Tag Archives: CrossFit Football

CrossFit Football for CrossFit

“John…Let me first say, I love the site and the seminar. I was at your CFFB seminar last year and learned for than I could process. I was really excited about the program and have had great results with our high school athletes and people training for the CrossFit Games. My only issue is implementing it on a mass scale with our general population. I find two lifts and a short metcon take more time than most of our general population CrossFitters have. I should have asked you while I was at the cert but didn’t dawn on me till I got home. How would you structure the program in a general CrossFit setting?… Read More »

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2011 Recap

“This is my recap for 2011. This past year has seen a lot of growth and we are excited for 2012. Talk To Me Johnnie is heading into another year and CrossFit Football made it into it’s third year.
Just like last year, we have decided to make the last post of 2011 a recap. Enjoy…. Read More »

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CFFB in High School

“I just thought I’d send you a progress reports on one of my players. 2 years ago, this kid was a skinny freshman and came up to train with me during the spring. He couldn’t do a push up or squat to save his life. Three years later, here he is as a junior… Read More »

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Starting Strength & Velocity

“First off, I would like to thank you for the great programming CFFB provides! I am a huge fan and have been following CrossFit Football programming with a buddy for over a year. I am a college baseball player with dreams of draft day but realize that I will need to make up for my lack of height with speed and power, but its the power part I am having trouble with… Read More »

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Cougars & Football

“I’m an assistant football coach at Kean University. I coach the defensive life and am involved with strength and conditioning program. This spring and summer, I incorporated much of your programming from the website into the football program. The kids love it and really pushed themselves. Yesterday, we upset the #3 team in the nation in a nail biter… Read More »

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Praise from CrossFitters

“What is important about this is by using CF Football it allowed for better periodization, tapering and peaking for competition. No one can stay on the razors edge of fitness all year long. If Crossfit is your sport I think one of the ways to approach your year long training program is to use CFF as your strength base in the off season… Read More »

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Where can I train?

“I have recently become addicted to CrossFit Football but had a question pertaining to finding the right gym for the program. Ironically I can find plenty of gyms here in Phoenix, however, I am having a very difficult time finding a gym that works for CrossFit football. It just seems impossible to do it in your regular “globo gym.”… Read More »

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Leaning Out

“John, I’m sure you get this sort of question a lot, but I don’t remember a clear answer in any TTMJ or board post. I completely understand if this info isn’t something that you disclose to just anybody, so no pressure… Read More »

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CrossFit Football Feedback

“I have always been on the heavy side. I was always okay with it since I played offensive line from seven years old all the way up till my Sophomore year of college. That year my life took an interesting turn, as most of my friends started doing drugs and partying all the time. And while I made the decision to not be involved with the drinking and partying, I eventually quit playing football… Read More »

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Revisions

“John, Thanks for posting the video of Mat Lalonde’s lecture from the AHS. As a member of the scientific research community, it was refreshing listening to arguments for and against the numerous “Paleo-isms” that the CrossFit community likes to preach to promote this style of eating… Read More »

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