with Tim McClellan M.S., C.S.C.S.
a private practice strength and conditioning coach; former Arizona State University Strength Coach, coached over 200 NCAA AllAmericans, who combined have won over 500 All American Awards, Olympic Gold Medalists in over a dozen events, and professionals in eight different sports
and Jeff Decker, Mountain Pointe AZ High School Defensive Coordinator,
and an advanced physical education instructor and strength and conditioning coach
Design a modern strength and conditioning program that exercises your body as well as your mind! This is the same training methodology elite trainer Tim McClellan has used to produce over 200 NCAA AllAmericans, elite professional athletes and Olympic Gold Medalists.
McClellan and Mountain Pointe High School strength coach Jeff Decker have put together as comprehensive look at how to properly train to play football at a high level and withstand the rigors of the season.
This program is loaded with exercises and drills you can perform to improve your physical fitness and decrease your chances of injury. The training is delivered in 10 steps:
Following the neurological warmup and active stretching, McClellan presents his shoulder, lower body and neck exercises for injury prevention. Nine exercises for the shoulder are demonstrated to help protect the rotator cuff and the 17 muscles comprising the shoulder area. Lower body and neck injury prevention exercises are also shown.
Low level to high level plyometrics lead into the power development phase. Here the power squat jump, side knee jumps, front step ups and other dynamic lifts show how to make a powerful football player. Decker introduces several triple extension exercises including the hang clean, power shrug, push press, push jerk and other exciting lifts.
The coaches then take you into lower body, upper body and core strength training with many of the traditional strength building lifts such as the squat, dead lift, bench press and 17 other muscle pounding exercises.
The workout concludes with the training you need most because of how it mimics the demands of the game: speed and agility. This section includes scramble ups, resistance running, the three cone L drill and much more to make you more dynamic and explosive.
McClellan completes the video with the procedures and importance of a proper cool down.
When you are engaged in a fierce oneonone conflict, superior confidence in your body will assure victory. With nearly one hour of footage presented in an easytounderstand format, this is one of the most complete and comprehensive training tools available to ensure success on the gridiron.
45 minutes. 2012.