This month's featured article is great story about a school restoring a winning tradition. Southwest Georgia Academy in Damascus, Georgia shows what the BFS Program can accomplish when a team is commited to improving all aspects of athletisism - strenght, speed and flexibility!
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The BFS Difference
There's more to BFS than strength, size, and speed
By Beau Johnson
Published: March/April 2010
Head football coach David Bell knew something was missing at Southwest Georgia Academy in Damascus, Georgia. This private high school has a wonderful football tradition; they've won six state championships, with the last coming in 1998. But then the Warriors started to struggle, and that's when Bell, a longtime friend, called me to help.
The problem was that the Warriors just couldn't finish strong. For three straight years the Warriors had entered the last regular season game with a chance for winning seasons and a shot at the regional title, but they kept coming up short. Coach Bell knew he had talented players returning in 2009 and he had a solid coaching staff, but something was missing. I told him that what was missing was BFS.
I'm a certified BFS weight training instructor, and I've successfully installed the BFS program at two other schools in this area: Edmund Burke Academy and Piedmont Academy. After talking with Bell, not only was I able to convince him to use BFS, but last May I accepted an offer to come to work for him to help implement the program.