Tag Archives: Football

Nasty

“Dear Mr. Welbourn, I lack what you referred to in PA Radio 174 as a “mean streak”. I’m not prone to violence and am soft spoken. In your years of … Read More »

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FORM Lifting: Use The Force

“When I first started training with weights, I was obsessed with the practice of moving a weight or object from point A to point B in as short a period … 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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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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Emerald Isle Adventures

“The next morning we jump in the car to head to Belfast. The drive to Belfast was eventful as we speed up there to meet Craig who had flown in from Glasgow. We ended up having lunch and dinner at the same restaurant, Made in Belfast. They turn out to have some great food and solid drink menu. After spending several hours eating and drinking we decided to navigate to the hotel… Read More »

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Reflections on Men, Women, Violence & Football

“Violence is one of the great riddles of the male sphinx. And football, for a lot of teenage guys, is how they learn to solve it. (In other parts of the world, it’s rugby. Or armed robbery.) Blame testosterone—that strange ineluctable whatzit that rises up inside you (if you’re male) during puberty, insinuates itself into your psyche like a menacing twin, tries to take you over or at least wrestle you down into the blood and muck. Call it: The zombie in the pudding. Out of the sweetness of youth it comes. And just keeps coming. And it wants to eat your brain… Read More »

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100% again…

“Hi John – I have been playing football for the past seven years, and I just want to say that your programming has put me in way better shape now than … Read More »

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