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What Is The Course Focus?
To build muscle mass and definition across your upper and lower body
Unique exercises that will challenge you and give you a pump every workout
Further enhance your football off season training with specific explosive development
What Sports Are Covered?
In addition to these 6 sports, we breakdown how additional specific sports can utilize the Olympic lifts along with categories of sports such as field sports and strength sports.
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Frequently Asked Questions
How do I start the course after purchase?
Will the course expire?
No, you will have continual access to the course. You may take your time to complete it and are also able to refer back to completed lessons after finishing the course.
How many long is the course?
The course is over 3 hours long, packed with educational content for coaches and athletes looking to learn more about strength training for specific sports.
What should I do when I finish the course?
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