When it comes to young athletes, you want to keep their workouts as engaging as possible so they don’t get bored. An easy way to do this is to vary the amount of reps and sets of each exercise. You also can rotate accessory exercises so that each workout has a different feel to it. Finally, get creative with your finishers and conditioning. This will not only improve your cardio but it also will give you a challenge at the end of each workout.
“To make this easy, create a list of movements that you would like to utilize that complement the bigger lifts. Once you have your list, rotate your exercises on a weekly or bi-weekly basis. For example, to train anti-extension, I might choose a TRX Tall Kneeling Fall-out one week and a Slide Body Saw the next.”