Originally Posted by Allen Yeh
unfortunately the kid plays year round... between all star teams, travelling squads, tournaments and what not... I asked him how many weeks does he have off from practice/games.... he said 3 all year. So his offseason is almost non-existent. It makes training a lot harder because he plays year round and the periodization schedule I wanted to do is pretty much balled up and thrown out. I don't want to work the kid to the bone, but I do want to do stuff for him he will never do on his own.
Thanks, Blake. I recognize the value of a sick posterior chain. He's a forward.