Topic: the best way to prepare for football season? i wanna play Strong Safety?
July 16, 2019 / By Andee Question:
im trying out for strong safety this season, im 5'6 165-170. first of am i taller enough for strong saety? do i weigh to much? and i just want to know some things that i can do this offseason to prepare myself for the position.i needa get faster and get my vertical up, what are some things i can do? and like what are some drills i can do, or workouts, and wat kinda diet should i go on? i kinda wanna cut down on my weight a little but also get more stronger. what are some healthy diet plans. thank you
Weldon | 5 days ago
A great site for you would be
Its what I do.
And as for size don't worry that much about it work out and practice hard for the position and show some dedication and that is as much as you can do.
I am pretty small 5'7 190 and I played Middle linebacker I was the smallest line backer out there but I started at the position for three out of four years in high school on varsity.
....It really depends on the work you are willing to put forth. You need to get your 40 up a little bit to be a safety maybe to a 4.6 or 4.7 and you need to train with step laddersto increase yhour agility and you can also use "jumpsoles" they are a plyometric 8 week program that increases your vert and your speed and agility immensley...try it out go to google then type in jumpsoles or jump usa.
Deffinately take a look at biggerfasterstronger.com like the last guy said. BFS has helped me gain 15lbs of muscle in 3 weeks.
Originally Answered: How can I get in shape for football season ? (I want to lose weight, be stronger, and increase my stamina)?
Go on a diet IE eat your greens, cut down on McDonalds, Sizzler's, and that local taco shop.
Do some stretching, then try weight lifting. Figure out how much you can bench, then do some reps. After the first week, try the next heaviest weight, for a challenge.
Try running everyday, morning and night. After the first 2 or 3 weeks, run +2 or +3 more laps than usual.
After awhile, you'll get used to this, and you'll in shape in no time.