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Item #6937
  1. Train for Speed
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Train for Speed

with Chris Doyle,

University of Iowa Football Strength and Conditioning Coach

Coach Chris Doyle offers over 48 explosive speed drills suitable for all athletes. Progressing from non-competitive drills to pure-competitive drills, Doyle makes "working out" a fun activity. He emphasizes the importance of applying proper PAL mechanics and force within each linear and lateral drill. Applying these techniques will enhance your athlete's ability to accelerate and change direction; the most common movements performed in competition. Ropes, bands, sleds, cones, and tennis balls are used within these drills to improve reaction, speed, quickness, and agility.

26 minutes. 2005.


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