From the early workouts where the team looked disorganized, to the media circus surrounding Tim Tebow, this story tells how Loren Landow, serving as the team's unofficial trainer during the pre-season lockout, brought a disparate group of players together to form the 2011 Denver Broncos-the team everyone had written off from the start-that went on to win the AFC West.
Publisher: Taylor Trade Publishing
Number of pages: 232
Weight: 449 g
Dimensions: 235 x 158 x 20 mm
Tim Tebow once engineered spectacular fourth-quarter comebacks, and Centennial's star swimmer Missy Franklin has her eyes set on the Olympic podium. What do these superstars have in common? The man who drills, pushes, and whips them into shape. * 5280: The Denver Magazine *
...[A]n incredible read that provides inside information like no other. Landow and Klis talk about workouts with Tebow, the major role that Brady Quinn had in leading this team through the off season, and what it took to run a sort of grassroots workout program for a professional team. Included in the book are also tips for minimizing injury and motivational strategies that can be applied to any sport. * Predominantly Orange blog *