Saturday High School Group Training (Session 2)

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Power 5 Football Training for grades 8th through 12th on Saturday at Oakland Yard. This is a 2-hour training that will cover our Explosive Performance Training, Positional Training, and Competition Dills.

This package will cover all the Saturday training dates in Session 2 and includes a 12% discount.

Session 2

2/6/2021  Saturday  2:00 – 4:00 PM (South Dome)

2/13/2021  Off

2/20/2021  Saturday  2:00 – 4:00 PM (South Dome)

2/27/2021  Saturday  2:00 – 4:00 PM (South Dome)

3/6/2021  Saturday  2:00 – 4:00 PM (South Dome)

3/13/2021  Saturday  2:00 – 4:00 PM (South Dome)

3/20/2021  Saturday  8:00 – 10:00 AM (South Dome)

3/27/2021  Saturday  10:00 AM – 12:00 PM (South Dome)

4/3/2021  Saturday  8:00 AM – 10:00 AM (South Dome)

4/10/2021  Saturday  12:00  – 2:00 PM (South Dome)

Power 5 Football is a one-stop-shop off-season training program, helping high school athletes prepare for all areas of the college evaluation process. Our program will help you go into a college 1-day camp with confidence and be well prepared to perform your best.

Our off-season program for high school and youth football players offer the following:

  • Explosive Performance Training – Improve speed, quickness, and strength. The most important part of an off-season program. Every college coach wants explosive speed out of the athletes they recruit. (Athlete’s Edge – 25-Year track record)
  • Football Combine Stations – Learn proven techniques to test well and dominate a college 1-day camp. Do you know the 7 steps to run your fastest 40 Time? We do and we will teach you how to run your fastest 40 Time, shuttle, and 3-cone drill.
  • Football Fundamentals – Become a polished player at the position you play
  • 7v7 Regional Football Team – Compete in 3-4 Regional Tournaments for maximum exposure
  • Recruiting – We help educate you on the process and develop an individual Game Plan to improve your recruiting situation. No one in the state has more of a proven track record of helping high school athletes get scholarships.