Category Archives: Keith Enderlein Blog

After the first day training at Waxman’s gym I was feeling pretty tight in the right hip flexor but after some breath work and stretching it felt great for day number two.  I drove from Irvine after training the NFL … Continue reading

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Today was my first official day training at Waxman’s gym.  I will get into the reasoning behind driving out of my way to train over there at a later date but the short and sweet version is that Sean is … Continue reading

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Football season is coming to its final weeks of the post-season and it is time for athletes to start thinking about training for next season.  You see a lot of questions on this forum asking how to increase speed in … Continue reading

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Physical Preparation: What does it mean? If you have been following End Line Training Systems you have probably heard the term Physical Preparation or Physical Preparation Coach by now but might not be sure what it means.  The term is … Continue reading

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Speed Truths 1. Speed kills. This is true. 2. Speed cannot be trained. This is not true. Hopefully I have made some kid out there very happy by saying this. So why do some many people think that speed cannot … Continue reading

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10 Strength Basics for Athletes This isn’t meant to be an all encompassing list; just some thoughts off the cuff. 1. Focus on strength. It doesn’t matter if you are lifting 3 reps of 15 reps, you need to be … Continue reading

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10 Things Athletes Need to Do! 1. Sprint. Full speed sprints from the get go! Don’t worry about jogging for miles and miles to get “in shape.” For some reason every athlete jogs but not every athlete sprints. Sports require … Continue reading

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  Redshirt/Developmental Training Every year swarms of freshmen join the ranks of the elite and become college football players but rarely do those freshmen become All-Americans.  Odds are, actually, they never see the field their first year and their coach … Continue reading

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This might be the most nut hugging post ever written but maybe some young athlete will see it and get to reap all the benefits I wish I would’ve had at my fingertips when I was their age. If you … Continue reading

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Football “Conditioning”             Conditioning for football, and most team sports, is based on the old school way of thinking-run them to the ground- which has no real scientific logic to justify its methods.  Coaches know running players till they want to puke … Continue reading

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