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Miami Dolphins wide receiver Jarvis Landry is poised to make a major splash in just his second year in the NFL. The 22-year-old came close to breaking the Dolphins record for most receptions in a single season — as a rookie — catching 84 passes and returns alongside newcomer and two-time Pro Bowler Greg Jennings as one of main targets for the ever-improving quarterback Ryan Tannehill.
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“Nowadays people are starting to do a more active recovery,” said Bommarito. “When you look at Jarvis, one of the interesting things is, he doesn’t look like a guy that’s going to come in and squat the house, but his strength eccentrically, at dynamic speeds, is tremendous.”
Bommarito has also worked with other receivers like Antonio Brown and Torrey Smith. Below is is a sample workout routine Landry performs, which is carried out over four weekdays.
Perform the upper body routine on Monday and Thursday, while implementing lower body on Tuesday and Friday. For tempo, the first digit represents the time for the eccentric portion of the lift, the second number is the isometric time and the third is the concentric time.