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Patrick Ivey, Josh Stoner
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Packed with conditioning and training workouts for every position, Complete Conditioning for Football is a comprehensive guide designed for dedicated football players, coaches, and strength and conditioning professionals. The accompanying DVD offers step-by-step visual demonstrations of the top exercises and drills found throughout the book.
Todays players are bigger, stronger, and faster than ever before. A focused conditioning program has become essential to on-the-field success. Complete Conditioning for Football features a comprehensive training approach that builds players abilities as well as the football-specific skills their positions require.
In this special book and DVD package, authors Pat Ivey and Josh Stoner explain and demonstrate the very same exercises and drills they use to develop speed, power, strength, and agility with the games premier collegiate and professional players. Their programs will help you
- generate explosive power to move your opponent off the line of scrimmage;
- increase first-step, reactionary, and closing speed;
- improve arm and shoulder strength for longer, more accurate passes; and
- maximize agility and leg strength to hold blocks and break or avoid tackles.
In addition, the approximately 60-minute DVD takes you onto the gridiron and into the gym to demonstrate the most effective exercises and drills for your position, skill set, and goals.
With physical assessment tests, nutrition advice, and seasonal workouts, Complete Conditioning for Football is your guide to maximizing your talents and becoming a perennial all-pro.
Pat Ivey has been the associate athletic director for athletic performance at the University of Missouri since 2011, after serving the previous seven years as the schools assistant athletic for athletic performance and director of strength and conditioning. During his tenure at Missouri, he has helped produce multiple first-round draft picks. He was also the director of strength and conditioning at the University of Tulsa from 2002 to 2004, where he directed the efforts of all 18 sport programs.
Ivey lettered as a defensive end for the Missouri football team from 1993 to 1995 and was named the strongest athlete in the programs history in 1995. He was signed by the San Diego Chargers after college and spent two seasons with the team. He also went on to play with the Denver Broncos and Green Bay Packers.
Josh Stoner has been the director of strength and conditioning at the University of Missouri since 2007, after serving the previous three years as associate director. Under his guidance, the program has produced five first-round NFL draft picks in three years (2009, 2010, and 2011). In addition to being responsible for the athletic development of the football team, he oversees the efforts of Missouris remaining sports programs.
As the assistant director of strength and conditioning at the University of Tulsa from 2002 to 2004, Stoner assisted with the football player development program. He was also responsible for the womens basketball, mens soccer, mens tennis, womens tennis, track and field, and cross country teams.
"Physically dominate on the gridiron and recover more quickly with Complete Conditioning for Football."
Boyd Epley, Hall of Fame Strength Coach
Coach Ivey and Coach Stoners training program prepared me to be at my best no matter what type of challenge I was presented with.
Jeremy Maclin, Philadelphia Eagles First-Round Draft Pick 2009
The knowledge and training I received from Coach Ivey and Coach Stoner were second to none, from the simple task of how to lift a weight correctly to what I should put in my body to get the best results.
Chase Daniel, New Orleans Saints, Super Bowl Champion 2010
"Complete Conditioning for Football is packed with conditioning and training workouts for every position. Coach Ivey and Coach Stoner have created a one-stop resource for owning the line of scrimmage."
Andy Reid, Head Coach, Philadelphia Eagles