Tag Archives: Training

Magnesium Deficiency

“Magnesium is involved in processes that affect muscle function including oxygen uptake, energy production and electrolyte balance. When you exercise you lose fluid. The fluid is replaced rapidly by the consuming of water or other fluids. Many times that water does not contain trace minerals that are lost during sweating and excretion of fluid from kidneys… Read More »

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8 Mile

“As I worked with A-Rabbit every morning at 6 AM the goal was always the same. Prepare yourself so that when the situation arises you can throw the right pitch or throw a strike for the save. Even if that day never comes, at least you can look back and realize you did everything could to be ready when greatness came knocking… Read More »

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What kind of exercises will I need?

“Talk To Me Johnnie…I’m a high school junior looking to play Division 1-AA football in college. I’ve been doing CrossFit for a couple of years now, and I’m looking for what types of exercises I need to be able to do, and goals I need to hit in order to make it. I figure you guys would be the best people to ask. Let me know. Thanks, Steve… 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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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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MCL

“John, First of all thank you for all of the information that you have put up on the site. The advice and WODs have really helped me bring my Rugby to the next level. About three months ago I hurt my knee while running… Read More »

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Double Body Weight

“John…Just writing to say thanks for the intelligent and effective programming you do on Football.com. After consistently following the SWOD and DWOD for about 5 months, I finally got a double bodyweight back squat…. Read More »

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Combine 2012

“Hey guys, I attended the CFFB training you had back in March and am excited to start your training. Prior to the seminar, I was training for the games, which is evaluating fitness one AMRAP workout at a time. I was wondering if you plan on holding another combine. I know this year’s combine was cancelled due to scheduling issues. I can’t tell you how psyched up I am for this event… Read More »

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Iowa Football & Rhabdo

“Hey John, Did you hear about the recent case of rhabdomyolysis at the University of Iowa? I was curious as one of the players said he had to “squat 240lbs for 100 reps and it was timed.” 13 players were affected and I was just hoping that with your experience you might be able to shed some light on why this type of training is beneficial for D1 football players at this point in the off-season… Read More »

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What are you training for?

“Hey John,

My name is Dan and I’ve CrossFitting for going on two years now. I’m 28 yrs/old, 6’2”, 195lbs (very lean). I get on average four workouts a week in with a strong emphasis on power. I have had limited gains in terms of becoming more powerful… Read More »

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