It really wasn’t complicated. He would come to see me 2-3 times per week for the lower body work and we would normally perform 3 different sled/prowler exercises.
The loading parameters followed a principle that I use for loaded carries: 10m = 1 rep. So if the normal hypertrophy range that I use is 6-10 reps, this would mean sets of 60-100m, but normally we stuck with 60-80m.
We did 3-4 work sets of each exercise.
Some of the exercises we used were:
Backward sled drag while staying fairly low (imagine a defensive back doing pack peddle) to focus on quads
Backward sled drag staying more upright and leaning back slightly to focus more on VMO and some calves
Forward sled drag with the torso bent forward to hit the hamstrings
Prowler pushing with the low handles to focus more on glutes
Prowler pushing with the parallel posts for overall development
Sideway sled drag for glutes, adductors and abductors