sprinting

A new study compares a running start with blocks to other methods more applicable to non-track athletes.
Heavy lifting has a known PAP effect, but new research suggests a more practical solution for field athletes.
Changing up your run training with stairs and hills helps improve agility skills, speed, muscle endurance, and so much more.
Sprinting speed is an important factor in many sports, but in contact sports sprinting momentum might be a better way to gauge performance.
Plenty of studies have shown the PAP effect in regards to weight training. A new study asks whether it also improves sprinting performance.
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.
Most sports do not involve running fast in a straight line, but rather developing speed in a multi-directional way. Here's how you actually get faster for your sport.
Every Sunday we post the "Sunday Seven" so you can quickly see the 7 most popular articles of the week. This week: BJJ, Grok, 52 ways to get off the floor, and more!
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.
Scientists discovered that towing a weighted sled with about 13% of your body weight can improve a 30m sprint significantly. Time to bust out some weights and start dragging!
Scientists examine the factors affecting reaction time and determine they are less neurological and more dependent on things we can actually train and improve.
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.
Anaerobic training. You may have heard the phrase, but do you know what it is and why you should consider doing it? Let's look at this hated, but beneficial training mode.
Scientists took a close look at sprint performance and determined four things that made a difference in run times. Even though they're small, these techniques can make a big difference.
People my age have no business doing certain exercises. I think there should be a rating system for exercises, with some rated R for "restricted movement" and mature athletes just shouldn't do them.
Maybe it sounds crazy, but new research shows a simple way to improve your sprinting times is to lift heavy ten minutes before you run. Not five, not twenty, but ten minutes before - and heavy!