Proper techniques need to be mastered by athletes through the execution of many repetitions over a long period of time.
Speed does not develop after just a week or two of drills. Months of hard training and the execution of hundreds of drills can help an athlete to be ready to perform at peak levels.
ASAP~Athletic Strength And Power went on location to East Lansing, Michigan to witness some of the finest conditioned college football athletes. Michigan State vs Ohio State. Both programs develop top notch athletes. MSU's former star, Plaxico Burress made some stellar catches in last year's Super Bowl victory for the New York Giants. Thirty former Buckeyes are presently on NFL rosters.
Movement patterns, pre-game drills, and flexibility training techniques were closely examined, photographed and video taped for further study. In future blog posts, ASAP will share some of the findings observed by athletes trained under MSU's Ken Mannie, Mike Vorkapich, Tommy Hoke and Tim Wakeham. And those Buckeyes trained by Eric Lichter, Jeff Uhlenhake and Doug Davis.
Bonus: Click on the Photo for the school's fight song! Or:
Blogpost and Photos by Ed Cicale