I have had 4 phone calls, coaching calls this week with coaches and parents talking about their daughters and how to implement strength and conditioning and what actually they should be doing
While each athlete is different and should go through some form of a movement screen/ assessment so we can personally design workouts to fit their needs
With that being said, all strength training sessions should have these 6 movements consistently:
As an athlete, you should be training movements, not muscles
Meaning, our players are not bodybuilders, there is no reason they should be curling and dipping
My rule of thumb is, unless we are training at least 3 days a week, you don’t get to curl and dip
Most colleges will be starting their summer workouts in a few weeks
Middle/ High school, you should be starting in June
So, what are you doing this summer for strength and conditioning?
Hit reply and let me know
Your friend and coach,
PS: Whenever you are ready to get to work this summer, I have 3 programs you can check out
1. The Complete Women’s Basketball Strength and Conditioning Program
The Complete Women’s Basketball Strength and Conditioning Program addresses a specific need in girl basketball players. There is nothing out there on the market designed by a former standout division 1 girls basketball player that specifically addresses the strength and conditioning needs of girl basketball players in regards to pre-season, in-season and post-season. If you want to get stronger, faster, quicker and stay injury free and prevent ACL injuries, it’s all here for you.
You check out the program HERE!
2. Live Training in Waltham, Mass
Why you should be training?
1. Get Stronger Physically and Mentally
2. Clean Up Any Nagging Injuries
3.Reduce Injuries Especially ACL Injuries
4. Prepare for the Next Level (High School or College)
Just hit reply and we will get you set up with an assessment
3. Online Custom Design Programming
I am sure you are wondering, what should my athletes, daughter or myself be doing in regards to strength and conditioning for basketball
What should you be doing to prepare to play in college or even play varsity?
Let’s jump on the phone so I can learn more about you or your athlete(s) and how I can help design a personalized strength and conditioning program
Programs will be broken down into 3, 4 week blocks and have video instruction