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Old 03-05-2012, 02:36 PM   #9
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Just a suggestion. I would put the sprints and agilities before the weight training to make sure you both are fresh and not fatigued from weight training. Other than that..looks like a great start.

BTB mentioned pull-ups. If possible get him started on those. IMO pull-ups are a great indicator for relative strength. Many of the college athletes i train could barely perform a pull-up. Made it my goal that all the big boys had to do pull-ups
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