5 Off-Season Training Mistakes That Are Keeping Your Athletes Slow, Small, and Weak [e-Book]


Slow. Small. Weak. Three words you never want to utter when talking about your team. 

If speed is king, then strength is queen and size is the spoiled prince. This trifecta is like the royal flush of on-field performance.


If you can build a team that's faster, stronger, and bigger than the competition do you think you'll be better or worse off when it comes to game day? 


We connected with Andy Baker, a 15-year S&C vet and co-author of the best selling book Practical Programming for Strength Training, to learn common off-season training mistakes that are keeping your athletes slow, small, and weak. Download this free ebook today and avoid these all too common training pitfalls.

Click here to download the book.

In this free book you'll learn:

  • The downside of replicating popular programs you see online
  • How to leverage proper exercise selection for faster and safer gains
  • Why trying to sport specific in the weight room is a waste of time
  • Why bodybuilding splits are detrimental to on-field performance
  • And why running your team to death is killing their gains


About The Author: Andy Bakerandy-baker.jpg

With over 15 years of dedicated experience as a personal trainer and strength coach, Andy Baker is one of the most sought after strength and fitness experts in the industry. Andy is a certified Starting Strength Coach, and owner of Kingwood Strength and Conditioning, a Starting Strength Certified Gym.

Andy is the co-author of Practical Programming for Strength Training, and The Barbell Prescription.

Andy has provided strength & conditioning coaching to hundreds of elite athletes, as well as high achieving adult fitness clients who want to change their lives through his methods. Andy writes regularly on his website, AndyBaker.com, and the TrainHeroic blog.

About The Author

Colby Knepp is the man behind the Marketing at TrainHeroic. He's also a husband, father, strength coach, former rugby athlete and life-long learner. Colby is a big fan of a Moscow mules, ass-to-grass squats and Korean BBQ.