I'm Morris Brossette, and this is how to train for running in the off season in high school. Okay guys, I'm gonna show you three simple movements that you can do anywhere that's going to help build strength and power and stability to help you in the off season high school running. Okay, so the first exercise we're going to do is an isometric or very slow isometric type of movement, and it's going to be a split squat. We're gonna start out in a split stance, and the weight is going to be on the front heel and on the back ball of your foot. You're going to slowly drop down, and then I'll hold, four, three, two, one, and then I'll slowly drive back up, driving through this heel, contracting this glute, then before I stand up I go right back down. I'll do six repetitions, which will take me about 90 seconds. I'll do that on the right leg, then I'll switch and do it on the left leg. Alright, the second exercise we're going to do for your off season run program for strength is just your basic step up. I've got a block here. You can do this with a chair, you can do it with a set of stairs. So, the technique is going to be from here, basically as if I'm in a running stance. I'm on the ball of my back foot, so I'm in triple extension down at the bottom. My weight is gonna be on my heel, and I'm going to drive up through my heel inspiring my glute. The important thing to remember here is that you don't go up and down fast. I want to control it down, and come up quickly. I'll do 8 to 10 repetitions on each side. Alright, the third exercise we're gonna do for your off season run program is basically a box jump. Again, you can do this onto a plyometric box, you can do this onto a set of stairs or a step like I have here. So what we're going to do is start with our hands up and our chest, you're going to drop down into a squat, full squat position, and then explode off the ground, jumping onto the step. My feet are gonna be about shoulder-width apart. Then I drop down and up. Okay, all three of these are gonna be great training for you and your high school off season run program because again, they're gonna build strength, they're gonna increase your VO2 max, and they're gonna build stability in each leg.