AP Football Off-Season Prep
Our ninety-minute training sessions will focus on speed, strength, power, and football-specific conditioning relative to your position. Speed Mechanics has broken it down so that on Monday’s and Thursday’s – athletes will focus on both skill and speed work, followed by plyometrics and their main lifts. On Tuesday’s and Friday’s – athletes will focus on general conditioning, grappling for contacts, and supplemental lifts.
Skills will include positionally specific work focused on receiver skills, defensive skills, and linemen drills. Speed work will progress through the offseason from more linear acceleration work to more complex skills, routes, and agility work. Plyometrics will focus on building jump capacity and progressing to more explosive movements in preparation for the season. The main strength lifts will include things like Olympic lifts or variations, squats, deadlifts, bench press, and heavy pulls.
Of Note: At the conclusion of Football Off-Season Prep, attendees will receive a pre and post camp report. Results from 10 and 20 metre sprints, Pro-Agility, Tribe conditioning Test, vertical and broad jumps, and isometric mid-thigh pulls (strength) will be representative of testing from Week 1 and your final week. State-of-the-art equipment from Sorinex, GymAware, Hawkins Dynamic, and Dashr will play an integral role in supporting strength & conditioning components of the program. Additionally, enrollees have access to discounted BioSteel and protein supplements.
Pricing = 3 days @ $265 /Middle School/High School