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2 weeks ago @ 9:45AM

Five Week Bodyweight Workout Starts Today

A five week bodyweight workout is now on Teambuildr. This is a great workout to do at home with the whole family, as much as you can do of course. If this is your first time working out or you haven't worked out in a while take it slow at first and only do what you can do. You'll definitely be sore and out of breath. Your heart rate will go up so just use good judgment.

The workout is grouped in supersets of three exercises. Finish each group before going to the next group. For example if you have group A of push-ups, sit-ups and jump squats and each are 3 sets of 15, do a set of push-ups rest for 45 seconds, do a set of sit-ups rest for 45 seconds, do a set of jump squats rest for 45 seconds then move to set 2. Finish group A then go to group B and so on. Wait one minute (or more if you need it) before you go to group B.

There is no need for any of team members to go to a public gym at this time. The workout can be done at home or in the yard, etc. Please encourage your son to login to Teambuildr, do the workout and do so safely. We have a tremendous coaching staff at Colonial Forge and when we get back to school and are allowed to start football workouts again we will have a plan in place and hit the ground running. If you have any questions please email me at brownjd@staffordschools.net.

Sincerely,

John Brown


 

Team News

3 weeks ago @ 11:12AM

5 Week Bodyweight Strength Training Program

Dear CForge Football Family,

Teambuildr is our online weight training platform that we use at school while we lift weights.  It has our team's workout on it and our team follows a different workout every day we lift.  Usually we have our normal barbell, dumbbell and weight room type lifts like bench press, squats, cleans, etc. that we do daily.  Due to the Coronavirus outbreak I have switched our entire football team to a five week bodyweight program that they can do right at home.  This workout will start after spring break on Monday, March 23rd.  Before the 23rd I will encourage our team to check in and save their workout on their phone every time they workout.  A bodyweight workout will more then suffice for the time we are out of school.  We will make up for the time we miss when we return.  I'm looking forward to getting out on the field with our team when we get back and getting to work, but until then I encourage our kids to follow rule #1 of our team rules; use good common sense and take care of yourself.  If you have any questions about Teambuildr please don't hesitate to email me at brownjd@staffordschools.net. 

Sincerely,

John Brown

Team News

1 month ago @ 10:22AM

Nationally Acclaimed "Guiding the College-Bound Athlete" Coming to CF February 24th

The road to college for athletes is no longer lined with traditional mile markers. It used to be that batting averages, points per game or yards per carry paved the way for sports stars.  Nowadays, one more percentage is carrying more and more weight. It’s called the grade point average.

The days of athletes dreaming to “Be Like Mike” and parents’ dreams of having it pay for an education and a lucrative future for their child-student-athlete have vastly changed over the last generation or so. In fact, there is a lot more work to hitting a home run than just hitting home runs.

A seminar to prepare parents and athletes for the recruiting road ahead — complete with all its bumps — will be held on
MondayFebruary 24th at 7:00 p.m. in the Colonial Forge H.S. auditorium.

 “Guiding the College-Bound Athlete” will provide information and topics for every student-athlete in middle and high school and their parents to educate and prepare them for opportunities and careers after graduation.  Many student-athletes who aspire to play at the college level are not familiar with the ins and outs of academic requirements and eligibility as they need to be in order to pursue their goals.
 
“Guiding the College-Bound Athlete,” a program designed by Rick Wire, President of Dynamite Sports, a Pennsylvania-based corporation, is the father of 9 year NFL veteran Coy Wire.  This seminar will provide families with information about the availability of athletic scholarships and the realities of the college recruiting process.

According to his press release, Rick Wire found himself looking for answers when his then 8-year-old son, Coy, started talking about being a college football star. Wire hadn’t attended college himself and decided he had better start preparing for the future.  He questioned other parents who had been through the process, looking for pros and cons and ways to prepare financially.  In the end, his son Coy earned his scholarship to play football at Stanford University.  Then in 2002, Coy was drafted in the 3rd round of the NFL draft by the Buffalo Bills where he played for 6 seasons and then finished his career for the past 3 seasons as a captain and player rep with the Atlanta Falcons.

Rick used his study to become a speaker and expert in college athletics and its recruiting process.  Then he created the Dynamite Sports Educational Recruiting System, which combines academic preparation and athletic training with marketing and recruiting strategies to navigate through the process.  The plan provides direction to high school athletes and parents, and staff development training and resources to high school coaches and counselors to help all parties make knowledgeable choices and decisions in college athletics and recruiting.

Rick Wire will present an hour-long seminar
at 7:00 p.m. in the Colonial Forge H.S. auditorium. Interested participants are asked to come early, if possible, to receive a number of handouts and watch a POWERFUL pre-program video.

For information about Dynamite Sports, go to www.dynamitesports.com.

Team News

2 months ago @ 12:05PM

2020 Off-Season Update and News (including JV/Varisty preseason practice dates and times)

This page will be updated as more information becomes available and is subject to change. Scrimmage dates and the picture date will be added as they become available. The first scrimmage will be the week of Aug 10th and the second scrimmage the week of Aug 17th. The first game is against Grassfield at home on Aug 27th or 28th.

