Tag Archives: CSCS

Beast Reality: Shitty days

When I was a young boy, My father took me into the city To see a marching band. He said, “Son when you grow up would you be the savior of the broken, the beaten and the damned?” He said, “Will you defeat them, your demons, and all the non-believers, the plans that they have […]

Training the Energy Systems used in Football

When considering an Athlete’s energy systems, there are three methods the body uses to produce Adenosine triphosphate (ATP), the body’s main energy source on the cellular level. Each method is “selected” in accord with the cell’s demand for ATP. When conditioning for Football, it is of paramount importance to consider the body’s appropriate energy system. […]

Causes of The Prowler Flu

“They should call this Hell.” – Phil Terio, 2011 New England Football Conference Boyd Division Defensive Rookie of the Year, Salve Regina College The Prowler 2 (more commonly known as The Prowler) is essentially a weighted sled that can be pushed and/or pulled on pavement, asphalt, and/or turf; it’s great for general conditioning and lower […]

Lower Body Training (Dynamic and Max Effort) from Sunday 12/11/11

Here’s a sample Lower Body Training Routine we had two of our athletes perform on Sunday 12/11/11. Although we typically separate our leg training into Max Effort and Dynamic Effort (explosive training), on this training day we programmed for a combination of the two methods. PROGRAMMING – see additional programming detail/description below: Dynamic Stretching Warmup […]

Humbling New Beastly Testimonials – 12/2/11

Beast Training was fortunate to receive the following testimonials last week; the first was from a High School Football Coach in Chesterland, Ohio – that’s correct, Ohio. The second is from a local athlete we were fortunate to work with on multiple occasions: Erik I want to say thank you. I know that your input […]