Bursting through the the line, beating the defense down the court or going from first to third on a routine single comes from being fast. And no athlete is ever satisfied with their current speed. Get faster with speed training workouts from elite athletes in all the major sports, and discover secrets and techniques that can improve your footwork or your athletic ability to shave precious seconds off of your time—no matter what sport you play.
Latest in Speed Training
If you're a strength and conditioning coach you'll have to frequently answer athletes questions about ways to get faster? And the reason athletes want...
By: Erick Avila
I'm tired. Not because I've been running intervals all day, but because reading article after article of recycled babble making bold claims about the...
By: Scott Gunter
Quick physics lesson: how do we get faster? Well, acceleration (a) equals force (f) divided by mass (m): a = f / m So if we want to accelerate faster...
By: Tony Bonvechio
Strength training done right will make you faster, done wrong and it is a waste of time. Your program must include these four building blocks if you are...
By: Corbin Lang
Latest Videos in Speed Training
NFL linebacker Austen Lane pushes through his off-season training session with position-specific field work, acceleration and lower-body lifting.
Drew Brees, New Orleans Saints All-Pro quarterback, performs BOSU Lateral Switches during the off-season with coaching by Todd Durkin.
Rett Larson of Velocity Sports Performance shares tips on how to increase sprinting speed through core strength.
In this training video, Olympic sprinter Rodney Martin performs a series of Resistance Belt Drills with coaching by Cedric Hill.
Olympic sprinter Rodney Martin performs 30-Meter Sprints as part of his on-track speed training with coaching by Cedric Hill.