In sports nothing more important than speed. The more force you can generate to propel yourself forward, the faster you will run. When you want to perform at a higher level speed, strength, flexibility, and power are the key factors to being a faster athlete.
In speed training, all athletes should understand the posture and mechanics required to attain and maintain maximal velocity mechanics. As athletes transition out of the acceleration phase and into upright sprinting, they must achieve good stride mechanic and a strong arm force to match the force produced by the lower body.
Peak Athletic Performance Speed Training Will Improve:
- Flexibility for Range of Motion
- Explosive Power for Overcoming Resistance with Force
- Acceleration for the Ability to Exert Power Forward
- Max Velocity to help achieve Top End Sprinting Mechanics
- Proper Running Form