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2020 Football & Track and Field Athlete Kalil Branham is Fast! Presented on US Sports Net By StrengthCoach!

Published on 4/17/2019
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    WR, QB

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    6'1" 202lbs

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Ohio Middle School Record Holder 200H. 3 Sport Varsity lettermen 1st Team All League 200m, 400m, 1st Team All Central District 4x200, 400m 1st Team All Region 400m USATF State Champ 200m 400m 110h Hudl Profile


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Recommended Article: "Field and Court Sport Training from a Track Coach's Perspective: The Phosphagen System"


Rob Assise

Rob Assise

Rob Assise is a mathematics teacher and track coach at Homewood-Flossmoor High School. He also has experience coaching football and cross country. He can be reached via e-mail at or Twitter @HFJumps.


Part of being an effective track and field coach is constructing training for athletes that's designed to address the demands of their events. Over the years, I've developed relationships with numerous coaches from a wide variety of sports.  I'm alarmed by the high percentage of coaches who don't design training based on the demands of their sport.  While there are track coaches who fall into this category, the percentage of field and court (FC) coaches (particularly soccer, football, and basketball) is substantially higher.

When I talk to these coaches, they throw around terms like an athlete has great “game speed” or is “football fast.”  When asked to explain how their training addresses these phrases, they dance around the question and often give an unsatisfactory answer.

Hamstring injuries are probably the most troubling of all typical track and field injuries.... keep reading


I work with a great number of athletes from a wide range of disciplines and backgrounds.  One thing I can say without question is that ALL of them in one-way or another are in search of more Spee... keep reading

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