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WAFL Strength & Conditioning Program

Athletes often neglect their strength component of training and focus heavily on the skills component, which is very necessary. However, a lack of personalised strength training causes a decline in speed & power, which is a key factor in sporting success.

Corey’s WAFL programs aim to increase maximum strength and power while working on key mobility areas that footballers generally struggle with (Hamstrings, quads, calves & hips).

The programs will build a solid foundation as you progress throughout the season; reaching your true strength and power potential will require years of hard work and consistency, but you may as well get the right information and start now! 

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