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Posted Monday, February 08, 2010 by Ed Dalton
As our winter training season is now in full gear the riggor and organization of the program seem to be paying dividends.  I think whatever you do in training you need an organized plan where you keep acurate records.  You then take the data to adjust your program for even better results.  Our speed strength program allows the athlete to train three, four or five days, depending on your schedule.  Most of our veteran players now train five days a week and understand the benefits and focus of that style of workout.  The speed and plyo program provides a good base for our summer speed plyo program at the stadium.  Finally, many of our in season athletes are using our maintenance program for in-season so they will be ready to really go at it when their winter season ends. 
     Remember the most important parts to speed and strength training are sequence and intensity, it is not time spent.

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