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Why Arm Drive Drills for Speed Training Aren't That Important

Many athletes and coaches tend to think that arm drive is the magic solution to sprint faster. It's not, although it does provide a strong secondary...

How to Peak Correctly for Your Season

Most athletes don't actually strive to remain in peak condition at all times. Staying in peak condition is grueling, and requires lots of devotion and...

The Sprinting Form Mistake That's Slowing You Down

Many of you aren't reaching your potential sprinting speed, and it's all because of an all too common form mistake that's actually taught by many coac...

3 Strength Training Methods to Help You Reach Your Speed Potential

One of the most frequent question coaches get is... Can I get faster? The short answer is a big YES! You can definitely improve your speed. The long...

How John Ross Shaved .31 Seconds Off His 40-Yard Dash in 6 Weeks

  Wide receiver John Ross accomplished the nearly impossible when he broke Chris Johnson's 40-Yard Dash record time of 4.24 seconds with a lightn...

4 Proven Ways to Get Faster

Most athletes want to get faster. Speed means you can get to the ball quicker, outrun opponents, and potentially have a huge impact on the outcome of...

This Sprinting Technique Drill Will Improve Both Your Speed and Agility

An Agility Technique you better learn to get quicker I must warn you right off the bat that the drill I'm about to promote and share with you is not...

3 Explosive Exercises to Increase Acceleration

In the world of sports, they say speed kills. The truth is, acceleration is what really separates elite athletes from the rest of us. In most sports,...

The Optimal Warm-Up for Sprinting and Speed Drills

When it comes to sprinting fast, having a focused speed training warmup that activates the proper muscles and grooves the correct motor patterns is...

The Homemade Training That Propelled Lonzo Ball and His Brothers to Basketball Stardom

The first time Lonzo Ball did a Pull-Up, he was 4 years old. By the time he was 12, he was bench pressing and sprinting up hills a mile long. And when...