgia’s In-Season and Bowl Game Strength Training

by: Keith Gray
Associate Head Strength and Conditioning Coach, University of Georgia
© October/November 2010

Every year, college football players across the country engage in strength and conditioning programs from January until the beginning of training camp in August. Those workouts lay the conditioning foundation and strength base for the upcoming season. And while those workouts are important, many strength coaches would argue that workouts held during the season are just as important, if not more so, than workouts held during the rest of the year. This simple question must be asked: When would you rather have your athlete be his strongest? March, July or November? The answer is simple: November. What difference does it make if your athlete can back squat 600 lbs. in July if he is not able to maintain that strength during the competitive season, when he actually needs to be that strong? This is why in-season training is so important to ....The full article can only be seen by subscribers.
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