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spAtt 05-29-2012 11:36 AM

Starting my first season in college football.
 
Not sure if this is the right thread for this to be in but was wondering what you guys think and if you can give my some pointers. =P

So at my school [url=http://www.faulknereagles.com/sport/0/4.php]Faulkner University Athletics - Football[/url] I will be a sophomore trying out for my first season, I played my freshman year on the schools soccer team as a keeper and enjoyed but wanted to get back into football, I hadn't played football since 8th grade sadly. When we moved from MD to AL my school didn't have a team only soccer. So this summer I have been training I would like to be a fullback or a tightend(although i am only 5'11" 220.lbs) but the team runs the spread offence so I don't believe they run a FB. So If you guys know some good sites that I could read on and some other ways to train that would be greatly appreciated!

Thanks and HTTR!!!

jamf 05-29-2012 12:28 PM

Re: Starting my first season in college football.
 
That is great.
I don't have anything helpful but wanted to say stick with it.
Good Luck!

spAtt 05-29-2012 12:56 PM

Re: Starting my first season in college football.
 
[quote=jamf;918965]That is great.
I don't have anything helpful but wanted to say stick with it.
Good Luck![/quote]

Appreciated man! Maybe after the season I can get some video and upload it! lol
I hoping to get Sean taylors old number 36 =P

NC_Skins 05-29-2012 01:35 PM

Re: Starting my first season in college football.
 
Good luck bro.


How fast are you? 5'11 at 220 mostly implies either you are slightly overweight or built like brick house.


What kind of training are you doing? Sprints? Plyometrics? Weights? Box jumping? Ankle flops?

spAtt 05-29-2012 02:49 PM

Re: Starting my first season in college football.
 
Right now my 40 is at 4.9 - 5.0 but right I am doing the sprints the team gave as a summer work out with my parachute, so I can feel I am getting a little faster, but yes, I lift weights with a group of guys 4 days a week and do Plyometrics 2 days and sprints another 2 days. From soccer my legs are no issue with squats and stuff, however my bench isnt as good as I want, but my goal by the end of the summer is to be around 250. Now my school plays in NAIA so we aren't playing any Auburns or Alabamas but the school are very talented. But NC i feel I am kinda in between the brick house and slightly overweight, its more I need to gain muscle!

Hog1 05-29-2012 05:16 PM

Re: Starting my first season in college football.
 
1) Kick some ass!
2) Kick more ass!
3) Keep your head down
4) Keep your legs crossed
5) Exercise caution if participating in the school "Bounty program"......
6) Good Luck, and keep us informed of your progress!

spAtt 05-29-2012 05:25 PM

Re: Starting my first season in college football.
 
[quote=Hog1;919031]1) Kick some ass!
2) Kick more ass!
3) Keep your head down
4) Keep your legs crossed
5) Exercise caution if participating in the school "Bounty program"......
6) Good Luck, and keep us informed of your progress![/quote]

Lol yes #5 I willl do my best to not be involved with that in any way! haha But will do!


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