Many high school teams across the country began training with The Frog this season.

By Dan Guttenplan

Mason Senior High (Mich.) football coach Steve Bowers is always looking to bring new technology to his program – especially when it’s free.

Bowers will be able to introduce a new training device to his team after winning the 2017 FNF Coaches Frog Fitness Contest. Per the terms of the contest, any coach who downloaded the FNF Coaches app and completed the contest form was eligible for the contest, which awarded a grand prize of one Frog Fitness “Frog”.

The Frog is the result of years of relentless hard work, research and development, and scientific testing. The Frog is already being widely accepted throughout the NFL, the NBA, Pro Motocross, and MMA. Even America’s most respected warriors throughout the U.S. Military are training with The Frog, and most recently Olympic athletes began adding The Frog to their training regimens.

Many high school teams across the country began training with The Frog this season.

“I saw the contest, and I’m always up for getting something new we can utilize for our athletes,” Bowers said. “This was a perfect opportunity because it didn’t cost us anything.”

Bowers researched The Frog on the Frog Fitness website and determined the training device would be the perfect tool to get his players in peak shape this offseason.

“I had never seen it before,” Bowers said. “I went on their website and checked it out. It looks different from anything we’ve used, but it’s been used by so many different programs at different levels. I thought we could put it to use for our program.”

FNF Coaches will continue to offer prizes to subscribers and readers. Follow us on Twitter @FNFCoaches and download the app on iTunes (designed for both the iPhone and iPad) and Amazon (for Android). It is geared toward high school football head coaches and assistants across the continental United States.

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