Whether your football career will end after High School, College or the NFL, one thing is for sure, it will end. So the question is, “What can I do now, during my football years, to prepare for life after football?”
Are you an asset to your team or a liability? Are you a solution to your team or a problem? If you’re a problem, don’t plan on four stellar years playing College ball (if you get an opportunity to play at all).
- By Brad DeHaven
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It’s easy to argue that off season training is the most important phase of any football skills and conditioning plan. Not only will it help the athlete to recover physically and psychologically during the season, it will be hugely important to neurological and physical development of any player.
1. Neurologically, off-season training is where you can consistently repeat your basic technique movements (based on your position: backpedal, throwing,
For 3 days in February each year, hundreds of the top college football players are invited to the NFL Scouting Combine in Indianapolis, Ind., where executives, coaches, and scouts from all 32 NFL teams conduct an intense, four-day job interview in advance of the NFL Draft. The ultimate question they hope to answer is this, “What is this guy’s potential as a player and, can he help our team win?” Oh sure, they want to know the speed,