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Maximizing Spring Agility Drillsby: Jim Kielbaso
Director of the Total Performance Training Centers (MI)
© May 2014
If every athlete used the spring to improve their speed and strength, summer conditioning would be really simple. Everyone would be faster and stronger than before, and with a couple of weeks of basic conditioning, you’d be ready for football practice. Unfortunately, things never seem to turn out that way, so you need to have an effective plan in place.
It’s important to analyze the metabolic requirements of football and design conditioning routines that train the proper energy systems, movement patterns, and “rhythm” of the game. In order to do that, let’s take a look at the way energy is created in the body and how this impacts football conditioning.
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