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In Competitive Games and Drills for Strength and Power Development, Shawn Baier and Eric Hammer present a valuable addition to your ability to prepare athletes for competition while increasing their strength and power foundation. Competitive games and drills are an excellent way to build team unity and bring out the competitiveness of your athletes without limiting yourself to sport specific scrimmages. Competitive games and drills can be setup one-on-one or by positions, grade levels, weight classes, etc. and are easily incorporated into your current training regimen. Baier and Hammer go over numerous drills and games, ranging from "traditional tug-of-war" to "weight room medleys," "tire flip races" and "cognitive drills that incorporate a strength and power component." Competitive Games and Drills for Strength and Power Development is a proven method of bringing out the competitive side or your athletes in a fun and exciting way while simultaneously developing strength and power in your athletes! 30 minutes.


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