ADVANCED TRAINING FOR ELITE LINEMEN
Even the best high school strength program will fall short of developing elite athletes. The reality is, a high school strength program is not designed to make above average players elite. Instead, it is designed to improve the performance of the entire team - which by default is made up of primarily average players.
For advanced athletes, these training programs often lack adequate amounts of stress, specificity, and personalization.
This is why elite players at the high school level seek out additional training in the off-season.
DEVELOPING THE PROTOTYPE LINEMAN
All offensive and defensive linemen have one thing in common. They are strong, fast, athletic, and can bend well and move in space.
Gone are the days of slow, oversized linemen. College coaches are looking for lean and athletic, not big and slow high school linemen. A 6' 3" 250 pound explosive linemen is more attractive than a 6' 5" 310 pound lineman that can't move. Simply put size is easier to develop than athleticism and explosive ability.
These attributes must be developed in the off-season, and attention to detail must be placed on proper training methods, nutrition, mental toughness and goal setting to be successful.
MEET YOUR STRENGTH STAFF
Head Coach Tyrel Detweiler
Doctor of Chiropractic
Masters of Science, Sports Rehab
NSCA Certified Strength and Conditioning Specialist (CSCS)
As a former D1 Offensive Lineman at The University of Iowa, Former Team Chiropractor at the University of Memphis, and a certified strength and conditioning coach, Head Coach Tyrel Detweiler has both extensive and broad knowledge on football training, strength training, and injury prevention.
Coach Detweiler's Experience
The University of Iowa
Assistant Offensive Line Coach
Williamsburg High School
Sports Medicine Team Member
Doctorate of Chiropractic &
Master's of Science in Sports Rehabilitation
The University of Memphis
Founded The OH Line Academy