Strength Training and Offseason Training Tips

December 19, 2011

What drills for football do you incorporate into your workouts? Are you intent on having a standout football season? Now that the season is over some of you are probably thinking what can I do in order to maintain a high level of performance? Here are some of the tips for offseason training, drills and […]

Gridiron Grit Vol. III: In College Football, Defense Wins Championships Part 3

November 10, 2011

You already know the almighty cliché; defense wins championships. Honestly, it didn’t matter what sport I was playing; great defense was always the main focus. Football has had some legendary people line up opposite of the offense. Reggie White is my favorite defensive lineman, and someone who I think personifies what defensive football is all […]

Gridiron Grit Vol. III: In Football, Defense Wins Championships Part 2

November 1, 2011

You already know the almighty cliché; defense wins championships. Honestly, it didn’t matter what sport I was playing; great defense was always the main focus. Football has had some legendary people line up opposite of the offense. Ray Lewis is my favorite linebacker, and someone who I think personifies what defensive football is all about. […]

Gridiron Grit Vol. III: In Football, Defense Wins Championships Part 1

October 27, 2011

There is no cliché that has been used more in football than, “defense wins championships.” Honestly, it didn’t matter what sport I was playing; great defense was always the main focus. Football has had some legendary people line up opposite of the offense. Ray Lewis is my favorite linebacker, and someone who I think personifies […]

Gridiron Grit: Strength Training with Rip It Up World Fitness

October 4, 2011

When I think of the club, I don’t think of a anti-theft tool put on steering wheels or a hot location in the 30 mile zone of Hollywood, California. The word club makes me think of football’s greatest defensive lineman, Reggie White. http://youtu.be/MO2r0Vm8keQ There has yet to be a player in the league who has […]

Lifting All The Way

September 20, 2011

  As a football player strength training is going to be the key to help you stay injury free and get bigger and stronger for the season. Your strength training program will vary on what position you’re playing. What does change is the different phases of training that will help you get ready for the […]

Getting Faster for Football

September 20, 2011

To become a great football player speed is the key. It’s just as important as weight lifting. Most football players cover around 15-20yards and just a small improvement in speed will help you on the field. In order to start your journey on getting faster you have to realize that the more powerful you legs […]

Phases of Exercise Workout for Football Training

August 30, 2011

Football is a grueling sport—even that statement is putting it mildly for the players on the field who experience the full physical brunt of playing this game. It is no small wonder that football players undergo some of the toughest and most challenging training drills as compared to any other sport in order to build […]

Overtrained Athlete Syndrome, really?

September 8, 2010

Houston Texans and former USC’s linebacker Brian Cushing recently announced that he is the victim of “Overtrained Athlete Syndrome”. Yes he is the first athlete to ever suffer from such a syndrome and certainly deserves creative points for formulating this ridiculous excuse for PED usage it still doesn’t make it right. We are not interesting in even attempting to bother to waste your time or ours by writing about make believe syndromes.

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