One of the secrets to Tim Tebow's success as a Gator was his legendary work ethic.

Tebow, now an NFL quarterback, will be in Orlando next Sunday to give people a chance to experience his rigorous conditioning program.

During Tebow's freshman season, senior wide receiver Andre Caldwell once told me how Tebow set the tone for the Gators as an early enrollee during the 2006 offseason.

Coach Urban Meyer's vomit-inducing "mat drills" were no match for Tebow, who would demand more from coaches as Caldwell and his fellow upperclassmen looked on in disbelief. This made everyone work harder, Caldwell said, and helped lay the foundation for the Gators' surprising national championship run.

Tebow and Division I Sports Training and Therepy, a Nashville-based company he co-owns, are offering people a glimpse into how Tebow trains. Tebow and D1 coaches will be in town to work with people of all ages. Cost is $50 for members of the D1 facility in Lake Mary or $150 for the general public.

A day earlier, a similar event will be held at the D1 facility in Tampa's Citrus Park area.

Participants will receive 30 minutes of training, a T-shirt, poster and a group photo with Tebow. Proceeds will go to underprivileged student-athletes in Orlando and Tampa.

The schedule is as follows:

12:45 p.m. - Rookie (ages 7-11)

1:15 p.m. - Developmental (12-14)

1:45 p.m. -Prep (15-18)

2:15 p.m. - Adult Boot Camp

Former Tampa Bay Bucs linebacker Derrick Brooks and Atlanta Braves third baseman Chipper Jones, among others, co-own the facility in Tampa with Tebow. Tebow, Jones and the Orlando Orthopedic Center co-own the Orlando facility - one of 18 nationwide.

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