Drew Brees Workout Routine – TRX Training For Champions

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drew brees trx workoutIt’s hard to argue that Drew Brees isn’t one of the best quarterback’s in the NFL and his workout routine backs it up.  I’ve been fortunate enough to personally see Drew Brees train down at Fitness Quest 10 in San Diego and he is more focused than any other person I’ve seen while training.

And I promise NOT to hold it against him that the Saints pulled out a victory over my 49ers on Monday Night Football last week…

You’ve probably seen lots of coverage with Drew Brees workout routine using the TRX to get in awesome shape while keeping it functional.  Go here to see my TRX Trainer Review. He is a professional athlete after all and you’ll never see him doing an “arm day” at the gym.  Drew trains his entire body and just about all the exercises he does are athletic and functional to football.

Sure you’ll see weight lifting in a Drew Brees workout but you’ll also see him finishing out his training session with handball games and reflex drills such as card catches.  I remember seeing the intensity Drew Brees had when he was catching those playing cards and how he would meticously put them in a different pile after we would catch it or miss it.

In any one of his workouts you’ll see Drew Brees using all kinds of functional pieces of workout equipment such as SuperBands, the TRX suspension trainer, kettlebells, playing cards, and giant ropes.  He also of course does strength training with weights but he’s also focusing on doing the stuff that most people don’t even think of doing.

His commitment to success is something that most of us aren’t willing to work hard enough for, but after watching Brees train everything he does is a competition.  Whether he’s going up against other NFL players or himself.  He’s not going to back down from a challenge from anybody and he’s going to put in more preparation then any one of his competitors.

If you have a goal and this discipline then you’re going to be able to reach your dreams 50x’s faster than you would if you just kind of want something but don’t really want to work for it.  It doesn’t matter if you want to win a Super Bowl, lose the last 10 pounds, build lean muscle to break out of your skinny body, getting your dream job or finding your soul mate.

Protecting your mindset with positivity and the commitment to endlessly work your butt off are the true keys to success.  Most people want to lose weight but they don’t want it bad enough, at least not enough to get on a consistent workout program and starting eating healthy every day.

And it’s tough reaching your goals and when the going gets tough people get discouraged.  But the real champions are going to going to get knocked down too but they’re also going to turn that discouragement into encouragement and climb back on that horse.

Below is a sample Drew Brees Workout Routine created by Todd Durkin

Do three rounds of each set and then move onto the next group of exercises until you finish…if you’re still up for some ass-kicking then do some sprint work going 30 seconds all out sprinting and then back to 30 seconds of walking.

A1) Kettlebell Burpee with Shrug (10x)

A2) Superband Pulldowns (15x)

A3) Kettlebell getups (10x)

B1) Kettlebell Straight-Leg Deadlift (12x)

B2) Superband squat and 1-arm row w/rotation (10x)

B3) Kettlebell Bench Press (10x)

C1) Overheaad SuperBand lateral walks (15x)

C2) Superband band-splitter (15x)

C3) Superband split squat anti-rotation (10x)

D1) Superband overhead triceps extension (15x)

D2) Superband hammer curls (15x)

D3) Kettlebell Pushups (15x)

And that’s Drew Brees workout routine!  But I think even more important than all those exercises are his work ethic and his commitment to success.  As long as you have a positive dedicated mindset like Drew Brees than you can accomplish a lot more in life and it doesn’t really matter which exercises you’re doing.

Go kill it,

Josh

P.S. – For more information on the TRX training be sure to click the link below and his off-season trainer and a mentor of mine, Todd Durkin is releasing his own book called the IMPACT Body Plan and I couldn’t recommend it more.  Click the links below to get your lean body.

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About The Author → Hi, I’m Josh. I’m a Certified Strength & Conditioning Specialist with a degree in Nutrition. I’ve spent the last 10 years in the fitness world as a trainer and coach. I wanted to create a site to be able to reach people all over the world with hopes it’ll bring inspiration to live a better life through nutrition and exercise. I believe we all are capable of becoming our best selves with the proper knowledge and action. To your health!
  • Reply Varun September 27, 2010, 5:46 pm

    How many times a week are we supposed to follow this routine?

    Thanks

    • Reply Josh Schlottman September 29, 2010, 1:36 pm

      Hey Varun, I would do it 3-4x a week.

  • Reply Bob November 1, 2010, 9:16 pm

    Hey Josh. I really like the diversity of your workouts here on this site. These all look like full body workouts, so how would I do those if I had 4 days a week to workout? I am used to splitting bodyparts.

    Thanks

    • Reply Josh Schlottman November 2, 2010, 8:48 am

      Hey Bob, if you’re working out 4x’s a week then I would split the workouts into 2 upper body workout and 2 lower body workouts so that they’re alternating. But if you’re just beginning I would stick with total body workouts for the time being. Keep me updated!

  • Reply Bob November 10, 2010, 4:52 pm

    Hey Josh, I just did this workout. Only did it two times through, and fairly quickly. Def. not easy for me!

  • Reply BALLER54 November 20, 2010, 10:16 pm

    Aye watzup, football season just ended what should I do to stay in shape. Also one more thing how many glasses of water do you recommend to drink a day.

  • Reply Kevin December 1, 2010, 9:07 pm

    hello I am from that type of person that is not fattening, I am thin and I want to have a good body, but the clubs are very expensive and not as a start alone

  • Reply barry June 30, 2011, 6:17 am

    well Josh
    where would i be able to get a good core training program that would be beneficial for me in soccer?

    • Reply Josh Schlottman July 5, 2011, 6:36 pm

      Hi Barry, I would pick up a TRX and then also go for one of their core training DVDs. They’re awesome!

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