FULL FORCE TRAINING
Crossfire Players Add 10 lbs. of Soccer Muscle
While They Get Quicker and Faster at the Same Time
2 Crossfire Players Who Trained in the Full Force Training Program This Summer
Were Called into the U-17 National Team This Fall!
I added 10.5 pounds of soccer muscle in 8 weeks in the Full Force Training Program. My speed also improved, equivalent to being three feet faster over my first 10 yards and 13 feet faster over 40 yards. By training at Force 10 in the summer off-season I met all my goals to get bigger, stronger and faster so I would be called into the U17 National Team in the fall.
My strength and power tests improved by an average of 47% from training in the Full Force Program. I definitely got bigger, stronger, more powerful and faster at Force 10. Then I was called into the U17 National Team.
Full Force Training Programs are specifically designed for soccer players who want to gain substantial size, strength and power, while also dramatically improving their athleticism at the same time. Full Force Training (FFT) is typically an off-season program, but can be done in-season. FFT combines leading – edge training in all 10 elements of athletic performance with optimal nutrition.
Full Force Training typically results in significant changes in body composition. Males frequently gain 10 lbs. of athletic lean body mass, while females generally reduce body fat, become stronger, and add appropriate athletic muscle if desired.
Most Crossfire players say they get enough quality practice time, coaching and competition, but admit that if their bodies and athleticism don’t change, they won’t be able to play and compete at their highest level. In the Full Force program athletes are typically fully committed to training five times per week for two hours per day over a ten-week period in order to achieve the body composition and athletic performance results they need to compete at their highest level.
FULL FORCE PROGRAM QUESTIONS
What is Force 10’s Full Force Training Philosophy?
How often does an athlete train in the Full Force Program?
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Is it true athletes who need and want to gain athletic muscle typically experience great result on the Full Force Program?
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Is Full Force training affordable for most athletes?
The Full Force Program costs only $149.50 per week for 10 hours of world-class training (plus nutrition cost and taxes).
Because nutrition is as important as physical training, each athlete receives all-natural fuel and supplements 3 times during each Full Force training session. The cost for all-natural fuel and supplements varies depending on the individual athlete, however, an appropriate budget is typically approximately $12 per training day. Exact nutrition costs are determined during the pre-program assessment.
Full Force Training for less than $15 an hour!
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