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    john lott

    Watch the video and see guys 1/4-1/2 squatting 205lbs+.

    http://www.azcardinals.com/news/detail.php?PRKey=1606

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    Didn't Lott take over in Cleveland after Buddy Morris left the Browns? It seems like there is such a quick turnover in the league with strength coaches.

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    Quote Originally Posted by twhite03
    Didn't Lott take over in Cleveland after Buddy Morris left the Browns? It seems like there is such a quick turnover in the league with strength coaches.

    i have been knowing coach lott since he was at u of h back in the 90's then he went to jets/browns/now cardinals. he is the guy you see on nfl network screaming at the combine guys during the 225rep test. he also train the santa monica track guys.

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    Ya I thought that might have been him, how do you think he stacks up against other NFL strength coaches. From the video he looks to be doing some things right

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    Quote Originally Posted by twhite03
    Ya I thought that might have been him, how do you think he stacks up against other NFL strength coaches. From the video he looks to be doing some things right

    well anyone who performs the ol's thats a start, and he is not like most pro strength coaches who like to change stuff when guys get at that level. the guys who keep training the way they did in college are the ones that are successful for long time periods.

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    Ya it's strange, there is very little information or even worse, misinformation, on what NFL strength and conditioning programs look like. It seems to me that the general consensus by many is that most of the NFL is using inferior protocols. However, Charlie contradicted that when he said that most of the teams have good programs (he also emphasized that the Rams have a great program). I would think that most teams would use free weights and the OL's.

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    Quote Originally Posted by twhite03
    Ya it's strange, there is very little information or even worse, misinformation, on what NFL strength and conditioning programs look like. It seems to me that the general consensus by many is that most of the NFL is using inferior protocols. However, Charlie contradicted that when he said that most of the teams have good programs (he also emphasized that the Rams have a great program). I would think that most teams would use free weights and the OL's.
    i agree the rams program is very good i have some of there stuff around here. most pro teams dont do ol's bc of safety etc, the teams that perform the core lifts are usually the better teams and teams like the texans, redskins programs suck.

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    What do the Rams do? OL based program?

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    Quote Originally Posted by twhite03
    What do the Rams do? OL based program?

    ol's:
    pc
    snatches
    hang cleans

    they follow a base periodization:
    high volume on the core lifts for example 7x6-8 then gradually shift to someting like 6-5-3-3-3.

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    That looks like a pretty good set up, I've always wondered what most of the league does for speed work. I would assume that most teams do a lot of work in the 75-95% area.

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