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Strength Training for Young Athletes: Getting Started!

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Features & Benefits
  • Appropriate and proven methods for strength training for the young athlete
  • 40 exercises for kids of all ages to improve overall health
  • Safe and effective movement instruction for quickness, core power development and strengthening the extremities
with Chris Doyle,
University of Iowa Football Strength & Conditioning Coach,
Certification: National Strength and Conditioning Association (NSCA),
'99 NSCA Big 10 "Strength Coach of the Year"

One of the most difficult questions in strength training is how to get started with the young athlete. Coach Chris Doyle answers this question with over 40 exercises that will help kids of all ages and skill development. His successful training program will enhance young athletes' skills, help prevent injuries, benefit their psychological-social "well being" and help improve their overall health. Doyle demonstrates safe and effective basic movements that will improve foot quickness, as well as create strength and flexibility in the torso, lower body, posterior, and upper body. Once athletes master these movements using their own body weight, external resistance can be added for increased benefits. Doyle also shares important lifestyle guidelines that will benefit athletes both on and off the field. This video is a must for anyone looking to further develop his or her youth athletes.

36 minutes. 2004.

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