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It works out very well for us. During the summer program, we like to get outside and work on flexibility. I like to run the dot drill. We do a lot of jumping rope to develop our flexibility. When it comes time for the two-a-days, our kids know where they should be as far as conditioning is concerned. I have been at St. Henry High School 12 years, and they know what we expect out of them. We get a lot out of our winter and summer conditioning programs. They are ready to play football come August.
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