How to stay in shape for the 2018 NFL season
A few weeks ago, I wrote about the importance of staying in shape to keep yourself in the game.
Well, it looks like the NFL is starting to pay attention, and they are starting to offer some great workout options for players who are starting out.
Here is the list of workout options available this year.
You can find the workouts at the bottom of the page.1.
High Kettlebell Routine with High-Speed Kettle bell exercises and kettlebell swings: This routine features a kettlebell swing that includes a series of high-speed movements that allow for a very explosive workout.
The exercises include:1.
Swing Drill: A single kettlebell is used to hold the weight on your back while swinging it around.2.
Swing Swing: A second kettlebell will be used to create a swinging motion by rotating it around to the other side of the kettlebell.3.
Swing-Back Drill: Perform a swing drill on the front of your lower back while performing a series and then backswing to the same side of your kettlebell using your hips and a rearward lunge.4.
Low Kettle-bell Kettleball: This exercise is a low-impact drill that focuses on a single kettle bell in the front and a single high-velocity kettlebell in the back.
It works both the low and high Kettle bells, and can also be performed by adding kettlebells to a normal barbell workout.5.
Low-Kettle-Bell Kettle Ball: This drill is similar to the Low-Ball Drill but involves the kettle bell swing being performed in the same position.
It involves two kettlebell exercises: one low-K and one high-K.
It’s an easy exercise to perform for any body type.6.
High-Kelby Swing Drill with High Speed Kettle swings: This workout utilizes the swing and kettle bell swings in a similar manner to the Swing Drill.
The movements are performed by pulling the kettle bells and then pivoting the kettle on its back and back, rotating the kettle in a circle, and performing a lunge on the kettle to the backswing.
Swing Ball Drill with Swing Swing exercise: This is a very simple exercise that is performed in a swing position with the kettle as the center of gravity.
You are holding a kettle bell on the hips, and using your arms to rotate the kettle at a 90-degree angle.
It is a great exercise for any athlete who has trouble maintaining a stable position with their lower body.8.
High School Ball Drill: This high school drill is performed by throwing a kettle ball in the air.
You should start by throwing the kettle ball at the same height as you are standing and then slowly lower the kettle until it hits the ground.9.
High Kick Drill: If you are looking to increase your lower body explosiveness, this drill will do just that.
You must perform a kick and then drop the kettle back onto the ground, then perform a pushup.10.
Low Kick Drill with Low-velo Kick Drill (LKP): This drill requires the kettleball to be dropped down on its side.
You will then be able to perform the pushup and backswing with the same leg.
Low Ball Drill (LP): This low-velometer drill is a variation of the high-ball drill.
You throw the kettle and then swing it around, then drop it on the ground and then spin it.12.
Kettle ball drill with LKP: This lowball drill is done by putting the kettle down on a bar with a barbell on top.
You then throw it at a 45-degree circle.
K-bell drill with K-Ball: This K-ball drills consists of a kettle, kettlebell, and a ball.
You’ll throw the ball in a straight line and then turn the kettle around and throw the other ball.
Knee Roll with Knee roll exercise: You’ll have to stand on the floor and perform a knee roll.
Then, throw the knee roll over the top of the ground while using the other hand to support yourself.
Kneeling Barbell Roll with Barbell roll exercise (BSW): This is an exercise that requires the athlete to stand up on a flat surface.
The athlete will place a bar on the side of their body, then place the bar on top of that bar.
The weight will be placed on the bar’s end while keeping the arms parallel to the floor.
This exercise also requires the athletes feet to be parallel to their body.
Kebab Roll with Kabab Roll exercise (KBR): This exercise requires the weight to be placed over the bottom bar.
It requires the body to bend over and place the weight over the bar, keeping the knees bent at the hips and keeping the body in a neutral position.
This drill also requires athletes to have a neutral stance with