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Complete Speed Training – The proof is in the pudding

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One of the main questions I get about Complete
Speed Training is:

‘It *sounds* good, but does it work?’

And that’s a pretty fair question. It’s the first
and most important question you should ask.

And I can show you countless testimonials and
success stories from happy coaches, parents and
athletes who *know* it works.

But I also get that some of you are skeptical about
whether or not those people even exist. Because the
truth is that some people make those testimonials

So at the end of the day, it boils down to this:

Can I actually make people faster?

This year I came into a new program of kids I had
never met. I implemented my Complete Speed Training

The first major result:

In just 12 weeks the girls took 2.67 seconds off
their school record and won an indoor 4×200 meter
State Championship.

Fast forward to yesterday’s MA State Championship.

Despite brutal heat, the 4×100 meter relay team
continued this season’s undefeated run and earned
the girl’s second State Title in less than 4
months, beating the best of the rest of the State
by a convincing .55 seconds and establishing
another school record.

So congratulations to my girls for another job
well done!

It’s truly an overwhelming feeling to see the look
of excitement and pride on kids’ faces after
succeeding at the highest levels.

And it’s an experience you and your athletes can
experience as well. It just takes making some
shifts in your approach to training.

The good news is you can use the exact same speed
development system that I use with my athletes to
keep them a step ahead of the competition.

There are plenty of programs on the market for you
to choose from, but the proof is in the pudding.


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