Speed Training For Football Players Now Available!

July 31, 2012

XFT Football Speed System for football players and coaches is now online. The author, C.J. Easter, is a Stanford and professional football player.

(PRWEB) July 31, 2012

C.J. Easter, B.S. MS & E/CPT is a former Stanford and professional football player. Easter has designed the XFT Football Speed System. Now, the system is available to the public at special pricing. The XFT Football Speed System is selling for $67.00 and comes with a money back guarantee. The program is great for coaches, professional and amateur, who are looking for a speed program with the exact sequence and progression of every drill completely built in. The six week program allows coaches, and players, to print and immediately use the scripts on the field.

“Like many athletes transitioning to the next level, I went from big fish in a small pond to small fish in an ocean of talent. Because I could no longer rely on talent alone, I had to do everything I could to squeeze every ounce of athletic ability out of my body,” said C.J. Easter. “This is what inspired me to create the XFT Football Speed System. I wanted guys to know there is a resource out there to help increase speed on the field! And, I made sure it is affordable.”

The XFT Football Speed System comes with five videos plus the XFT Speed System manual. There are no delays when accessing the information and there are no delivery fees. Coaches and players can start using the system from the moment the click the “purchase” button. Plus, there is a sixty-day money back guarantee.

Members of the media are invited to submit a review request for a complimentary version of the program and videos. The XFT Speed System is only available as an online product, making it one of the few speed training programs that can be accessed by coaches and football players nationwide. For more information on the program, please click here: http://www.xftspeedsystem.com/

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