Monday, July 12, 2010

Could you be a better football player if you improved your speed, strength and conditioning

Do you want to stay competitive....

Do you want to dominate opponents!

 To do so means more than just adding another layer to your offensive/defensive schemes.

Continuous development of speed, strength and conditioning will make the difference in playing time for individual athletes, as well as wins (and Championships) for the team as a whole.

Because programs that win year in and year out know that superior athleticism is the key to becoming dominant... and maintaining it.

No one knows that better than NFL Head Strength and Conditioning Coach

Duane Carlisle. Coach Carlisle has coached at the youth, high school, collegiate and professional level for over 20 years.

And you don't get a job as the Head Strength and Conditioning Coach of an NFL team if you don't get consistent results year after year after year....

That's why I'm excited to let you know about a TeleSeminar Coach Carlisle is running this Monday, July 20. He's going to be answering *your* questions about training in a Live, 'no holds barred' call sure to change the way you think about developing football specific athletic skill in your athletes.

 Click Here - To Register --  Football Strength and Conditioning Seminar

The entire call will be dedicated to answering your questions about developing the speed, strength, power and conditioning of all the players on your team, from lineman to wide receivers and defensive backs.

If you coach football, train football players or are the parent of football players, I highly recommend you register for this call, submit your question and implement the answers. Because you know full well that if you don't, you'll fall further behind the thousands of coaches, trainers, parents and players who do.

I can't remember the last time the Head Strength and Conditioning Coach of an NFL franchise held such an event, for free. And I don't think you'll want to miss out on the chance to make major improvements to your program.

So register now, submit your question and get ready for your most successful season yet!

 Click Here ---  Football Specific Speed, Strength, Agility

Jason, CSCS
Grounded Training

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