The Truth About Training High School Athletes




High School Athletes



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4 Responses

  1. Donovan "DFitnessguy" Owens says:

    Very powerful words here.

    You see it time and time again…kids from middle school jump into high school athletics…they get thrown under a squat bar and a bench press as a means of analyzing their athletic potential.

    That is what’s injuring our youth and cutting their careers short. It’s about development for the long-term.

    This video clip gives mounds of applicable information in 2 minutes and showed be viewed again.

    Thanks for the post Brian and great information Carlos.

  2. smitty says:

    Preach on…

    In the needs analysis, without a doubt, there needs to be a line for training age, not only chronological age.

    Tight upper backs for 8th graders? Hell yeah. Ever hear of Xbox 🙂

  3. Liz Donnelly says:

    Carlo’s message is so practical to all demographics. Know your audience.

    Well, done. Awesome presentation! I can’t wait until next year.


  4. So true. My 1st 2 weeks of freshman football I was completely out of my element. I didn’t even start fot the frosh team. By that Spring I grew, developed, gained 20 lbs. and owned the varsity lineman from their on, eventually earning All American honors. Had those coaches thrown me in to varsity during 2-a-days I’d have quit I was so far behind…developmentally. And this was 30 years ago!!!

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