Last Updated on April 9, 2010 by Jimson Lee
Linford Christie is the only British man to win a gold medal in the 100 meters at all four major competitions: the Olympic Games (1992), Worlds (1993), Commonwealth (1990, 94), and European championships (1986, 90, 94)
Here’s a poor quality video digitized from analog tapes.
He does a variety of single leg and double leg hurdle hops, with a sprint at the end of the hurdles.
DISCLAIMER: Build up slowly your volume before attempting these advanced plyometrics
I believe a proper plyometric program will benefit sprinters of all ages, from Youth to Masters. If I had a choice between Plyometrics over weight training, I would choose the former. of course, both would be ideal and both have their place in the overall annual training plan.
Roelf van Vuren says
I am looking at all the websites for a proper training program for highschool athletes. We are situated in a remote area in South Africa and have not access to qualified trainers.
I am looking for a training program specifically for sprinters They seems to have the ability u14 girls running 12.8 sec 100 meter but lack the power
how do we build power/strength on young athletes please advise!
Roelf van Vuren
Jimson Lee says
you can check out the annual plan at the end of this article: