Solutions for Athletes: One Dimension of Support


Solutions for Athletes: One Dimension of Support

Athleticism is the culmination of multifactorial components assimilating perfection at the same time.  In the Track & Field athlete participating in the arduous length of an Indoor, spring and summer season challenges these components.  Much like a high performance IndyCar® at the Indy 500 cannot go the distance without engineering feedback, tire changes and chassis [...]

Solutions for Athletes: WEBO to Kazan


Solutions for Athletes: WEBO to Kazan

SVSP talented associates are assisting athletes, coaches, parents, agents, NGB’s and CEO’s from Boone County, Indiana to Kazan, Russia.  Our team of coaches, dieticians, sports psychologist, athletic trainers and physicians are selected by Indiana athletic directors and school boards, CEOs and NGBs to provide oversight services for their athletes.    Our SVSP teams are called [...]

Stu McMillan’s Strength and Speed Series (for Coaches)


Stu McMillan’s Strength and Speed Series (for Coaches)

http://speedendurance.com/wp-content/uploads/2015/07/Stuart-McMillan-WAC.jpg In case you missed it, here is a start of a huge multi-part article that is so good, it should be a (paid) book or ebook.  But it’s not… it’s free for sharing, and contributing. The best is yet to come, as Derek Evely hasn’t contributed to the series… yet.  All of these articles [...]

Why You Need 5-7 Races to Get Sharp for a Championship meet


Why You Need 5-7 Races to Get Sharp for a Championship meet

http://speedendurance.com/wp-content/uploads/2015/07/LEquipe-Usain-Bolt-races-2015.jpg If I had 2 words to describe a 100m sprinter, that is: Energy Distribution A good start sets you up for the entire race, but don’t forget all the parts of the race. Reaction time.  First step clearance. Drive phase. Transition. Max Velocity. Speed Endurance. The 100m race is a series of 5 to [...]

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