Source: Pop Workouts
Few coaches in high school football have the financial resources of Tom Brady to hire strength trainers, dietitians and throwing coordinators, but all coaches have the ability to copy his strength program from a website.
Pop Workouts recently shared Brady’s general offseason strength program — complete with an upper-body workout and a lower-body workout. Brady is still playing like an MVP at age 40, so imagine what it will do for a high school quarterback.
The theme is short rest and quick intervals, mixed with High Intensity Interval Training (HIIT).
To check it out, visit Pop Workouts.
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