Month: May 2018

Hip Flexor Specific Conditioning: For the Steeplechase, Hurdles, Jumps and Sprinting

The hip flexor and associated areas of the body are often missed when creating suitable training programs for growing junior athletes and mature competitors. For information not available anywhere else, this book highlights the difference between a good…

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Fundamentals of Sprinting: A Guide for High School Sprinters

Building a solid sprinter on the high school level begins with the success of knowing the fundamentals. Fundamentals of Sprinting give readers a great developing approach to understanding how to properly teach and train sprinters for success. Winning…

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Sprinting For Weight Loss: How To Achieve An Accelerated Metabolism And Lose Weight Fast In Just 10 Minutes A Day (Weight Loss Tips, Running For Weight Loss, Losing Weight Fast)

A Faster Way To Lose Weight, If Not One Of The Fastest There are many methods to losing weight fast. When it comes to the best exercises for incredibly fast weight loss there are none better than the…

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Fast Kids Don’t Train Slow: The ultimate player’s guide to running faster

In ultimate, people like to say, “You can’t teach tall.” Lots of players also believe you can’t teach speed. This book is out to dispel that myth. Speed is a skill. You CAN learn to run faster. And…

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Charlie Francis Training System

The Charlie Francis Training System was a project set out to teach coaches how to coach. Francis was an Olympian in the 100 m in Munich in 1972 and once ranked number 5 in the world in the…

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Inside Professional Sprinting: How do professional sprinters train? Phases and training that they do before they start competing? How they lift and recover? … Training, Sprinting, Track and Field)

Inside Professional Sprinting Get this awesome Amazon book for just 2.99$. Read on your PC, Mac, smart phone, tablet or Kindle device. Always wondered on how sprinters at elite level train. Well you’re about to get a deep…

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Developing Speed (Sport Performance Series)

With Developing Speed, the National Strength and Conditioning Association has created the definitive resource for developing speed training programs that optimize athletic performance. Including assessments and the application of speed training to eight specific sports, this authoritative guide…

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The Sprinter’s Compendium

In this age of “social media” everyone is an author, a publisher. Talk is cheap, words are plentiful though frequently empty. Opinions proliferate, too often self-congratulatory with confirmation bias constantly reaffirmed. Little or no distinction is drawn between…

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HIIT – High Intensity Interval Training Explained

High Intensity Interval Training (HIIT) is now widely acknowledged to be the single most advantageous form of exercise for a wide range of fitness goals. When compared side by side to other forms of cardiovascular training, HIIT repeatedly…

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Research in Sprinting ~ What Science Says About Speed

There is no single greater concern of coaches and athletes in all sports than “how to run faster.” There is also no question more frequently left unanswered. Considerable inconsistency exists in the training of modern day sprinters. An…

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