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A Finisher

Drive Sled

100 Yards 5/10/15/20

A Finisher is a challenging exercise regime to be performed at the conclusion of a regular weight lifting session.  A finisher is usually short yet difficult and requires being in excellent physical shape.

Set 5 cones 5 yards apart.  At cone #1,#2, #3, #4 and #5 set a Jam Bag or bags based on the strength levels of the participants involved. Bags come in sizes of 25, 35, 50, 75 and 100 pounds. The goal will be to do 10 overhead presses stopping at each cone during the drill. For this drill you will also need a Speed Sled. This type of sled keeps the athlete in a low position similar to a bear crawl and requires an emphasis on leg drive.

Drill is Set With 5 Cones 5 Yards Apart

Begin at cone #1 by pushing the Speed Sled as quickly as possible 5 yards to cone#2 and quickly stand up, Jam Bag overhead press 10 repetitions, set down the bag, quickly Speed Sled back to cone #1 and do 10 Jam Bag presses. 

From Cone #1 after 10 presses Speed Sled to cone #3 and do 10 more overhead presses, Speed Sled quickly back to Cone #1 and press. This continues in the same fashion for cone #4 and #5.

Rogers Speed Sled

Rogers Athletic Jam Bags come in 25, 35, 50, 75 and 100 pound increments, a Great way to Finish and Get Strong 

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