Fall Sports Training Guide
You don’t hit the gym, lift weights multiple days a week, and spend $60 a month on protein powder just to get picked last in your local pickup game.
When you get on the court, field, pitch, or rink this fall, you fully intend to be the most agile, fastest, strongest, most durable guy out there. Sure, it’s not the Olympics or a pro game, but you still want to be the best you can—even if it’s just a pickup game with your friends on Saturdays. Nevertheless, chances are no matter how many hours you spend in the gym, your current routine isn’t making you any more athletic.
You’re strong, yes—but can you move? Even if you can run three miles on the treadmill, how will your wind be in the fourth quarter, when the team is down by a touchdown and the QB is looking for you in the end zone?
With a few easy tweaks, you can turn your training into a combine that preps you for glory this fall no matter what your sport—basketball, football, hockey, or soccer. Best of all, you’ll still be burning the fat and building the muscle you need to look like a gladiator all year long. Just follow the Fall Sports Training Guide.
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