Michael Nicolini, Lead Assistant Performance Coach, San Jose State Football
Taken from: Athletic Performance eClinic – Designing a Summer Conditioning Program for the High School athlete
Coach begins his presentation off by explaining his back ground and then proceeds into his presentation by starting with football energy pathways. Coach discusses his Aerobic low intensity, long duration energy pathways. Coach explains football intervals that parallel the 6 second duration of an average offensive play and how it applies to different conditioning factors.
Depending on fitness levels & athletic abilities coach shares recovery time needed for an Alactic system to fully recover from a 6 second maximal effort for continuous work. Coach shares his high and low approach for intensity training and the recovery time needed for maximum output by athletes. Coach shares the types of training and drills that he uses to decrease poor mechanics and the risk of injuries.
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