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The Exercise That Helped Allyson Felix Become a High School Track Superstar

Allyson Felix got really fast, really quick. Felix didn't start running track until she was a ninth grader at Los Angeles Baptist High School (Nort...

How Justin Gatlin Saved His Career By Building The World's Most Efficient Sprinting Form

The year is 2010. Justin Gatlin, six years removed from winning the Olympic gold medal in the 100-meter Dash, is a shell of his former self. He's f...

Justin Gatlin Reveals the No. 1 Sprinting Mistake Slowing Down Young Athletes

Father Time can't catch Justin Gatlin. The 35-year-old American sprinter may be one of the oldest athletes in his sport, but he's still chasing dow...

This Overlooked Aspect of Sprinting Is the Key to Getting Faster

Your body can experience forces up to three times your body weight when you're sprinting, according to many reports. You must be able to withstand these...

4 Strength Coaches Provide Their Favorite Conditioning Drills to Help You Quickly Get in Shape

Conditioning is as essential to your game performance as is the strength and power you spend hours developing in the weight room. Without conditioning...

Latest Videos in Sprint Training

How to Perform Falling Starts

Falling Starts are a great drill for building and reinforcing proper body angle during the acceleration phase of a sprint.

Improve Your Explosive Reaction Time With AJ Hawk

To improve his reaction time, explosive speed and agility, Green Bay Packers LB AJ Hawk performs the Resisted/Assisted Reaction Series at D1.

Increase Your Sprint Speed With Velocity Sports Performance

Rett Larson of Velocity Sports Performance shares tips on how to increase sprinting speed through core strength.

LaMarr Woodley Super Treadmill Training

See how Lamarr Woodley, Pro Bowl OLB for the Pittsburgh Steelers, develops his speed and powerful stride with the Athletic Republic Super Treadmill.

NFL RB Ryan Mathews T-Drill With Mini Hurdles

To improve lateral movement and change of direction ability, San Diego Chargers feature back Ryan Mathews performs a T-Drill With Mini Hurdles with coaching by speed development specialist Sherman Armstrong.