This is just a quick look at the Tim Tebow Workout in the offseason.
Tebow’s metabolic conditioning circuit included the following exercises:
Rapid Response Drills: Tebow performs several quick feet drills over a distance of 15 yards per variation
Vertical Set Circuit: Using a barbell, Tebow performs a Clean High Pull, RDL, Low Row, Back Squat and Push Press
Sled Drives: Tebow stays low and pushes the sled for 20 yards
Explosive Bosu Push-Up: Adds an upper-body power element to the circuit
Sledgehammer Tire Pulls: Using the sledgehammers allows Tebow to stay upright and maintain proper body position when pulling the tire
Lateral Quick Feet Ladder Drill: Improves footwork while Tebow is under fatigue
Drop and Sprint Bag Drill: Adds a QB-specific movement to the conditioning circuit
After completing the conditioning circuit, Tebow performs a strength workout using the following exercises:
Incline Tsuki Dumbbell Press: Strengthens the chest, shoulders and triceps; Tebow rotates his palms inward as he lowers the dumbbells to his chest
Batwing Dumbbell Row: Lying face down on incline bench, Tebow pulls the dumbbells up while retracting his shoulder blades, holds for one count, and lowers the dumbbells to start position
Lumberjack Press: Grasping the end of the barbell with one hand, Tebow presses the barbell out and in front of his body
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As you can hear Tim and his coach say, he wants to push himself to the brink in practice so the games seem easy by comparison. This is why last year in Dever he seemed to get stronger as the game went on, and as the defenses tired out. Tim’s workout is about pushing himself to the absolute limit. Now I do think trying to puke during training is a bit extreme, but then so is being an NFL QB. And now that he is a punt protector as well, he gets to hit some people finally. The one thing about the video that I found funny was the girl starting in the window watching Tim workout. Oh well, I guess that is the price of fame.