Chris Doyle 3-Pack

Chris Doyle 3-Pack
Chris Doyle 3-Pack
Item# FD-04913
$75.00
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with Chris Doyle,
University of Iowa Football Strength and Conditioning Coach,
Certification: National Strength and Conditioning Association (NSCA), '99 NSCA Big 10 "Strength Coach of the Year"

Looking to get stronger, faster, and quicker? University of Iowa Football's Coach Doyle presents the complete guide to Strength & Conditioning. This video encompasses a detailed outline of over 40 drills and exercises devoted to developing your torso, upper body, and lower body. Doyle offers proper technique and demonstrations of each Olympic lift, an important segment of an athletic workout. He also shares over 60 drills and exercises to improve foot quickness, posterior chain development, speed, power, and dynamic flexibility. This is a great strength and conditioning program that enhances athletic ability while reducing the risk of injury!

80 minutes. 2005.


with Chris Doyle,
University of Iowa Football Strength and Conditioning Coach,
Certification: National Strength and Conditioning Association (NSCA), '99 NSCA Big 10 "Strength Coach of the Year"

Do you want to learn how to develop a dominating lineman? Coach Doyle shares 117 exercises that have contributed to the successful line play at the University of Iowa. Doyle's training program begins with evaluation and progresses through the critical areas of developing linemen. Warm-up, flexibility, torso, posterior chain, posterior shoulder girdle, acceleration, plyometric, and position specific exercises are explained and demonstrated in this unique video. An outstanding video with an abundance of drills and exercises to prepare your linemen for competition!

35 minutes. 2005.
with Chris Doyle,
University of Iowa Football Strength and Conditioning Coach,
Certification: National Strength and Conditioning Association (NSCA), '99 NSCA Big 10 "Strength Coach of the Year"

Coach Chris Doyle offers over 48 explosive speed drills suitable for all athletes. Progressing from non-competitive drills to pure-competitive drills, Doyle makes "working out" a fun activity. He emphasizes the importance of applying proper PAL mechanics and force within each linear and lateral drill. Applying these techniques will enhance your athlete's ability to accelerate and change direction; the most common movements performed in competition. Ropes, bands, sleds, cones, and tennis balls are used within these drills to improve reaction, speed, quickness, and agility. Great drills and exercises to incorporate into your speed workout.

26 minutes. 2005.




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