How to train for the 2017 NFL Draft

When you’re looking for a way to prepare for the NFL Draft, you’ll want to keep your eyes open for the latest on how to train your body for the game.

Here are five tips for training for the draft:1.

Be mindful of your body.

“Bodywork is not just cardio.

It’s also a whole other way of doing things, a whole new way of thinking about things,” said Ben Zollner, a physical therapist and coach who teaches elite athletes.

“It’s the ability to focus on your body and not get distracted by the other things you might be doing.”

Zollninger’s advice to players is to train their bodies so that they’re in tune with how they look.

“We want to make sure that we’re not getting distracted by what other people are doing, so that’s the first thing to get you to do is look at your body,” he said.

“If you want to be a better athlete, then you need to look at what other athletes are doing.

You need to get that in place.”2.

Make sure you get enough rest.

When you train your entire body, you’re also training your mind, and the rest you get during your training can help you get to the next level.

You can work on staying active during the day, staying away from distractions, and staying focused.3.

Practice your skills.

There are no better time to train than during the draft.

That means getting your body ready for the competition, getting your mind ready for a competition, and practicing your skills in preparation.4.

Don’t let the competition scare you away.

“The competition is a huge part of this whole draft process,” said Zollinger.

“We want people to be able to get into the best shape possible, to be ready to go to the NFL, and to be prepared for a long-term career.”5.

Take your game to the combine.

It may seem like a lot of work, but there’s a lot to consider during the combine, including the time it takes to work on your game.

“You need to know how long it takes for you to go from being a kid to being a professional athlete, so you need time,” said Dr. Michael Pertman, a former NFL player who runs the Fitness Institute at New York’s Coney Island Medical Center.

“So the combine is where it’s at.

It is the biggest step of a career.

So you need that time to really develop the body.”