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|Subject: ||RE: Leg speed velocity, Foot speed velocity, and everything related|
Sew Max wrote:
Yup Yup wrote:
an 800m guy wrote:
Question for the experts: Sometimes my coach will have us run a few hard 60m sprints at the end of a workout. These aren't strides. They're actual 100% all out sprints. I'm wondering what the purpose of these sprints is. Are we building leg speed, or foot speed? I assume that one drill could not develop both, could it?
That was back in the days when we did not have such a handle on properly focused training. If you want to compete with the best you are going to have to understand and apply specific training methods to increase your capability in at least six areas:
Leg speed velocity
Foot speed velocity
Knee lift elevation angle
Knee lift angle velocity
For the correct drills to improve in each of these critical areas just send me $299.99 for your very own dvd with all this and more.
It's up to you. How bad do you want it?
You left our forefoot angle. Not to be confused with foot speed or knee lift angle.
And also microfibers. Microfibers and their negative impact on running form.
Yea, those massages are really important for getting rid of microfibers so you can get proper knee lift elevation angle.
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