Football Linemen, Improve Explosive Football Power at Contact with the “Hulk Up” Technique Presented by Dr. Donald Chu PhD (PT, ATC, CSCS) Sports Performance Enhancement Specialist for the Football Safety Academy
Sports Performance Enhancement Specialist Dr. Donald Chu PhD (PT, ATC, CSCS) announces the Football Safety Academy’s “Hulk Up” technique enhances a lineman’s explosive power at the moment of contact because the “Hulk Up” technique anatomically improves the transfer of the ground based power through the lineman’s hands and/or shoulder pads. The “Hulk Up” technique is safe and can be effectively utilized by linemen on both offense and defense to play better and safer football.
Reducing Football Related Injuries to the Neck and Spine, Presented by the Football Safety Academy Advisor, Dr. Jason Moore DC, Upper Cervical Specialist
The Football Safety Academy’s Advisor and Upper Cervical Specialist Dr. Jason Moore support the “Hulk Up” technique in protecting young athletes from critical injury to their neck and spine. Introduced by the Football Safety Academy, the “Hulk Up” technique aids in protecting the neck from whiplash and concussive injury by distributing the impact force into the safety pads, protecting the spine and central nervous system during football impact.
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Reduce Football Head and Neck Injuries, Concussions and Sub-Concussive Impacts with the “Hulk Up” Technique a New Football Safety Concept Presented by the Football Safety Academy
The Football Safety Academy, in an effort to reduce football head and neck injuries, concussions and sub-concussive impacts is introducing a new football safety concept for impact protection called the “Hulk Up” technique. The “Hulk Up” technique is simple and can be utilized in every instructional phase of football contact including tackling. The “Hulk Up” technique has reduced football head and neck injuries, concussions and sub-concussive impacts while increasing player confidence during contact in both practices as well as games.
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