Game Fit is a 4-week stamina program that uses professional level training to get you into the best shape of your life. These exact workouts and routines were used by professional level players and coaches to prepare for upcoming seasons.
The program is broken down into 4 different workouts a week for 4 unique weeks (16 completely unique workouts).
Day 1: HIIT without the Ball
Day 2: Short HIIT with the Ball
Day 3: Steady State Cardio without the Ball
Day 4: Long HIIT with the Ball
50+ unique exercises and drills
Full drill description
The best of the best. I am a 19 yo and live in Honduras a country without opportunities, so having this program and having the chance to become elite is the best sensation.
Hi Matt, I have a question
Can this program be adapted to women? For example, do we need to keep the same rest time and reps?
Yeah, definitely. All players are encouraged to adapt the speed/times they perform all of the exercises and drills to their level. All the times for the exercises in the program are my times when I did the program!
*This is just nitpicking and the product itself is great even if only with text/diagram content.*
At this price, it's hard to complain(and really all your books are fairly priced so I shouldn't complain about any of them but I will anyways .-.) but I feel like there should be a video even if it increases the minimum cost of a program(you can work around that with a separate purchase for the video)
Id pay at least another $20-$30 for a video demonstration of everything, if well done, in order and voiced, timed, etc so I can follow along with the video or even just by audio if I've memorized the drills but need the audio queues for when a drill ends or when to switch drills or rest, or when the resting period is over or what the next drill is, etc.
With the amount of stuff in the program, I get it increases the production value greatly to make a video of so much content, so you could make it a separate purchase so as to not price out people. I appreciate the consideration.
This is just nitpicking and the product itself is great even if only with text/diagram content. Its just simpler to get into with video demo.