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2 Top Notch Strength And Conditioning Exercises For The Elite Football Player!

2 Top Notch Strength and Conditioning Exercises For the Elite Football Player!

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In order to obtain mind blowing strength and gridiron glory you MUST have an effective battery of strength and conditioning exercises set in place. Permit yourself a minute to read and learn about what strength and conditioning for football athletes is all about! If you are going to be a competitor on the field of play today you need to incorporate a page from the training past into your strength and conditioning program my friend.
So what page from yesterday am I talking about? Well, I’m talking about training with the ancient kettlebell! That’s right, I said kettlebell my friend. This ancient strength and conditioning device is second to nothing when helping you to develop an explosive, powerful, and fit body to dish out punishment on the football field all day long. Check out the following 2 strength and conditioning exercises you can implement with this ancient tool to take your game to all new heights.
1. The Dual Kettlebell Clean, Squat, And Jerk: For this particular strength and conditioning drill you will need the availability of a pair of kettlebells of moderate resistance. Set the bells down between your feet. Properly perform a kettlebell clean racking the bells at your chest. Next, perform a front squat with the kettlebells. Now make sure you don’t allow the bells to pull you forward and off balance. Stabilize your body and lower yourself enough to touch the insides of your knees with your elbows. Once you ascend explosively extend at your hips and knees to create the necessary momentum to press or jerk the kettlebells to a locked out position above your head.
2. The Dual Kettlebell See Saw Presses: For this exercise you will be concentrating on developing some Herculean shoulders. Once again properly clean the bells to your chest. Press one bell overhead. Now as you lower the first pressed bell start to press the second kettlebell before you allow the first bell to come to rest. You see the objective is to continuously alternate pressing the bells without allowing one to come to complete rest, hence the name see saw press. These exercises are perfect for any serious football player, but especially beneficial to the collegiate and NFL strength and conditioning programs! If you haven’t included kettlebell training into your personal fitness and strength program then you are missing out. Remember that anyone can train hard, but only champions train smart my friend!
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I'm a Certified Strength And Conditioning Specialist (CSCS) and author. I have had over 17 years experience in MMA fitness, strength and conditoning, and athletic performance for most every sport. As an author and specialist I've written close to a million words on fitness and strength. I'm also a Muay Thai practictioner and enjoy helping others to reach their peak potential through fitness and performance.

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