Put In Work: Elite Football Training

Put In Work: Elite Football Training

To be the best football player on the field, you must train like one. We collaborated with some of the top football trainers in the game to get their workout programs that will take your skills to the next level. Below are a few simple drills that you can do on the field or add to your at-home workout routine.

Fast Feet Drill from @receiverfactory

Football isn’t always about straight-line speed. Keep your quick-twitch muscles firing with this fast feet drill.

 

Warm Up Jab Drill from @receiverfactory

A successful juke can go a long way when faking out a defensive back. Make sure your jab foot stays strong with this warmup drill.

 

Warm Up Hips and Feet Drill from @receiverfactory

Fluid hips can be a wideout’s biggest asset when working to get open. Take a look at this warmup drill to keep your hips and feet mobile.

 

Jump Ball Drills from @receiverfactory

Every wide receiver’s dream is to make that game-winning, jump ball play. Up your chances at success with this simple drills.

 

Release vs. Press Coverage from @stephen_garcia5

Watch this simple technique that creates great separation from defensive backs in press coverage.

 

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What to Expect from Leonard Fournette in Year One

What to Expect from Leonard Fournette in Year One

Picture your first day at a new job. You’ve gone through the introductions and training, but now it’s time to get to business and do what you were hired for. It can be nerve-racking.

Now imagine having to do this in front of over 60,000 screaming fans as you’re expected to revolutionize the organization you’re a part of from day one. Yeah … no pressure.

This is the exact situation Jacksonville running back Leonard Fournette will find himself in when he steps onto the gridiron on September 10 in Houston. So it’s kind of a shock to see him so calm and confident. But once you hear about his intense preparation and training, it starts to make sense.

Leonard Fournette

“I feel like playing in the SEC helped a lot,” Leonard said.