These conditioning concepts have strong physiological rationale, and are currently used with college-level athletes at several programs.
The athletic performance staff at SMU created a culture that empowers coaches to be great, and the team’s on-field results are starting to follow suit.
The following primary lifts and concentration concepts can take student-athletes a long way in the weight room and on the playing field.
Coaches hear it all the time. The drills you’re running need to translate well to the field. The same is true of the weight room. That’s why Scott Sinclair, MSCC, director of strength and conditioning for the University of Georgia football program, believes in squatting heavy and squatting often.
The coach asks, “How can we win more games?” The strength coach asks, “How can I get my players to perform at their peak?” There is one answer to these questions: Zephyr™ Performance Systems.
Coaches set athletic performance goals, demonstrate how players must reach those goals, and hold them accountable for their results. It’s that simple.