DVS, what's up with the thread? I don't see anything.
Ok, we all recognize that a baseline level of conditioning is needed:
1. to be able to work on technique in practice and drills
2. to utilize these techniques with greater efficiency through improved speed/power/strength/accuracy/coordination
3. to continue to apply these techniques throughout the course of a game or match*
(*In the case of rugby, the demands of which are completely different than football.)
So the question is, why is CFFB better than another protocol for preparing athletes for football.
Let's assume we're talking about HS football players with a coach in charge of programming the S&C program from pre-season, in-season, off-season, and summer.
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