Team MuscleTech® strength and conditioning coach, Marc Megna knows what it takes to play in the pros. After a successful college career at a Division 1 school, Megna got drafted in 1999 and then played with Cincinnati and then New England. After a back injury side-lined him, he decided to get into performance coaching.
His passion and specialty is preparing young athletes for the combine: an annual, week-long event providing college football athletes the opportunity to display their talent in front of pro coaches, managers, and scouts. This is one of the most important moments in a young athlete’s life, so they need to be in top shape in order to get noticed. The following training program is an example of a plan that Megna would use to get one of his very own athletes ready for this vital event.
*Perform each of the following workouts once per week and rest at least one day in-between each session.
|Bench Press||5 sets||3 reps|
|Seated Cable Row||4 sets||10 reps|
|Close-Grip Bench Press||4 sets||10 reps|
|Bent-over Row||3 sets||10 reps|
|Dumbbell Triceps Extension||3 sets||12 reps|
|Speed Squat||10 sets||2 reps|
|Good Morning||4 sets||8 reps|
|Glute Raise||3 sets||5 reps|
|Back Extension||4 sets||10 reps|
|Hamstring Curl||4 sets||10 reps|
|Speed Bench Press||10 sets||3 reps|
|Rear-Delt Fly||4 sets||15 reps|
|Incline Press||4 sets||10 reps|
|Triceps Extension||4 sets||12 reps|
|One-Arm Row||4 sets||10 reps|