Training for Football
Coaching football is no part-time job. The hours you spend coaching practices, running two-a-days, and studying film on the weekends take dedication and a relentless personality. The minute your season finally comes to a close, it’s already time to start thinking ahead toward next season. What you do in your off-season has a huge impact on your season to come—and it’s time to start planning your off-season training now.
As you begin to build your off-season strength and conditioning strategy, there are countless variables you'll need to assess, prioritize, and structure, so your players are peaked for performance when the season starts.
Our Sport Performance department collaborated with our Strength Coach Advisory Board to write a comprehensive guide that lays out the steps high-level strength and conditioning professionals take when designing an organized, periodized, research-based football strength training program.