KICKER STRENGTH TRAINING PROGRAM

This workout program was designed to develop the physical attributes needed to excel as a kicker. You will see significant improvement in leg speed, balance, stability, core strength, alignment, flexibility and more. After performing this program on a consistent basis, you will develop better range and height on your kicks. You’ll also have more comfort in every day movements, better range of motion and an increase in overall strength.

Designed For

High school and college kickers with some strength training experience

Program Structure

4-Day/Week Workout Program that includes a combination of strength and stability exercises for lower body, upper body and core

Equipment Needed

  • Weight Bench
  • Dumbbells
  • Gym Equipment
    • Barbell Rack
    • Pullup Bar
    • Smith Machine
    • Cable Machine
    • Leg Extension Machine

WHAT YOU GET WITH THE KICKER STRENGTH TRAINING PROGRAM

Getting Started Overview

Detailed overview provides details on program structure, terms you'll need to know, how to pick your starting weights, track your progress and more.

Workout Blueprint

Workout blueprint outlines specific exercises to be performed, broken down by day, with details on sets, reps, tempos and rest periods for each exercise.

Exercise Library

Exercise library consists of an index of all exercises included in the workout with pictures and tutorials for each exercise.

GET IT NOW AND START TRAINING

Kicker Strength Training Program

$135

one-time purchase

 

WHAT KICKERS ARE SAYING ABOUT OUR STRENGTH TRAINING PROGRAM

“The training program was rigorous, however the results were fantastic as I was able to add more mass, flexibility, and faster twitch muscles to my body. This essentially played a large role in my overall success this season and moving forward.”

“Since starting this program, I’ve seen big developments in my muscular physique and strength. I’ve been happy to see the balls go farther due to this training. Every time I leave the gym I’m sweaty, exhausted and most importantly encouraged by my progress.”