Assessment is the key to any quality strength and conditioning program. The self-assessment allows each user to break down their fundamental movements and will reveal strengths and weaknesses. This allows us to rule out exercises that could lead to injury and pick the best techniques to train your body. The assessment will then be used to dictate your training program for the coming months.
Utilizing our assessment to drive our decision making for each phase, the program is divided into 13- 4 week training phases. Over 300 detailed workout days with exact prescriptions for warm-ups, movement corrections, strength training and conditioning. Peak off-season is a 5 days-a-week template while in season is 2 formal intense days that will have you peaking in during playoffs while your competitors are wilting away. Each phase has HD video of every exercise available for your viewing on either your computer or mobile device.
This guide shows you all of the qualities of a great 60-yard dash. There are mini tests and training goals that I use with all of my athletes preparing for their 40 or 60-yard dashes. HINT: it’s not one particular speed workout or exercise that develops a blazing fast 60!
Josh Heenan is President of Advanced Therapy and Performance where he oversees the treatment and training of hundreds of throwers a year. Heenan is a Strength and Conditioning Coach and a Board Certified Doctor of Integrated Medicine.
As Head Strength Coach for Division I Sacred Heart University, Josh oversaw the program that set multiple records for most program wins and least missed starts. During his five years… Read more…