Comprehensive Training Program for High School Athletes
Includes 8 Foundational Areas of Training

Bonus 12-Week Beginner's Foundational Cycle Program

Four Varsity Training Cycles Designed to fit the Academic and Athletic High School Schedule

Goals, Testing and Evaluation for each Phase of Training

Programming Designed for High School Facilities

Summer Conditioning Strategies

Team Finishers for Toughness and Cohesion

In-Season Training that Works
and bonus Tools of the Trade!
Training Templates to Help you Design your Own Program Based on W.I.N. Training Principles

Two, Three and Four Day a Week Training Formats

Templates to Fit Your Competitive Schedule

Strength and Power Templates

Speed, Agility and Conditioning Templates

Predicted Max Chart and Percentage Charts

Categorized Exercise Menus

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Comprehensive
12-Month Program

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  • Comprehensive Program Includes: 

    12 Week 8th Grader Beginner's Program
    12 Week Winter Program
    9 Week Varsity Spring Program
    7 Week Summer Program
    15 Week In-Season Program

    * Design Your Own Training Program: Everything you need to crate your own W.I.N. Training Program. Includes training templates for off-season and in-seaon training for 2, 3, or 4 days a week.
     

     

 
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"This annual training program is solid, with proven principles. Every effort was made to contextualize the program for the high school athlete, with appropriate exercise progressions, intensities and volume of work."

Coach Mike Gentry
USA Hall of Fame S&C Coach

 
About Coach Mike Gentry
Coach Mike Gentry was directly responsible for the Virginia Tech Strength and Conditioning Program during the entire Frank Beamer era, 1987-2015. For the last 25 years of the Beamer at Virginia Tech, the Hokies:

- Cumulatively Ranked #9 Nationally for Total Wins and Losses, 221-95-1

- Competed in 23 Consecutive Bowl Games during the period, the 2nd longest streak in the Nation
Doctorate of Education, Virginia Tech
USA Collegiate Strength and Conditioning Hall of Fame, 2011
National Coach of the Year, 2004
Master Strength and Conditioning Coaching Honor, Collegiate Strength and Conditioning Coaches Association (CSCCa)
Co-authored two strength and conditioning books: A Chance to Win and The Ultimate Guide to Physical Training for Football
Created the Athletic Performance Model at Virginia Tech with full-time Sports Nutrition and Sports Psychology areas within the Athletic Department
Now you can put this same system to work for your team.

Whether you follow the plan as a cookbook or a reference book, you're certain to benefit.

Developing your athletes is one of the utmost importance in high school athletics where recruiting is prohibited. Your strength and conditioning plan of attack needs to be just as sound as your offensive, defensive and special team's philosophy. Make sure that your athletes have the strength, power, and speed to carry out your strategies.

- Coach Mike Crist, Head High School Football Coach and S&C Coach
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"There is no question of the importance of strength and conditioning as an ingredient in our team success. We were fortunate to have Mike Gentry running our program."
Frank Beamer, Hall of Fame Head Football Coach, Virginia Tech
"I'm often asked what schools produce the strongest and fastest players...I never hesitate with my answer...Virginia Tech with Strength Coach Mike Gentry and Clemson with Strength Coach Joey Batson."
Coach Chip Smith, Chip Smith Performance Centers, 30 year trainer for NFL, MLB, and Olympic Athletes
"I wasn't that strong when I went to Virginia Tech, but I realized that training hard was important to staying injury free and developing as a player. I really exploded strength and speed wise under the direction of Mike Gentry. In two years my bench press improved 50 pounds and I squatted 515. Also my vertical leap improved from 31.5" to 41", and my 40 time went from 4.42 to 4.35, while training 1 pounds of body weight."
Michael Vick, #1 Pick in the NFL and All Pro Quarterback
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