Advice I would give all the girl basketball players/ female athletes out there when it comes to strength and conditioning training
I know alot of you are working on it now, but what happens when sports start back up, team ball and AAU start?
Are you just going to leave all the progress you made on getting stronger, faster and helping to prevent injuries?
I hope not
That’s like playing AAU this summer then never picking up a basketball until next a spring AAU
Sounds ridiculous right?
Well, girls do it all the time when it comes to strength and conditioning
You do a 6 week program before the season then never go back until the following year
This is the perfect time to make this strength thing a habit 🙂
Post season is the best time to workout 4-6X times a week and get better, stronger, more explosive, work on your weaknesses so you can take the contact in the lane and help prevent injuries so you don’t miss any playing time
You don’t have the excuse that you don’t have time now
So start working today, you will see the results this winter and beyond
Work Hard, Stay Consistent and Be Patient
Something to think about
PS: Whenever you are ready, here are 3 ways I can help:
1. A Virtual Assessment and Program Design
We can go a virtual checklist and assessment of 11 exercises and movements that will give me a starting point for you and pick up on any per-cursors to injuries
Afterwards, I will design you a 4 week program based off your assessment, what your goals are and the equipment you have access to
Just reply back with “assessment” and I will send you the details
2. Post Season Girls Basketball Conditioning
Grab 50+ done for you conditioning workouts/drills that you can do this summer to get you in the best shape of your basketball life.
With these conditioning workouts, you can balance out your skill work with strength and conditioning work.
How would you like 64 done for you workouts that you can use in practice with your female athletes that will help them get stronger, faster, quicker, help them stay injury free and you don’t have to leave the basketball court?