I have a bunch of seniors heading off to college to play basketball this coming fall, so I get to see their strength and conditioning programs
Some of the training programs are solid and some are ok!
I would say most of my 8th graders could complete these programs as a lot of these college strength coaches are assuming most of the incoming freshman have never lifted before (and they’re probably right)
Everyone is going to camps this summer, playing AAU and going to skill clinics, but how many of these girls are actually strength training?
A very small percentage
So, do you want to have a competitive advantage this fall, get in the weight room and learn the lifts
Learn how to deadlift, squat, lunge, perform single leg movements, push, pull and carry heavy stuff 🙂
Starting at 11 years old is year 1 of strength training
Starting at 18, is still year 1 of strength training
Starting early matters big time and the difference in strength and experience will show as these girls get older as they go through high school and start college
I would love to know your training plans this summer
If I can help design your program, let me know
Your friend and coach,
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