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9.69? 9.58? 9.63? Those three numbers can mean only one thing? Usain Bolt and the greatest 3 races we have seen in this lifetime. No argument there, though some may argue the 9.79 back in 1988 was THE greatest. Another post, another time for that discussion. Onto the research paper? A Kinematics Analysis of the [...]
If you are preparing for high school cross country NOW in June, then this product may be of interest to you. If you are just sending kids off to the summer to simply do mileage, and tracking that the total mileage, I can tell you this video series will benefit you and your team. Scott [...]
There is an interesting presentation on Repeated Sprint Training in Normobaric Hypoxia by Harvey Galvin (UK) at the Altitude Training and Team Sports Conference in Aspetar, Doha (Qatar) in March 2013. We know High intensity training in hypoxia can augments peripheral adaptation as well as improves endurance performance. But what about sprinting? Speed? Speed Endurance? [...]
I have a reader who has trained for the 400m and has seasonal PRs of 12.0 and 24.0 for the 100/200m, but recently ran the 400m in 53.8 with 200/300 splits of 25.4 and 38.6 (i.e. last 100m in 15.2) (NOTE: electronic times rounded up for simplicity in mathematical equations) At this point of the [...]
This new series is guest blogged by Doug Logan. Doug Logan was the CEO for USATF from 2008 until September 2010. He was also the CEO, President and Commissioner for Major League Soccer from 1995 to 1999. To read more about his background and involvement in Track, Soccer, Rugby and the Music industry, read my [...]