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    Re: Top 20 Online Speed Coaches

    I'm baffled how anybody who frequents, Mike Boyle's, Bret Contreas, Jimson Lee Charlie Francis & Derrick Hansens sites could think that the former 2 could even be considered "speed training"...
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    Re: Reverse Leg press replacement

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=uqBQOh_w7XI&feature=youtube_gdata_player

    I'm partial to this apparatus.

    Also tying a band up to mimick the lever if the original machine is a decent option
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    Re: Gerard March's Manual

    Old speeder, my email address is ryanmwilliams17@gmail.com; I would appreciate it if you sent me the manual, thank you.
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    Re: Ubersense IPhone/IPad App

    Herb,

    Is the feedback with coaches eye better in terms of the video analysis itself (if so can you be specific?) or for giving notes, tips and audio breakdown with-in the video?

    Thanks.
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    Ubersense IPhone/IPad App

    I've been using an app on my Iphone called Ubersense (formerly Excelade) with my athletes and in my own training for about 3-4 months now and I can say that the app is very easy to use and has...
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    Re: Reverse Leg Press

    I've used the MB throws in my training and the throws into the pit are the base of our programming for the football team.

    For me, personally, I don't need a lot of development in my glutes or...
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    Re: Reverse Leg Press

    The first video is actually of me haha

    I employed this exercise during my preparation for college football last year and I use it now because of the reduced load it places on my spine.
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    Re: Asafa v Bolt in JAM

    Agreed. Bolts start looked good seemed like he didn't transition very smoothly post 50m. Very interesting that this is the fastest he has opened.
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    Re: Reasons for kneeling torso rotation exercises

    Angela,

    While I agree with everything you touched on, in my specific case I am not working with sprinters exclusively.

    In my mind, to effectively develop all of the requisite abilities needed...
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    Re: Reasons for kneeling torso rotation exercises

    No problem, devils.

    You can perform any of those exercises on one knee.

    Like I mentioned previously, as long as the kinematics are similar for the upper body (very, very similar) to the...
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    Re: Reasons for kneeling torso rotation exercises

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=g0FwgonJQRM&feature=plcp&context=C416f7baVDvjVQa1PpcFOokQ4rWSdo-beH4JzEjW3-pj4gEMSgOks%3D

    @devils Here are the exercises that I was speaking of; these are not...
  12. Thread: Gay Over Bolt

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    Re: Gay Over Bolt

    Didn't this happen in 2010?
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    Re: Reasons for kneeling torso rotation exercises

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=YllEFbdgW9M

    Is this what you are speaking of?

    If so, yes; this is used minus the strap quite often with our stretching series.

    Also, the spine stays neutral...
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    Re: Reasons for kneeling torso rotation exercises

    If they have adequate pelvic girdle suppleness, they can still achieve the 30 degrees of hip rotation while keeping the lumbar spine neutral (in terms of rotation) or within an orthopedically safe...
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    Re: Reasons for kneeling torso rotation exercises

    As long as there is proper rotation of the hips (30 degrees) then the rotational exercises are safe.

    Make sure the hips rotate and the lumbar spine will keep within its range of motion.

    These...
  16. Thread: Abs & Core

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    Re: Abs & Core

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=sihMOAmGIcQ

    I didn't watch the video you linked but here are variations that are low amplitude/intensity and can be used easily for endurance.

    These exercises...
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    American Football Preparation

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ijfx719l3Q8

    Video of Summer's Preparation for Football; leave for camp on Saturday.

    -Final Statistics:
    Height: 5'10''
    Weight: 225lbs
    10lb OHB MB Throw: 57'...
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    Along the lines of the subjecting of longer runs...

    Along the lines of the subjecting of longer runs for 'conditioning' and the monotony of the tempo runs:

    I prescribe various general strength exercises inter-set, coupled with abdominal and...
  19. Thread: Crash training

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    Omega-Wave and other HRV technology are able to...

    Omega-Wave and other HRV technology are able to give the function of the Autonomic Nervous System without any invasive testing, which can give an idea of when it is appropriate to continue with CNS...
  20. Thread: Ed Coan's

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    Yeah; I'd say you've had a substantial influence...

    Yeah; I'd say you've had a substantial influence on how I view sport training.

    All I was trying to get across was what you alluded too; that you must do a degree of trial and error through an...
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    You are pretty much right; at first you will...

    You are pretty much right; at first you will develop basic general fitness qualities (such as strength, speed, endurance, mobility, suppleness, etc.) via explosive med ball throws, alactic sprints,...
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    Max Jones Quad Test

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=H2ey_jRZ1Rk

    Video Montage from Max Jones Quad Test.

    Bench Press is not part of the test battery but I opted to test it anyway.

    Test Results:
    10lb OHB: 19yds...
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    Don't think 'in the weight room'; you can develop...

    Don't think 'in the weight room'; you can develop cross section via calisthenics (ergo push-ups, sit-ups, dips, etc.), reactive/elastic and explosive jumps, and sprints also develop cross section,...
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    'Strength' does not have to developed via...

    'Strength' does not have to developed via weightlifting or traditional strength training; Explosive MB Throws, Reactive/Elastic Jumps, and Alactic Sprints are more appropriate for a beginner.
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    I only lift primary weights 2x a week this block...

    I only lift primary weights 2x a week this block with no more than 10 repetitions for my top set work.

    Speed/Power work is also emphasized.

    Ex. Workout from Thursday:
    Warm-Up A (~25 min.) +...
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