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Are you making the same training mistakes that most coaches make?
You spend hour upon hour in the weight room getting strong, and you devote very little time to mastering athletic movement skills. You work hard on off-season strength training trying to “bulk up” to get that extra edge on game day.
You might even be using some cone drills, box jumps, or running suicides.
But going through all of this still leaves a big piece missing…
To bring the best out in your athletes, you need to make sure your approach to improving your athletes’ performance addresses the movement demands of actually performing—not just being a weight room superstar.
So if you coach…
- Basketball players who want to jump higher
- Volleyball players who want to prevent knee and ankle injuries
- Football players who want to explode off the line
- Baseball players who want to throw and hit harder
- Soccer players who want to change direction quicker
- Tennis players who want to cover more ground on the court
- Lacrosse players who want to develop an explosive first step
- Track athletes who want to run faster
The answer is the IYCA’s Ultimate Jump Training Program.
The IYCA’s Ultimate Jump Training Program is a resource for coaches who want to improve their athletes’:
- Movement Skills
- Mobility & Stability
- Injury Resistance
And the best part?
Ultimate Jump Training is designed to be used on the court or field, so you can integrate it into your practice as part of your strength and conditioning program if you don’t have the time or means to get to a weight room.
Join IYCA Expert and recognized sports performance coach C.J. Easter as he gives you an inside look into the exact training methods and specific exercises that he uses to coach hundreds of young athletes and that allowed him to play football both at Stanford and at the professional level.
Unlike other jump-based programs that consist of 500 squat jumps and 1000 calf raises, Ultimate Jump Training is grounded in proper strength training principles.
The program allows coaches who might not have access to a weight room to increase stability and mobility and progressively overload their athletes to prevent injuries and become more explosive.