Dramatically Improve Speed
and outPerform in
every sport

Speed Training – What They Never Told You!

In order to run more quickly there are certain muscle fibers that must be worked out in order to increase speed. Training those certain muscle fibers can be done with resistance training. The muscles that are used for speed are different than those that are used to build strength. Increasing your strength training, which is what a lot of athletes try to do, can actually slow you down because you are not training the right parts of your muscles.

Key Takeaways:

  • Isometric band training is the single most effective way to quickly increase speed of muscle contraction?
  • Isometric training using variable resistance elastic exercise bands is the technique you will learn to develop the fast twitch muscles in your legs.
  • For speed, fast muscles will nearly always be more important than strong muscles.

“Having fast muscles is not the same as having strong muscles and you can not get faster contracting muscles by training for strength using traditional weight training routines – in fact that could actually make you slower.”

Read more: https://athleticquickness.com/speed-training/

 

Share, Print or Download (with or without images):

Leave a Comment

How to Become Faster Than Ever!

Free Lessons on Getting Faster!

Free Exercise on Video & How to Get Faster Than Ever Before!
Running Speed Lessons
We respect your email privacy!
One click unsubscribe anytime.

Dr. Larry VanSuch’s Training Used Worldwide by Athletes at Every Level.

Seen here with David Oliver - USA 110m High Hurdles Champion.

Get Your Own Speed Training Program.

img10

Outperform your competition like never before starting in days!

NFL Cornerback Sprints Fastest 40 Ever!

runs fastest 40
AQSpeed Trail Blazer:

Mark Parson

NFL Cornerback Runs Fastest 40 After One Week of Training

Breaking Records

img10
AQSpeed Trail Blazer:

Anthony Chesson

Breaks 200m Southern Classic record set by NFL Pro-Bowler

Becomes 2 Time All American!

img10

AQSpeed Trail Blazer:

Darrell Wesh

ACC 200m Gold Medal
HS 60m National Champion
2 Time Collegiate All American

Goes From 2nd String Sub to State Honors!

img10

AQSpeed Trail Blazer:

Mick Baker

Smallest player, batting 4th, leads team to Iowa State Championship, Named Tournament RBI Leader

0