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Item #7087
  1. Speed matters!
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Speed matters!

Speed matters! In this four-part presentation, Don Chu shares exercises and drills that encompass all of the components necessary for developing and improving speed for all athletes. Chu begins with a dynamic warm-up progression for movement and flexibility that prepares an athlete to partake in the rigors of speed development training. In Part 2, Form Running, Chu shares a drill progression that trains proper running form that is most conducive for optimal speed. In Part 3 he moves to start speed, which features drills that enhance an athlete's starting ability. In Part 4, Top Speed and Finishing, Chu shares drills to develop and measure top speed along with two methods that athletes can utilize for successfully completing a race or speed test. He concludes with a segment on Lateral and Change of Direction Speed. These drills assist with the development of fast feet and enhancing directional change. 34 minutes.


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