This information is being shared now so that families can plan their family vacations accordingly.  The expectation is that all JV and Varsity players are at all practices starting on July 30th.

Physicals: Physicals must be done AFTER May 1st, 2020.  Any physical done before May 1st, 2020 will not be valid for the 2020 football season. Please use the link below to obtain a new VHSL Physical form for 2020-2021. This form allows parents to type in the information on pages 1,2 and 4. Please make sure all signature pages are signed and dated. Print out the form and take it to a physician and he/she will complete page 3. 

https://forgeathletics.org/library/files/colonial_forge_521/files/VHSL_Physical_Fillable_form.pdf

Off-season Weight Lifting: Every Tuesday and Thursday from 2:30 to 4pm through the Spring Dead Period of February 24th.  Beginning March 4th, after the dead period, weight lifting will be Monday and Wednesday afternoons from 2:30-4pm and Friday mornings from 6am to 7am. These times will be through the end of the school year.  Starting June 1st we will switch to Monday, Wednesday and Friday from 5pm to 7pm. The summer dead period is June 28th through July 4th. We will continue with the summer weight lifting schedule of Monday, Wednesday and Friday from 5pm to 7pm at the end of the summer dead period starting on July 6th.

Varsity, JV and Freshman Football Practice: 

Thursday July 30th: 7:00am-9:00am and 10:15am to 12:00pm

Friday July 31st: 7:00am to 9:00am and 10:15am to 12:00pm

Saturday August 1st: 7:00am to 9:00am and 10:15am to 12:00pm

Monday Aug 3rd through Friday Aug 7th: 2:45pm to 5:45pm

Saturday Aug 8th: 7:30am to 10:30am (optional due to weather)

Monday Aug 10th through Friday Aug 14th: 2:45pm to 5:45pm

Saturday Aug 15th: 7:30am to 10:30am (optional due to weather)

Monday Aug 17th through Friday Aug 21st: 2:45pm to 5:45pm

The first day of freshman weightlifting: Incoming freshman can start lifting with the team on June 1st from 5pm to 7pm.

The first day of incoming freshman football practice: July 30th 7am

 

Team News

3 months ago @ 10:12AM

Football Banquet

The Varsity and JV football banquet will be Sunday, January 12th at 5pm in the auditorium.  Light refreshments will be served in the cafeteria following the ceremony.

Team News

5 months ago @ 9:13AM

JV/Varsity Practice Schedule

JV and Varsity practice will be at Embrey Mill this afternoon at 2:45.  Players may pick their helmets up when school ends or be back at CF before 2:20 to get them.  There will be no shuttle service from CF to Embrey Mill.  If JV players don't have a ride today with the early dismissal and location change it is understandable and they are excused from practice.  Thank you for your flexibility.

Team News

5 months ago @ 8:21AM

JV Football Schedule Update for Highland Springs Game

The JV football game scheduled for Highland Springs will now be played at Henrico HS on October 30th at 7pm.  Henrico High School is located at 302 Azalea Ave., Richmond, VA  23227.  The game is still against Highland Springs.

Team News

6 months ago @ 1:28PM

Freshman and JV Football Practice is Canceled, Oct. 2nd, 2019

Due to excessive heat, JV and Freshman football practice is canceled today, Oct. 2nd.  Be prepared for practice outside tomorrow.

Team News

6 months ago @ 2:10PM

Practice Update 9-11-19 All Levels

Freshman practice is canceled due to excessive heat.  The JV game is on as scheduled. Varsity practice is postponed until 5:30pm.  Varsity players should arrive around 5pm for practice.  Thank you for your understanding and flexibility.

Team News

6 months ago @ 11:32PM

Practice Wednesday 9-11 and Thursday 9-12

We will have film on Wednesday and Thursday from 2:15 to 3:45. Film will follow from 3:45 to 5:00 in preparation for our upcoming game. Practice will be from 5:30 to 8pm on both days. Thank you for your understanding and cooperation. The JV game will proceed as scheduled. 

Team News

7 months ago @ 9:52AM

Practice Schedule For Labor Day and Next Week

There will be no practice for anyone this Friday, Saturday, Sunday or Monday. Enjoy your holiday. All levels will have practice next week, Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday and Friday.

Team News

7 months ago @ 1:36PM

Practice Update: 8-21-19

??Practice 8-21-19: JV/Freshman football practice is canceled today August 21 due to excessive heat. Varsity will practice in the gym at 3:30.??

Team News

7 months ago @ 11:26AM

Practice Update: August 20

Practice 8-20-19: JV/Freshman football practice is canceled today August 20 due to excessive heat. Please be prepared for practice tomorrow. Varsity will practice inside at 3:30 and end at 5:30. 

Team News

7 months ago @ 1:58PM

JV/Freshman Practice Canceled 8-19-19

JV and Freshman football practice is canceled today, Monday the 19th due to excessive heat.  Please be prepared for practice tomorrow.  The varsity will be in the gym today at 2:30 and will be dismissed at 5pm.

