Released on May 4, 2017
DeFranco’s Director of Training, Cameron Josse, joins the show to discuss his recently published article – Maximum Power Sled Sprinting for American Football.
1:20 – Joe gives an overview of today’s show topic
7:40 – Cameron Josse explains the back-story behind his recently published article/case study
15:40 – Cameron begins to discuss the specifics of his case study
19:00 – The influence that Matt Cross, JB Morin and Pierre Samozino had on Cameron’s experiment
20:45 – New “crazy” sled loading recommendation for achieving maximum power output during sled sprints
33:00 – Finding your “maximal resisted sled load” and/or “load of max power”
37:45 – Cameron shares the weekly template his athletes utilized during the 4-week experiment
41:40 – Joe talks about classifying sled sprinting as “strength” work
45:30 – Cameron & Joe talk about improving 40-yard dash times without running full 40’s
48:50 – Increasing the “ratio of force” vs. prolonging the decrease in the ratio of force
51:35 – Cameron gives an example of his “Lower Body Workout #2”
58:05 – Recommendations for coaches who don’t have access to a 1080 Sprint machine
63:15 – Final recommendations & full weekly template revealed!
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