The Tim Tebow training plan can help you become a virtual juggernaut on the football field.
Timothy “Tim” Richard Tebow was born August 14, 1987 and has been a national phenomenon in professional football for hit late game heroics and ability to continually defy the odds. A left-handed quarterback who led Nease High School in Ponte Vedra Beach to a state title, he helped the University of Florida win two national championships in 2006-09. He was the first sophomore to win the Heisman Trophy as the top college player in 2007. That season he became the only Division I player ever to rush and pass for at least 20 touchdowns in the same season (32 passing, 23 rushing). He went on to set the career record for rushing touchdowns by a quarterback with 61. Tebow a first-round draft pick of the Broncos, the 25th overall selection in 2010. In 2011, the Broncos were 1-4 when he took the starting job from Kyle Orton and led them to seven wins in the final eleven games and the AFC West title. Then he shredded the top-ranked Pittsburgh Steelers defense in the opening round of the playoffs to propel him team to yet another unlikely victory. Quite simply, a legend was born and Tebowmania gripped the nation!
So how does one transform his body to become a force on the gridiron? Here’s a detailed look at the Tim Tebow training program. It’s a challenging circuit program. Perform it three times in a workout, taking one minute rests between each round of exercises.
1) Lateral Rapid Response Drill – In an athletic stance, move laterally back and forth as quickly as possible, going fifteen yards in each direction. Complete ten times in each direction. 2) Sled Drives – Place hands on a weighted sled and body at a 45-degree angle, then explode forward into a sprint pushing the sled for twenty yards. Keep your head up, hips low and your back flat. Perform twice in each circuit. 3) Vertical Barbell Complex – A challenging barbell circuit. Use a light weight that allows you the ability to use proper form and to perform six reps of each of the following: Low Row, Back Squat, Push Press, Clean High Pull, Deadlift 4) Drop and Sprint Forward QB Agility Drill – Set up five agility bags, two yards apart in a straight line. Starting from first bag, execute a QB drop-step backwards, then sprint forward, shuffling around each bag. Repeat five times. 5) Tire Pull with Sledgehammers – Grasp the ends of sledgehammers and explosively backpedal pulling the tire for twenty yards and keeping your arms fully extended.