Coach Frazier details seasonal planning and workout construction. Each month of the year consists of different workout phases. Starting in January, the pre-competitive phase leads to the competitive phase, and into the championship season. Frazier emphasizes the legs as the most important part of throwing. In the pre-season, cardio and sprint program is used 2-3 times a week, as well as throwing drills. In March and April, the competitive phase takes place. Mental training is accomplished through mini competitions and are a great way to simulate real events. Phase 3 takes place in May and June, which is the championship season. Sleep and eating habits are crucial during this phase. The fourth phase is in July and August, the off-season. September and October make up the fifth phase. Phase 6 in November and December is a time to begin preparation for the January period. In addition, Frazier uses athletes to demonstrate 17 drills that make up a solid warm-up routine and lead to successful throwing.
38 minutes. 2007.
This item also belongs to the following series!
About Us | Security & Privacy | Terms & Conditions | Shipping | Affiliates | Advertise With Us | Help | Contact Us | Site Map | Drake University Distance Learning | Gift Certificates | Request a Catalog | Print Order Form | Promo Codes | Digital Video Download Help
© 2013 Championship Productions, Inc.