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The Best Speed Workshop I Have Attended in the Last 10 Years—Or Maybe Ever

There are a ton of different ways to try to improve your speed. First and foremost, you need to decide what it is that you are trying to improve the most. Are you trying to get more explosive and quick? Or do you want to be someone that, once you open up stride, no one can catch you? With that last part, you need to be honest with yourself and do a quick assessment of your body before training.

Key Takeaways:

  • For the people that are looking to get fast, focus on your own body over anyone else’s.
  • No matter what anyone tells you, know that it is hard to get much more speed to your arsenal.
  • If you are natural fast, it is easier for you to improve things like acceleration and explosiveness.

“Recently I had the great privilege of listening to Boo Schexnayder, one of the godfathers of modern track and field. Most coaches are aware of Boo’s impressive results at Louisiana State University, and of his great educational treats at conferences.”

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