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Tim Tebow once engineered spectacular fourth-quarter comebacks, and Centennial's star swimmer Missy Franklin has her eyes set on the Olympic podium. What do these superstars have in common? The man who drills, pushes, and whips them into shape. (5280: The Denver Magazine)
...[A]n incredible read that provides inside information like no other. Landow and Klis talk about workouts with Tebow, the major role that Brady Quinn had in leading this team through the off season, and what it took to run a sort of grassroots workout program for a professional team. Included in the book are also tips for minimizing injury and motivational strategies that can be applied to any sport.
(Predominantly Orange blog)
Loren Landow has trained more than four hundred professional athletes (including seventeen NFL All-Pros) in numerous sports to maximize their athletic potential while reducing their risk of injury. In addition, Landow serves as a consultant for several professional organizations and serves on the S.P.E.E.D. advisory counsel, a position reserved for the top performance coaches in the country. Landow was also named performance coach for Shane Carwin's team on the upcoming season of The Ultimate Fighter, airing on FX beginning in September 2012. He lives in Aurora, Colorado.
Mike Klis covers the Denver Broncos for the Denver Post and was one of the few reporters allowed into Landow’s off-season training sessions. He was also named the 2012 Colorado Sportswriter of the year by the National Sportscasters and Sportswriters Association (NSSA).
Not as much hoopla and more of the day to day workings of what the Broncos have been doing to try to climb back up
to the team they once were. Read more
I've been on Amazon for many many years, I have purchased probably hundreds of books and other items, and this is the first time I've taken the time to write a review. Read morePublished on December 19, 2012 by Brad Johnston
I, who knew next to nothing about football, now understand the sacrifices and hard work i.e. training that goes into building a team. Read morePublished on December 7, 2012 by Barbara