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Cover: michigan football series: 45 exercises to build strength, stability & power
Michigan Football Series: 45 Exercises to Build Strength, Stability & Power

with Ben Herbert,
University of Michigan Football Director of Strength & Conditioning;
has worked with 71 NFL draft picks, including eight first round selections;
certified member of the National Strength & Conditioning Association (NSCA);
in 2015, was named a Master Strength and Conditioning Coach (MSCC) by the CSCCa (youngest coach ever to earn the honor at age 35)

This jam-packed video from University of Michigan's Director of Strength & Conditioning Ben Herbert includes tons of drills that center around building more strength in your football players. Stronger athletes mean stronger results on the field and you'll get plenty of ideas for how to increase your players' capabilities from Coach Herbert.

Body Stability

Coach Herbert begins this presentation with some of the exercises that he uses at the University of Michigan that help develop stability in the joints and core of his athletes. Several exercises are demonstrated, including: resisted four-way neck, band face pulls, four-way crawling, tap planks, and many more. These exercises are unique ways to develop the strength and stability that transfers to the dynamic movements needed in the game of football. Herbert also explains how these exercises form a base to build an athlete's ability to perform to their best in games and in practice.

Deficiency Drills and Safety

Herbert continues by explaining that many athletes have deficiencies present in one side of the body, which prevents them from improving as much as they should be capable of. Coach Herbert demonstrates several exercises that will help identify and address these deficiencies most frequently present in athletes.

Finally, you'll get a demonstration of some unique variations, using several implements, that help make traditional lifts such as the bench press, deadlift, and squat safer and more effective for your athletes.

Coach Herbert provides several exercises and methods to improve the strength performance and safety of your athletes.

59 minutes. 2019.

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Michigan Football Strength & Conditioning Series
FD-05567L:

with Ben Herbert,
University of Michigan Football Director of Strength & Conditioning;
has worked with 71 NFL draft picks, including eight first round selections;
certified member of the National Strength & Conditioning Association (NSCA);
in 2015, was named a Master Strength and Conditioning Coach (MSCC) by the CSCCa (youngest coach ever to earn the honor at age 35)

This jam-packed video from University of Michigan's Director of Strength & Conditioning Ben Herbert includes tons of drills that center around building more strength in your football players. Stronger athletes mean stronger results on the field and you'll get plenty of ideas for how to increase your players' capabilities from Coach Herbert.

Body Stability

Coach Herbert begins this presentation with some of the exercises that he uses at the University of Michigan that help develop stability in the joints and core of his athletes. Several exercises are demonstrated, including: resisted four-way neck, band face pulls, four-way crawling, tap planks, and many more. These exercises are unique ways to develop the strength and stability that transfers to the dynamic movements needed in the game of football. Herbert also explains how these exercises form a base to build an athlete's ability to perform to their best in games and in practice.

Deficiency Drills and Safety

Herbert continues by explaining that many athletes have deficiencies present in one side of the body, which prevents them from improving as much as they should be capable of. Coach Herbert demonstrates several exercises that will help identify and address these deficiencies most frequently present in athletes.

Finally, you'll get a demonstration of some unique variations, using several implements, that help make traditional lifts such as the bench press, deadlift, and squat safer and more effective for your athletes.

Coach Herbert provides several exercises and methods to improve the strength performance and safety of your athletes.

59 minutes. 2019.



FD-05567M:

with Ben Herbert,
University of Michigan Football Director of Strength & Conditioning;
has worked with 71 NFL draft picks, including eight first round selections;
certified member of the National Strength & Conditioning Association (NSCA);
in 2015, was named a Master Strength and Conditioning Coach (MSCC) by the CSCCa (youngest coach to earn the honor at age 35)

Your athletes could be the strongest in your league, but it doesn't mean anything if they're all slow and unable to react quickly on the field! To ensure your team is full of players who are strong AND mobile/quick, Michigan's Director of Strength & Conditioning, Coach Ben Herbert, is here to give you plenty of exercises that train fast and fluid movement.

Mobility Exercises

Coach Herbert begins by demonstrating some of the mobility and preparation work that he does with his athletes in training. Mobility of the foot, ankles, knees, hips, shoulders, and elbows are discussed and several exercises and techniques are shown that will help your athletes develop enhanced mobility and stability in their joints, as well as address tightness in any particular area that would limit their potential for improvement through a training program. Herbert then demonstrates several of the warm-up drills that he uses with his athletes that get them ready for training, but teach and reinforce proper running and movement mechanics.

Speed and Quickness Drills

Next, you'll get an explanation of the plyometric exercises that are used at Michigan and what they are designed to improve. Coach Herbert demonstrates several of these exercises, including box jumps, hurdle jumps, low cone jumps, and multiple box jumps. He also discusses how to make these exercises more difficult once your athletes become proficient in each one.

Several speed and quickness improvement exercises are shown as well, which include implements s

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Chris Doyle 3-Pack
FD-02364: 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.



FD-02365: 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.

