NFL DRAFT AND PRO DAY PREP
The individualized programs are detailed and prescribed based on evaluations, goals, and response to training.
STRENGTH & POWER TRAINING
Strength – absolute and velocity-specific
Vertical, horizontal, and multidirectional power development
Hypertrophy based on goals and evaluations
Complete core development and enhancement
Speed and power drills to enhance position-specific motions
Metabolic and movement demands broken down by position:
QB – MB reactive neuromuscular training (RNT), MB power, drops, in pocket movement, out of pocket movement, open field movement
RB/FB – open field movement, breaking tackles, lateral movement/pass protection, assisted/resisted cuts
WR/TE – open field movement, routes, assisted/resisted cuts
OL – MB RNT, MB power, pass protect, run block, resisted power endurance, footwork/lateral agility, hand drills
DL – MB RNT, MB power, pass rush, resisted power endurance, lateral/circular speed, hand drills
LB – open field movement, pass rush, lateral speed, drop into coverage
DB – back cuts, forward cuts, backpedal/angle-pedal, back lateral run, back angle lateral run, hip pivots, speed turns
SPORTS PERFORMANCE EVALUATIONS
Our program begins with our doctors who will perform a thorough investigation of all prior and current injuries, as well as any imbalances that inhibit athletic performance. Once a baseline assessment has been established, we will then transition into the regeneration and recovery portion of the program.
Sports Performance Staff
Full kinetic chain evaluation.
Individual corrective realignment and regenerative protocol prescriptions from multiple disciplines. Flexibility, and mobility sessions.
Spinal, pelvic, and extremity evaluations.
Massage Therapy Staff
Myofascial, local muscular, and flexibility evaluations.
1st step quickness
Linear and multidirectional speed
Football specifics – broken down by position
Energy system development for football – general and by position
Play drives / Interval training
Sled strength and/or power endurance
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•For elite speed training for all sizes of athletes. For serious facilities that do NFL Combine Training where a tenth of a second matters.
•At the 2015 NFL combine in Indianapolis, The Athletic Performance Lab had the 3rd fastest time overall with Trey Williams who ran a 4.49, AND
•3 of the top 6 times at the 2015 combine were results from preparation using the Shredmill.