Did a Lack of Grip Strength Break Joe Theisman’s Leg?
Grip Strength for Linemen
Did you know that a Lack of Grip Strength is heavily to blame for Joe Theisman’s career ending due to a blind tackle by Lawrence Taylor?
Don Warren, Tight End for the Washington Redskins, was the man with the assignment to keep Taylor at bay on that one, fateful play.
Had he been able to get a secure grip at the line of scrimmage, things could have gone much differently for Theisman,
but because Warren did not secure his grip in “the Fit,” Taylor came crashing down on the QB, and Theisman’s hopes for a lengthy career came crashing down as well.
This is one of the most often replayed video clips in sports, because it resulted in such a horrible injury.
Naturally, injuries like this don’t happen every time a Lineman or Tight End can’t control their opponent on the other team.
But until Grip Training is taken as seriously as footwork drills and conditioning in football, you can bet that many more Line Backers will be busting through the line, sacking Quarterbacks, and making tackles behind the line of scrimmage.
For the coaches and players who are ready to make a difference in the control they and their linemen have on the field, I present my latest product, Grip Strength Training for Linemen.
The Grip Strength Training for Linemen ebook is available on Kindle for $9.99.
Training your Grip seriously is NOT just for Grip Enthusiasts looking to perform feats of strength or compete in contests.
Grip is serious for ALL Athletes.
Football players and Coaches – you can begin training your grip THE RIGHT WAY with this ebook: Grip Strength Training for Linemen
All the best in your training,
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