GD-02363: 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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Bryan Miller: Summer Conditioning Program for Football
with Bryan Miller, Oregon State University Football Strength and Conditioning Coach; (CSCS),
a Specialist in Sports Conditioning and a Level I Club Coach (U.S. Weightlifting)

Learn the importance of "movement specific" workouts vs. "position specific" to ensure that your players improve at the fastest rate possible

Get amazing results and help your athletes be the best they can be. In this clinic lecture, Bryan Miller provides a content rich summer conditioning training blue print in this video. You will see:

  • The concept of "non-programmed drills" that are similar to game like conditions which prepare your athletes to be their best when it counts
  • Conditioning drills that create explosive football players and the proper order to get the best results
  • Physically and mentally challenging drills that help bond your athletes into a unified team
  • A 4 day conditioning program that will get your players into the best shape of their lives

Coach Miller begins by breaking down his overall training philosophy and how he sets expectations for his athletes each season. He breaks down his philosophy of applying force and absorbing force as the main concept behind his development of football players in order for them to maintain and build physical attributes. Coach goes through an overview of what he expects and executes during an off-season program.

The OSU summer program uses linear and lateral plyometrics on day 1 to create and develop sprinting speed. You will see video of each drill in a progression that progresses to more demanding drills before moving into sprint development. Day 2 is an anaerobic conditioning day that increases the athlete's recovery rate from specific conditioning of 100 yard tempo runs, backward running as well as medicine ball throws. Day 3 incorporates lateral plyometrics as well as the 300 yard shuttle and medicine ball tempo runs. In day 4 the athletes are taken through high threshold non-programmed training to duplicate game like movements.

A rigorous and effective strength and conditioning program are vital for team success each football season. This DVD is a must for any athlete or coach and will help take you and your team to the ultimate level. Coach Miller's summer conditioning program will reduce injuries to your team and get them to play at a much higher level simple by being in better shape than their competition.

Produced at the 2013 Portland Nike Coach of the Year Clinic.

57 minutes. 2014.

DVD
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Bryan Miller's Strength Training for Football 2-Pack
FD-04575A: with Bryan Miller, Oregon State University Football Strength and Conditioning Coach; (CSCS),
a Specialist in Sports Conditioning and a Level I Club Coach (U.S. Weightlifting)

The mantra that football teams are built in the off-season always holds true no matter who the team is. Being able to mold your athletes into bigger, faster and stronger players is a key to success year after year.

In this clinic talk, Bryan Miller takes you through the steps you need to take in the area of speed and agility for your team this upcoming off-season. Coach Miller takes you through content that can be easily implemented into your speed and agility workout, including:

  • How he analyzes, applies and adapts every workout for every player
  • Discusses his year round training cycle for developing speed and agility
  • Lists his strength exercises, Olympic lifts and plyometric program for increasing speed
  • Goes through his entire speed workout as well as his agility workout showing you the proper sequence of each drill

Using video footage, Coach Miller breaks down his warm-up activity showing each of the mechanics and the importance of each movement.

When breaking into speed development, Coach Miller teaches drills that can develop a very quick first step. He discusses technique and vital movements needed in order to elevate the speed of your athletes. Miller's speed development is structured on squatting, bounding, heel to butt running, actual sprinting and getting lean. He lists his 12 lifts and six plyometric drills for creating speed, stressing quality of movement versus quantity all times. His yearly training cycle will show you how to train your athletes from season to season taking the guess work out of developing a quality training program.

Speed kills and here is your chance to help develop the speed and agility on your team. The easy to follow development programs displayed in this video will help any coach push their athletes to the next level.

Produced at the 2013 Portland Nike Coach of the Year Clinic.

56 minutes. 2014.



FD-04575B: with Bryan Miller, Oregon State University Football Strength and Conditioning Coach; (CSCS),
a Specialist in Sports Conditioning and a Level I Club Coach (U.S. Weightlifting)

Learn the importance of "movement specific" workouts vs. "position specific" to ensure that your players improve at the fastest rate possible

Get amazing results and help your athletes be the best they can be. In this clinic lecture, Bryan Miller provides a content rich summer conditioning training blue print in this video. You will see:

  • The concept of "non-programmed drills" that are similar to game like conditions which prepare your athletes to be their best when it counts
  • Conditioning drills that create explosive football players and the proper order to get the best results
  • Physically and mentally challenging drills that help bond your athletes into a unified team
  • A 4 day conditioning program that will get your players into the best shape of their lives

Coach Miller begins by breaking down his overall training philosophy and how he sets expectations for his athletes each season. He breaks down his philosophy of applying force and absorbing force as the main concept behind his development of football players in order for them to maintain and build physical attributes. Coach goes through an overview of what he expects and executes during an off-season program.

The OSU summer program uses linear and lateral plyometrics on day 1 to create and develop sprinting speed. You will see video of each drill in a progression that progresses to more demanding drills before moving into sprint development. Day 2 is an anaerobic conditioning day that increases the athlete's recovery rate from specific conditioning of 100 yard tempo runs, backward running as well as medicine ball throws. Day 3 incorporates lateral plyometrics as well as the 300 yard shuttle and medicine ball tempo runs. In day 4 the athletes are taken through high threshold non-programmed training to duplicate game like movements.

A rigorous and effective strength and conditioning program are vital for team success each football season. This DVD is a must for any athlete or coach and will help take you and your team to the ultimate level. Coach Miller's summer conditioning program will reduce injuries to your team and get them to play at a much higher level simple by being in better shape than their competition.

Produced at the 2013 Portland Nike Coach of the Year Clinic.

57 minutes. 2014.



DVD
Buy at Championship Productions


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