Team News

7 months ago @ 1:46PM

JV/Freshman Practice Canceled 8-19-19

JV and Freshman football practice is canceled today, Monday the 19th due to excessive heat.  Please be prepared for practice tomorrow.  The varsity will be in the gym today at 2:30 and will be dismissed at 5pm.

Team News

7 months ago @ 2:24PM

Pictures; JV/Freshman Scrimmage Information

Picture day is tomorrow, Friday the 16th right after school.  Freshman and jv will practice tomorrow after pictures in preparation for their scrimmage Saturday morning.  Pick up for both teams will be at 5pm as there is no activity bus on Fridays. Varisty will watch film after pictures on Friday.

The jv and freshman scrimmage will be at 9am this Saturday the 17th on the practice field.  There are no bleachers.  Players are asked to report to school by 8:00am in order to dress and warm up. 

 

Team News

8 months ago @ 12:40PM

JV/Freshman Scrimmage Added

There will be a JV/Freshman scrimmage vs Patriot HS at Colonial Forge on Saturday, August 17th at 9am. The scrimmage will take place on the practice fields at CF. 

Team News

8 months ago @ 12:39PM

Second and Final Adidas Team Store

This is the second and final Adidas Team Store in case you missed the first one. It closes at 11:59pm on Sunday, August 4th. You are under no obligation to purchase anything from the team store. It is simply an opportunity for you and your family to buy official CF gear. http://downtown-athletic.com/colonialforgehs/football

Team News

10 months ago @ 1:18PM

JV/Varsity Summer Weight Lifting Schedule

Summer weight lifting and conditioning starts Monday, June 17th at 5pm.  Weight lifting will run every Monday, Wednesday and Friday from 5pm-7pm.  We will start in the weight room each day.  Due to the VHSL dead period we will not lift July 1st through July 5th.   It is understood that families will be traveling this summer, but if you are in town you are expected to be at weight lifting and conditioning.  Don't forget to get your physical taken care of before the first day of practice, August 1st.  

Team News

10 months ago @ 10:04AM

FREE One Day Football Camp, June 6th

We will be hosting a free one day football camp on June 6th at 5pm. It is a great chance to get to know the coaching staff at CF, see the school and learn new skills and techniques that we teach everyday.  Camp information is listed below.  Please go to the file section of this website and download the registration form and bring it with you on June 6th or mail it in. Please bring cleats, athletic attire and a water bottle.  Water coolers will be provided as well.

 

 

2019 CFHS Free One Day Football Camp

June 6th, 2019

5:00 PM – 8:00 PM

CAMP OBJECTIVE: The purpose of the camp is to assist young people in improving their football skills and developing proper playing habits.  Working with other players and the meaning of teamwork and sportsmanship will be stressed as important athletic values.

The camp staff will be giving instruction in basic football skills such as: blocking, tackling, running, and other football related skills. Both sessions will include drills to help players correct faults and/or perfect the skills they are trying to develop and will be the same.  There is no need to come to both sessions unless you want to.

AGES:  Open to all players that will be in Grades 6 - 9 in September 2019

COST:  Free

CLINIC STAFF:

  • John Brown and  the Colonial Forge Football Staff

  • Varsity Football Players

REGISTRATION TIME:  Pre-Register by mail at address listed on Flyer.  

        In person - June 6th, 2019, 4:30 – 5:00 pm.   Have forms filled out

        before arrival!

ITEMS TO BRING:

  • Cleats

  • Athletic socks

  • Towel

  • Wear shorts and a T-shirt

RULES:

Campers will not be permitted to leave the school campus during the session, unless released to a parent/guardian and signed out with the camp director.  Use of tobacco products, illegal drugs and/or alcoholic beverages on school property is strictly prohibited and will result in dismissal from camp without a refund of the camp registration fee. 

Team News

11 months ago @ 8:39AM

Physicals for 2019-2020

Physicals will not be given at Colonial Forge this year.  It's important to get your physical before the first day of practice.  Missing practice because you don't have a physical is not a valid excuse to miss practice.  Please make an appointment as soon as possible to get a physical.  Physicals given after May 1st are valid for the entirety of the 2019-2020 school year.  https://www.vhsl.org/vhsl-physical-form/

Team News

11 months ago @ 8:25AM

2019 Varsity/JV Summer Schedule

 

This is the schedule for summer JV and varsity practice. Practice starts on August 1st and at 7:30 am.  Starting the week of August 5th practices will be in the afternoon starting no earlier then 2:45.  Times can be changed due to weather or other unforeseen circumstances and will be relayed to the players and sent out via Twitter @infoforge as well as posted here. All players are expected to be on time each day. Players must weigh in before each practice and weigh out after practice in order to track hydration. Please ensure that your child is drinking plenty of water throughout the summer. After practice, please allow time for players to walk from the practice field, put their equipment away and weigh out. A good rule of thumb is to expect players to be ready to leave 15-20 minutes after practice. There will be times in the summer, especially at the beginning, that we will hand out additional practice items, fundraiser cards, etc., that will take a few extra minutes. Thank you all for your cooperation.


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