Spring Workouts. YOU get to decide what you get out of it!

posted Mar 30, 2020, 1:43 PM by Levi Huseman   [ updated Mar 30, 2020, 9:40 PM ]
Just because the season is canceled doesn't mean that we don't want to get faster/more explosive or be in better shape!  
We are still going to prepare workouts for you. You get to decide what you want out of the next 3 months.  Are you going to work your tail off and be in the best shape of your life when we get back together (football/volleyball/cross country/college/etc.), or are going to be lazy and choose to not do anything.  Choice is yours.  Read something on twitter today and thought it was pretty spot on.

You've got three options.  Keep in mind it is 100% your choice which you do...
Option 1. Don’t do any workouts on your own, and you’ll know it. Option 2. Do 2-4 workouts a week, you, your teammates (and your coaches), will know it. Option 3. Do 5-7 workouts a week, you, your teammates, your coaches, AND your opponents will know it!

Things will switch a little from being event specific to general strength and explosiveness or aerobic development.  
There are only two groups.  A Speed Group(with Power Options) and an Endurance Group.  The Speed(And Power) workouts will likely benefit an athlete who plays football, volleyball, basketball, etc.  while the endurance workouts will likely benefit cross country, soccer, swimming, etc. athletes.  But obviously feel free to do any workout that you like. If you want to do some days from the Speed/Explosiveness workouts and others from the Endurance workouts that's awesome too!  We just want to give you options so that you can continue to make yourselves better.

Here's how everything is set up.  We have prepared two weeks of workouts that will repeat themselves (meaning when you finish the last workout of week 2, you'll go back and start week 1 again)

Speed Workouts  (Everything here is less than 10 seconds of running so Power Group this is for you too)                         
 

And then there are probably thousands of ideas online for workouts.  One that I've personally liked is from University of Georgia Football Strength and Conditioning Coach Scott Sinclair.  He does a workout of the day and you can find his workouts on his twitter: https://twitter.com/coach_sinclair

No matter what you choose to do understand that it is YOU'RE CHOICE.  It doesn't matter if we can't meet.  It doesn't matter if you can't get into a gym.  It doesn't matter if you don't have access to weights.  You can choose to make yourself better.  
Last thing I'll leave you with is a quote from JJ Watt (NFL Football Player if you didn't know).  Success isn't given, inherited, or owned; its leased. And rent is due EVERY DAY.  

Lets Get to Work! #Always Compete
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