Winter is vital for high school football players to gear up for the upcoming season. The Hopkinsville High School football team, led by Coach Marc Clark and his staff, understands the significance of winter workouts in building strength, stamina, and overall fitness. Junior player DeQuavion Bronaugh, a member of the Hopkinsville Tigers, expressed his appreciation for the hard work and supportive environment fostered by Coach Clark and the coaching staff.
One of the essential aspects of winter workouts is weightlifting. Players work on strengthening their major muscle groups to enhance their performance on the field. The coaching staff also emphasizes exercises that target specific body parts crucial for football players, such as the legs, core, and upper body.
First week of skill development / install nights following our workouts! I have been really proud of how our players have responded thus far!— Coach Clark (@HoptownHFC) January 13, 2023
It is early but they have leaned into the workmanlike mentality that we are trying to build!#Team119#WTD pic.twitter.com/d7RVTg8Smr
Besides weightlifting, players also take part in skill development sessions. Coaches teach players proper form and technique to minimize the risk of injuries. Coach Clark stated on Twitter that the players’ development and work ethic had shown significant progress in their mentality and self-belief.
The Hopkinsville High School football team is eagerly waiting to take the field next fall at the Stadium of Champions. If you are a student at Hoptown and wish to be a part of the Hopkinsville High School #Team119, reach out to Coach Marc Clark or Assistant Coach Jacob Ezell for more information.