In our previous article (read here), we discussed the importance of in-season training for football programs, and what those programs should look like in general. Today we attack logistics, arguably the most difficult hurdle when it comes to working out during the season. At PLT4M, we are still active high school coaches so we understand the issues at hand. We want to preserve on-field practice time, and we worry that workouts will jeopardize energy levels and practice output. That being said, we fully believe there is a way to minimize the cost while getting all of the benefits of a full commitment to in-season training. Of course there are any number of ways to go about training during the season, and it all depends on your athletes/schedule/etc, but here is the way we like to attack it with our own teams.
In-Season Training for Football, Part II: When?
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