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Post-season lift cycle for great results in the development of young athletes

The initial phase of our program is perhaps out of season a bit different than most coaches do when the season ends. They are classified by low weight, handling large volume of body weight carried in succession. COPD has benefits using complex metabolic pathways throughout the training week. I am soccer coach, and depending on how far you are in the playoffs We will always devote time to this stage in our annual program. This approach brings out a few things for us:

Correct imbalances

I think the nature of sport, no matter the activity, naturally leads to imbalances in the body. For example, they have players who play one side of the field, and all take on blocks and have the most contact with the shoulder. The receptors that play a side of the field often make the same cuts of the same time, the foot and again. The list is endless.

Metabolic effect

EPOC (post exercise oxygen consumption) has made a lot of press in recent times and research to do this with hundreds of athletes in the past 10 years has shown me is worthless. The workouts are tough to get through and have the same cardiovascular effect "Traditional" cardio movements. We have tangible evidence of this as I have my athletes take your heart rate between the circuits to ensure that they are "in" with your target heart rate.

Primary Movements

progress to During this phase, each week more and more difficult lifts and lifts more externally loaded. When we started in week 1, almost everything we do is manipulation of body weight pure. This kind of goes with the philosophy of "if you can not do 10 perfect push-ups do not have vertical walls of business." Perhaps a benefit hidden is the beauty that is in the joints after a season of hitting heads. No, kids at school do not care about the health of joints, to that hurt. In four or five weeks, almost all the exercises are what I call our main lifts, or elevators for the most part they will do throughout the year. This allows me to teach and perfect the shape of the athletes, while the load remains light.

Resistant Plateau

As a former athlete me, the worst after losing his final game was to listen to your coach (still trying to lose the way) shouted to get under the squat bar and maximum off or start with a heavy load. I found with my athletes, who after a month of doing this phase, which was almost angry with me because they have not benched or squatting heavy since August. He bites his nails to get after him and heavy load. I have yet to see a child hit a ceiling in the next 16 weeks after the uprising the implementation of this program in advance. It complements the next phases of our program very well.

Coordinates of the kinetic chain

Our method of multi-joint, ground-based, athletic lifts whenever possible. I think it's important to have athletes force derived from the base. Thanks Dan John, I just steal your bait.

It fits what we do

  1. Everything we do is based on speed. We are Searching for children who can run and attack people. The nature of the lifts high with COPD and high volume tends to strip our children's body fat and add a little muscle at a time. It is the motivation for them to get lean, because they know they will help their chances of getting on the field. Also, when you were only 17 wanted girls to be seen so why not noticed that his right to lean, athletic body?

Application for Sports

Physically, this is difficult to pass. Mentally, it makes you want to quit smoking. This is an ideal platform to teach sport and life lessons to young athletes. We talked about things like never quit and head up (do not let my athletes crouch when you are tired). This applies to academics (Which compete in the classroom), relationships (lasting friendships, marriage) We have also seen this coming through in the 4th quarter when the other team is on its knees and our guys are bouncing up and down the waiting in the line of scrimmage. They're my guys tired? Hell Yeah! But he never showed it.

I love pulling a loose ball "!" We call the end of the day and lift or activity prescribed automatically in place for them to do. It's like port specific as you can get.

Here is how to organize a training week in the 1st phase our training:

/ Friday – Monday Circuits

Metabolic Circuit (week one example) Week 4 Example

Squat – Balance Front Squat Squat Board

Push (H) – pectoral Flat DB Press

Extraction (H) – Modified Pull-ups One arm Rows

Squat (1L) – Walking lunges Bulgarian Loaded

  1. Push (V) – Alt air. BB Overhead Press DB Press

Tire (V) – Pullups with bands. Pull-ups

8-12 reps / lift. Whole circuit, take heart, repeat 4-5 times.

Tuesday / Thursday – Complex

½ Luz Complex

½ Ab Circuit


X 2

Heavy ½ Complex

½ Circuit hip


x 2

½ Luz Complex

½ Ab Circuit


X 2

Heavy ½ Complex

½ hip Circuit


x 2

Heavy Light Complex

RDL Dead

Hang Snatch Bent over row

Hang Hang Squat Clean Clean

Bent over row pull Press

Curl Press N Front Squat


6 repetitions each lift.

* If the athletes are very sore on Thursday, sometimes add a day in the wrestling room, where we do a long warm-up followed by dynamic motion exercises some competition.


We give kids a day of active recovery. This means that we try playing trains on April 4

"Basketball", where nobody dares to call to a fault and resembles more drunken rugby than basketball. Again, there is another way our kids to compete.

I am not claiming this as a method foolproof tactics post-season training, work for us and what we do. We have seen that to be successful, so successful, in fact, we are thinking applicable to our second phase for our children with body comp.

About the Author

Josh and Tyler Fagan have dedicated most of their lives to helping young athletes improve their game through sound strength and conditioning training progression principles. Check out the site at www.ImprovingAthletes.com and sign up for their free newsletter.

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