There’s an art to preparing a powerlifter or weightlifter for a competition.
But in the world of field sports, you’ve got a competition every few days. That leaves you with an entirely different set of goals and constraints for your off-season and for in-season training. On top of that, there are critical differences between football, soccer, baseball, basketball, track and field, etc.
I’ve worked with NFL players and D1 athletes from a variety of sports. In fact, I share some of those great stories in this podcast.
So listen in to this one if you’re an athlete or a coach. Listen in if you’re a parent. And listen in if you own a facility or coach at a box. You want to be working with your athletes to help them be successful on the field.
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LISTEN IN TO TODAY’S PODCAST AS WE TALK ABOUT:
- The crucial differences between the in-season and off-season
- How Coach Travis changed a life with a highlight film
- The chess game of training for multiple sports
- Training for football vs. baseball vs. basketball vs. soccer
- The quickest way to get fired as a strength coach
- and more…