HS STRENGTH PROGRAM THAT WORKS

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  1. FOOTBL101

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    Coaches,


    I have spent
    time with several strength coaches from NC, SC, and VA and have formulated a
    plan that works well at the High School level.
    We have been able to implement this plan at Havelock HS and it has
    helped our football program to become one of the best programs in the
    state. This program helped us to win
    three 3A State Championships and a runner-up appearance in the last four
    years. It is very easy to install at the
    high school level and has several different variations to keep your athletes
    off balance. Variation and muscle
    confusion is what makes our players continue to grow and improve in their
    over-all athletic ability. In this plan
    I have included our detailed work-outs for in-season, off-season, and
    summer. I will also include our red and
    blue wall % charts, several weight room changeups, a speed and agility workout,
    unconventional but very relative warm-ups, and a dvd that will show and explain
    some of our core principles. I have also
    coached in the NC Shrine Bowl Game, Semper Fi All-American Game, and will coach
    in the Under-Armour All-American game this year.


    ·
    Past Clinics I
    have spoken at on this program:


    Glazier, NIKE
    coach of the Year Clinics, Wake Forest, Virginia, NC Football Coaches Clinic,
    NC State, UNC, LSU, South Carolina Coaches Clinic, Tennessee, and hosted
    several coaches at my school to implement the plan.


    Name:
    Jim
    Bob Bryant


    Current
    Position:
    Head Football Coach/Certified Weight Lifting Instructor


    Current School : Havelock HS


    Outstanding
    Achievements:



    HAVELOCK HEAD COACH 83-13 IN 7 YEARS


    o 2011, 2012, and 2013 3A State Champions and


    2014 State Runner-Ups.


    o
    2011 and 2013
    Named NC AP Coach of the Year.


    Questions about
    "The Plan" Email: Jim Bob Bryant


    JBFTBALL@GMAIL.COM
     

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