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Speed Development for the Horizontal Jumper By Boo Schexnayder Development of speed for the horizontal jumper is possibly the most important and most difficult …

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The Essence of Athletic Development is Recovery By: Brian Schiff The drive for athletic dominance is alive and well today. With the rapid growth …

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Conditioning for Speed and Power Athletes Conditioning Fundamentals Aerobic Conditioning for Speed & Power Athletes? The objective of any conditioning program is to improve …

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Conditioning for Sprinters Aerobic and Anaerobic Conditioning is an important aspect of overall training for all track athletes. The aerobic system must be able …

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8 Things You Should Know About Speed Training  By: Jim Herrick One of the most critical aspects of any training program for an athlete …

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Speed Training – Back to the Basics By: Barry Ross In 1872, Edward Muybridge was hired by Leland Stanford to prove Stanford’s contention that …

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GRAVITY – Speed’s Friend or Foe? By: Karl Frank Ever wonder what effect gravity has on our body’s ability to produce maximum speed? Since …

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Speed Is A Skill Speed is a skill. The ability to take advantage of the potential of one’s body, and do so consistently, is …

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Sprinters Speed & Power Day Sample Workout By: Patrick Beith Here is a structured Speed/Power day workout that you can apply to your sprinters. …

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Sleds Training for Acceleration Development – Part I By: Bruce Kelly When it comes to sprinters and hurdlers, and power athletes in general, they …

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The Science of Speed Training   When it comes to training in general and for speed, we must look broadly at three energy systems. …

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