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Weightlifting and recruits, our lifting program, and a good idea
I hope Sentell or someone can weight in on this. When we interview recruits do we ask about their lifting routines history? Or if they even lift? 15, 16 year olds many times just want to do the heavy squats for strength and show and not do the thigh extensions and leg curls that build the smaller muscles and strengthen the ligaments. Hence they are more prone to torn knee ligs, correct? When we get a commitment do we give them a work out routine we want them to start?
And the good idea..why not be a trend setter and hold a weight lifting camp, like a futbawl camp? Would be a great recruiting tool teaching kids how to lift. Techniques, what to do and not do...it's very important. BTW what's the status of our strength-conditioning program? I rarely see it mentioned anywhere. ...btw if mods wanna move this to "Football" that's cool.