sprinting

To learn to sprint properly, you should follow the same smart approach you would take to learn a lift.
The 'push off' theory of sprinting was disproved by science decades ago, so why are we still training it?
Regardless of background or genetics, this program produces incredible results for any athlete who wants to get faster.
Do this two or three times per week, and you'll be faster and fitter within a month
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