|03-03-2012, 10:44 AM||#1|
Join Date: Jul 2011
Jr. Football Routine
Thought I'd throw this out there and get some input. As many of you know, I am training my son for PeeWee Football. It is the off-season right now and we want to focus on getting his strength, conditioning, and agility increased so he can make the team next year...not to mention that he enjoys it and it's an absolute blast for me too.
He's been playing basketball so his workouts have been very abbreviated to allow him to practice and play. But basketball is over next week, so I've been putting together a routine for us to do TOGETHER that will serve both our needs. He's been working out since last football season ended and he's learning the lifts well and making good progress on everything.
Here's what I've come up with, all comments are welcome; especially those experienced in training kids...
Me: Military Press - Juggernaut
Son: Military Press - 20 total reps
Both: Sled Rows - (2) 20 yard laps
Both: 1 Arm Db Row
Complexes and agilities
Me: Bar Dips - 20 total reps
Son: Push-ups - 3 sets ladders
Me: Lying Triceps Extensions - 20 total reps
Son: Band Triceps Push-down - 20 total reps
Me: Barbell Curls - 20 total reps
Son: Band Curls - 20 total reps
Agilities and Sprints
Me: Barbell Squats - Juggernaut
Son: Goblet squats - 2 sets of 20 reps
Both: Prowler Pushes x 6 laps
Hill Sprints and Cone Drills
400meters x 4 or Lines (gassers) x 4
(This day is going to suck so bad)
Last edited by Off Road; 03-03-2012 at 10:57 PM.
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