ive had anywhere from d3 schools in the middle of rural Pennsylvania to the University of Michigan contact me.. so we'll see
i really want to play out west, SoCal or Florida/ south in general.. Id love to play in the SEC
if anyone out there has connections that could maybe help me out thatd be awesome.. i will verbal to UCLA this instant if someone can get me ahold of there coach
EDIT: I see your from Florida, what part? I recently emailed a coach from West Palm Beach, a D2 school called Palm Beach Atlantic? know anything about it or maybe any other colleges.. id look to go to any school in florida.. literally. im thinking about possibly juco 2 years there as well.. I just need to find a place I feel comfortable with
Last edited by SenecaValley46; 12-03-2009 at 07:07 PM.
Well for about five weeks now I've started a new training program for track. I had been doing running and some weight training since early September but now I'm getting into a lot of stability and agility training. Most of the stuff I do is one-legged, and then I'm doing a lot of drills and dynamic stretches. I've already made a lot of progress. In isolated hamstring lifts I've increased my strength by about 2.5 times, and my hamstring range of motion has increased from 55 degrees to 75.
I've been doing circuit training kind of stuff, and it has been a killer, but it's getting good results. Been doing a lot of one leg stuff on a Vertimax and other one legged squats and such. Also been doing a lot of knee drive stuff on a Kicker, and a lot of plyos and hamstring strengthening. Next week I'll be starting workouts on a Powerpull. You strap on a vest, and pull that behind you for sprints. A typical good workout is 4 sets of 4 reps of 40 meters, without about 45 seconds rest in between each rep, and about six minutes rest in between each set. It is a great way to train for power and speed.
The goal for me is to gain as much strength as possible while gaining little or no weight, so I'm not carrying bulk around the track for 400 meters.
It is going great, and I'm looking to make some good improvement in times this season.
I was stuck doing the ab ripper x workout today since I couldn't really squat or bend over.
I think I'm just going to stretch it out for the full 57 minutes tomorrow and take it a little easier in the videos. Been drinking an *** ton of water today and took some multivitamins to hopefully get this tightness to go away.
Every time I start a new workout after months off, I overdo it and hurt myself. Last time I pulled my bicep keeping up with regulars at the gym. Now, I pull my groin-ish doing P90X until I can hardly move.
Felt a lot better the past two weeks, Arms are looking good but havn't seen much growth in them lately. Just came back from a chest and back workout.
The hardest one is probably Plyometrics X, it really knocks you out the first time. Took me around an hour and a half the first time but the next one i was able to do it with them.
Keep up with the X though, its really good stuff.
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The Core video did a number on me. The squats did it.
just tried the Ab Ripper X and boy were you guys right...gonna skip the gym tonight in favor of going running with a friend. but dont worry any fat lost will be gained back in the form of beer tonight
I'm out in Clearwater which is right outside of the Tampa Bay area. The closest college to me is USF. They do have a Baseball program.
West Palm Beach is beautiful, I have a friend out there. It's about 4 hours from me.
Got Softball practice @9AM and then crashin on the couch and watchin Football for the rest of the day.
Hi-Intensity Yoga-30 minutes
600 push ups in 15 minutes
Shadow boxing over an hour(got really into it because of the Martinez/Williams fight where Martinez should of easily got the victory)
90 pull ups in 7 minutes
I got a lot of energy today, I ate really well...I'm going to finish it off with some plyo's and do 15 minute core training and call it a day. I'm preparing my whole body for this weeks workout..should be fun, lets see how it goes.