8 week Online Speed Development Program
Speed Development is a skill that must be adequately coached. Many key performance indicators must be focused on when wanting to improve one's speed.
For an athlete to get faster, these are the three significant factors influencing speed.
Sprint Mechanics & body positions
Central Nervous System
The ability of an athlete to apply large amounts of force into the ground in a very short time is critical in speed. That force into the ground must properly be executed, with the foot striking the ground in the proper positions in relationship to the athlete's center of mass.
We cover these three big factors within our 8-week online Speed Development Program.
The program consists of 3x a week of training focusing on improving the three big factors influencing speed.
💥Pre & Post Testing to measure your Power & Speed
💥Videos to demonstrate drills & explain the reason why it is used & cues for athlete
💥Acceleration Development with variations of starts
💥Short Jumps to Improve Acceleration & Power Output
These are just some features that are within the program.
We are going to throw in a lot of
You will get FREE bonus materials when you purchase the program.
🏆🏆 Excel Performance Calculator: Ability to estimate the athlete's performance times in the 100, 200, 400 & 800 meters based on your 20m & 30m Fly time.
🏆🏆1hr PowerPoint presentation about how to plan & program speed work correctly.
🏆🏆 Speed = Stride Length x Stride Frequency. We will show you how to calculate stride length & stride frequency & how to improve those two areas that lead to improved speeds.
🏆🏆 SL & SF Calculator: Input some raw numbers & the calculator will do the work to determine the athlete's stride length & stride frequency.
Receive All the Bonus Materials & the 8-week speed development program for just
USTFCCA Strength & Conditioning Certified
IAAF Level 5
USATF Level 1
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Frisco, TX 75034
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