Last Updated on July 27, 2018 by Jimson Lee
Before you begin, click here to download Back-to-the-Basics-of-Speed (PDF 1.2Mb) for easy viewing, as we’ll be following this slide deck.
To develop successful sprinters in track & field, all these elements below are important to your program. So in this presentation, Ryan discusses:
- The Warm up
- Acceleration, Maximum Velocity, Energy, System Development
- Workout 1: Acceleration
- Workout 2: Maximum Velocity
- Workout 3: Speed Endurance
- Workout 4: Tempo
- Workout 5: Active Recovery
- Workout 6: Special Endurance
- The Cool-down
- The Weight Room
- Injury Prevention
- Team Management
Back to the Basics of Speed
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If you don’t have the book The Sprinters Compendium, here is the link to the Free Chapter (over 6000 people have downloaded this already). Other free excerpts of the book are
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If you missed Ryan Banta’s last two videos & presentation, go to Long-to-Short or Short-to-Long? Comparing & Contrasting Different Training Models AND Defining the 100m Dash – Speed Development, Explosion, Acceleration, Max Velocity, & Speed Endurance. Both are must watch presentations (free of charge).
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