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sprint training

A smart approach to sprint training can help you add power without risking injury or loss of strength.
Regardless of background or genetics, this program produces incredible results for any athlete who wants to get faster.
An athlete’s ability to accelerate, decelerate, and accelerate again is the name of the game.
If you want more top end speed, loaded sprints are the way to add horsepower.
A new study found when it comes to recovery mode and duration, the interaction between the two is what matters most in optimizing sprint performance.
The weight vest is frequently used as a progression tool. A new study asks whether using a weight vest can improve sprint times.
Sprinting is often characterized as an anaerobic exercise, but does it affect the aerobic system? New research suggests sprinting intervals also have aerobic benefits.
A new study asks what technique athletes should do to get maximum acceleration from short sprints. The key seems to lie in stride length, leg strength, and a good start.
There are so many abdominal workouts out there, but few of these will give you the same overall results that sprinting does. Here's how sprinting works your abs, and how to sprint properly.
The debate about strength and cardio rages on. This time, researchers wondered how adding a few bike sprints into a workout routine would affect strength and power.
Sprinting is a great way to increase agility as long as you do it safely. Here are ten articles to guide you in your sprint training.
A recent study compared the effects of combined weighted sled training and sprint training against traditional sprint training on 10 and 30 meter speed in professional rugby players.
Can strength training make you a faster sprinter? And is there a difference between the results in a recreational versus elite athlete? Find out what the researchers discovered.