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Does my combine training transfer to my sport training?

If done correctly, your combine preparation should directly transfer to your sport. You should take a week or more off after performing at a combine to rest, recover, and avoid possible burnout. Remember, you should be peaking at a combine, and for every peak there is a valley. Wise training for a combine is about developing all-around athleticism which is always transferable to any sport in which you are involved. Legitimate combines that conduct appropriate tests reflective of the demands imposed by the sport, provide athletes with the greatest opportunity to transfer their training directly back into their sport.

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