This article is a continuation of Training for 400m: Balancing Speed and Special Endurance [Lactate] There has been confusion over the terminology of
This article is guest blogged by Jacob Hiller of www.jumpmanual.com Do you need to be strong or are plyometrics enough? How strong is strong enough?
Here is a quick video of Tyson Gay giving advice on the importance of the start, and some pointers on how to start in the 100 meters. It’s
After writing 1243 posts since May 2007, there is one topic I haven’t addressed. That is, having a case of diarrhea (or the “runs”) just before they
It’s a well know fact that some 400 and 800 meter runners use baking soda and/or beta alanine to improve their performances. Whether it’s science or
This is a follow-up to the article Estimating 400 meter Hurdles Potential. There are so many social media sites out there, it’s hard to keep up to
Written by Graham Knight, courtesy of UK Athletics The Sprint and 400m Hurdles events are the most technically demanding single events in the track
One of the most common requests I get via email are training programs. I believe coaching is an art and a science. I feel coaches need to know the