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“The High School Training Systems Manifesto”
“The High School Training Systems Manifesto”
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“When I read Brian’s ‘Speed & Movement Techniques’ chapter in his Complete Athlete Development Program, I knew that I was on to something very special…
… When I watched the corresponding DVD’s, I realized in an instance that the techniques and progressions he was showing were going to make my athletes the fastest and most agile in the game…
… I was right!”
I received that email from Heath Croll about 3 years ago.
My ‘Complete Athlete Development’ system was brand-new and I was anxious for feedback.
It’s one thing to coach successfully for 10 years, it’s another thing altogether to put your system on paper and ask people to believe in it.
But believe in it they did.
Fitness Professionals, Strength Coaches, High School Coaches – even Parents and Athletes!
Robert was a born leader.
Not the most gifted athlete in the world.
Not the strongest kid in the weight room.
And certainly not the fastest guy on the field.
But he was captain of the #2 ranked high school football team
in Illinois and a three year varsity starter for one reason….
He elevated the work ethic of his teammates.
And he did so without words.
Robert just flat-out worked hard.
Every moment in practice and games.
And when you’re around a guy like that, it’s hard not to look in the
mirror and want to work harder yourself.
I’ll go on record as saying that the two consecutive trips we made as
a team to the state quarterfinals were due in large part to Robert.
Four starting offensive players went on to Division One football
scholarships after there senior seasons.
Five more from the defensive side of the ball.
Truly, this team was talent personified.
But Robert, the undersized and under skilled offensive lineman was
the real cog and catalyst.
Now, you may be assuming that what I learned from him was something
to do within the realm of "leadership" or "work ethic".
But that’s not what Robert taught me.
What he did offer as a valuable lesson however, was the power of
knowing what NOT to say.
"The Man" in the locker room and on the field.
And barely a word ever came out of him.
It’s the pat on the back he would give his running back for making a
great cut and springing a 40 yard run.
The look he would give another offensive lineman if he didn’t feel as
though their block was as aggressive or complete as it could have been
on the last play.
“We made it to the State Quarterfinals for two consecutive years.
This had never been done before in school history”
I would say that’s the crowning achievement of my career.
I’ve trained Olympic athletes.
Highly paid professionals from various sports.
National Team competitors from all over North America and
But I have never been more honored or filled with pride than I
was when I received a letter from the head football coach of
a high school program I volunteer for.
The quote above was part of that letter.
There is something uniquely special about working with and coaching Young Athletes.
So much so that it’s left me sleepless tonight.
I’m writing this to you at 2:00am and am literally bursting at
the seams with energy and exuberance.
I don’t love my job.
I don’t love my career.
I love my place in the world.
My destiny and path.
To aid in the grooming and development of young men and women
through sport, but for the purpose of life preparation, is an
honor that cannot be described in words.
It is a calling.
Something you are compelled to do.
For years I have beencoaching young athletes and teams.
Over 15,000 to date and counting.
And I remember them all.
I stay in touch with as many of them as I can to this day.
They were not my clients and I there Trainer.
They were my focus and reason for getting out of bed every
For 14 years, I have not had one day of work.
I have had 5,110 days of enthusiastic joy, though.
This all may sound odd and a touch ‘mushy’ – but that is the
difference between a job and a passion.
My obligation to these kids far exceeds wanting them to get
faster and stronger.
It is in helping cultivate their futures.
And by default, the future of our world.
Yes, my young athletes are widely known as the fastest, strongest
and most injury resistant.
But they also are know to be the best students, most
trustworthy people and have gone on to have success in both
the sporting world and beyond.
It’s much more than speed training or understanding lifting
It’s about combining the best possible training methods with
a coaching system that truly helps young people reach for the
stars in every conceivable way.
My years of experience, trail and error, many mistakes and
re-evaluations have all been honed down into one system that
works – it works every time for any aged athlete in any sport.
It’s the entire system that has the right ingredients of speed,
strength, athletic development, agility and coaching.
I’ll never forget the look in the eyes of those 70+ high school
football players as they took the field for the State
Quarterfinals for the second year in a row.
It was over two years ago and I still get chills thinking about Coaching Young Athletes.
We lost that game.
But as several of the kids came off the field, crying with
disappointment, they sought me out, wrapped their arms around me
“Thanks Coach…. for everything”
That’s the difference between a passion and a job.
I’m going to be making Complete Athlete Development available
one last time at some point over the next couple of weeks.
I hope you can see how important an opportunity that is for you.
‘Till next time,