Flakes and Fakes  [SHIN SPLINTS 2015]


Flakes and Fakes  [SHIN SPLINTS 2015]

http://speedendurance.com/wp-content/uploads/2015/01/Doug-Logan-basilica-of-elms.jpg Monday morning. Up at 3:45 AM in order to catch the 7:00 AM Jet Blue flight from Tampa to New York JFK to teach my classes. First day of the spring semester at NYU and I am excited to “get the party started”. The irony is that I am flying into a Nor’easter, nicknamed [...]

2015 SVSP: NFL Combine Training


2015 SVSP: NFL Combine Training

Four weeks ago in Indianapolis, 14 athletes began their hopeful journey to the NFL at St.Vincent Sports Performance. Over the last month, this group of elite college football players participated in a number of drills surrounding speed development, strength-training and their individual positions. All of this will eventually lead them to the most important tryout [...]

Want Speed? Try Hex Bar Deficit Training


Want Speed?  Try Hex Bar Deficit Training

http://speedendurance.com/wp-content/uploads/2015/01/hex-bar-dead-lift.jpg Let’s face it, at this point in 2015, there are not very many unique techniques left that can be employed to get athletes faster. In this article, I’m going to introduce and discuss one that I hope is still relatively unknown in the arena of speed development. The method is referred to as “Deficit” [...]

Can a 11.3 100m Sprinter run a 43.18 400m WR? In Theory, YES


Can a 11.3 100m Sprinter run a 43.18 400m WR?  In Theory, YES

http://speedendurance.com/wp-content/uploads/2015/01/Frankie-Fredericks.jpg When a young laddie shows up at the track with a PB of 11.3, I tell him, “Son, if you ran your 100m, kept going for 400m without slowing down, you would break Michael Johnson’s World Record!” Yes, it’s true.  Unlikely, but the math adds up. So how can a guy whose PB is [...]

Email Newsletter

Categories

Archives

Followers