We go M-T-W-TH, 5-7PM all summer. I expect the players to make 3 of the 4 each week. They get points for attendance that work into equipment/locker/jersey assignments.
June we go 1 group in weights and 1 in cardio/speed/technique. After that we have an hour of football, mostly passing. This is where we put in the majority of our pass offense. We do 4 7v7's. In July we have the same schedule but only weights and cardio. Fall practice starts the 1st week of August and is polish passing and install running.
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In June: 3 days a week, lifting from 8am-9:15am , we also have one team camp (helmets only) where we will go 12:30pm-3:30pm but that includes film & lifting or agility each day too
In July, continue 3 days a week lifting, Tuesday nights we do a round robin 7-on-7 with 3 other schools from 5:30pm-7:30pm, one team camp (helmets only) where we go 2:30pm-6:30pm but again includes lifting, film, and we will do team bbq one of those nights too
On Thursdays, we try to be out of the building by 9:30am and we never schedule anything for Friday-Sunday so kids and coaches can have a long weekend. We want our kids hungry for football by August, not burned out. I know not everyone does it this way but its what works for us, our kids, and our coaches who most of them have young families.
“We are on the field and in the locker room to teach our players how to win. Not just on the gridiron, but in any profession they choose. We want to impart habits that will lead them to excellence throughout their lives. Most of all, we want to teach them the value of loyalty, integrity, and teamwork. Once you know how to work with people, you can accomplish anything”- Lou Holtz