Learning progressions will use specific cues that will be demonstrated using examples of world-class sprinters, charts, and easy to remember commands.
Sprint Technique .
Proper technique is fundamental in performance, and poor technique is actually a limiting factor in most athletes’ speed development. Good technique will allow a runner to move his or her limbs quickly and safely. Poor technique will result in poor movement efficiency, braking forces, and overloading of certain muscles and joints that could lead to injuries. Technique is the most trainable and essential component in sprinting.
Learning the basics in techniques is key when training to increase speed. The winning philosophy is to teach your body how to move before you are taught to move fast. Learning progressions will use specific cues that will be demonstrated using examples of world-class sprinters, charts, and easy to remember commands. We will teach the body how to explode before we teach the body how to perform sprints for a prolonged time (wind sprints). Practice does not make you perfect, perfect practice makes you perfect.