NFL COMBINE – 8-Week Program
With our proven training methodology, Parisi Training Systems has produced more top combine ranking athletes than any other organization. Our 30+ years of experience at Combine training facilities across the country has produced over 135 NFL Draft Picks, of which 20 athletes ran in the 4.3 or better!
*Limited to 15 Spots*
Dates: December 13th – February 2nd
Days: Tuesday & Thursday
Time: 8:00-9:30 pm
With access to the 5-Star Combine Training 8-Week Program, you’ll gain exclusive insights not provided by other programs, such as:
- The one technique that helped Blidi Wreh-Wilson improve his 40-Yard Dash from 4.53 to 4.38
- How Buster Skrine improved his 5-10-5 agility score to a blazing 3.90
- The powerful secret that helped Jets Linebacker, Demario Davis, increase his vertical jump
- … AND MUCH MORE!
We’ve Trained Some of the Best!
Pre & Post Evaluation
Our state-of-the-art facility and equipment including the Sparta Force Plate & Zybek Lasers and evaluation enable us to tailor an athlete’s program to meet his unique needs. Specific upper and lower body, front and back strength tests discover any muscular imbalances, which may have resulted from prior training habits or injuries. Performed by our staff of expert Parisi trainers and board-certified physical therapists, our ability to identify and address an athlete’s specific weaknesses has been proven to enhance results dramatically.
40 Yard Dash
In an actual game are offensive linemen ever asked to run straight ahead for 40 yards without getting touched? Not too often, however, the 40 remains the highlight of the combine regardless of position. The 40 is actually comprised of several different phases; the stance, start, first step, acceleration, maximal velocity, and the finish. Each phase must be perfected to obtain optimal results, and as every phase is mastered, there exist opportunities to lower one’s time.
40 times are split into 10 and 20 times as well, and all three appear on the final report. (A disaster here cannot be salvaged by success in the other events.)
225 Pound Bench press
The real measure of a football player’s functional playing strength? No. But it’s what they test so you better get it right. Maximizing one’s bench not only requires strength but meticulous technique. We analyze each athlete for maximum strength and repetition endurance ability in order to design the optimal approach for improvement. (For every athlete there is some real room for improvement here, don’t let the opportunity pass you by.)
Yes, we are talking about the NFL, not the NBA but this is another critical test, as it is believed to measure an athlete’s “explosiveness. The test is a coordinated skill involving a rapid exchange between eccentric and concentric actions culminating with an accurate touch for maximum height. Proper foot and arm placement and timing body decent are the keys to a good jump. Our athletes learn a specific stretch, which is good for a 1-2 inch improvement from the get-go! (This event is commonly under-trained, but is one where proper technique and practice can really make a difference.)
Another event is thought to be a measure of an athlete’s explosive power. Here again, technique reigns supreme. Athletes will learn proper stance, arm swing, weight shift flight mechanics, and landing techniques to maximize distance. (Another event that is overlooked, under-trained, and a great opportunity for improvement.)
Pro-Agility Shuttle (5/10/5)
There are a few teams that view this event as more important than the 40 as it is more reflective of the lateral movement critical to the game. Here practice, coupled with proper technique, makes perfect. Athletes will learn optimal start position, proper lateral movement mechanics, change-of-direction, and finish techniques. (Practice and the proper equipment really pay off here.)
3 Cone Drill
A relative newcomer to the combine replacing the old 4-cone or box agility drill, this event also has its admirers. By far the most complicated drill; proper execution is the key to a good time. Athletes again learn optimal start position, change-of-direction, touch, and finish techniques. (If you do not practice this drill you are doomed to a poor score.)
Sprint Technique Training
This is the area where we first made a name for ourselves. It is possible to improve one’s 40-yard dash time. Working on the proper stance, first-step technique, acceleration, maximum velocity mechanics, as well as methods for improving speed endurance can all be a factor.
Flexibility is one of the most overlooked components of training the athlete. The Parisi program places special focus on flexibility as we recognize the dramatic effects it can have on performance and its importance in reducing muscle soreness. Our Combine specialists are certified by the International Institute of Flexibility Sciences. These PNF (Proprioceptive Neuromuscular Facilitation) stretching techniques have been performed on hundreds of Olympic sprinters and NFL players and are widely regarded to be at the forefront of flexibility training.
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