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    Re: Do you need SE for speed development

    I meant the length of the runs.

    Just to pin down your thoughts: do you see 14H (or 12H) as Speed Endurance work, or Special Endurance work? Its categorical evaluation would tell me whether its...
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    Re: Do you need SE for speed development

    Also—how do you run these 250s? Is it the same as running a 200... all-out full burn from 0m?
    Do you ever set down acceleration limits for these longer runs or do you feel that the long distance...
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    Re: Do you need SE for speed development

    Great answer Pioneer.

    That brings me to asking about the 8H-12H / 90-150m type work. How are you doing this? With 8H, is it too close to pure hurdle speed (a type of training with great CNS...
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    Re: Do you need SE for speed development

    What do others think of the use of SE1 (8-15s) SE2 (15s+) for sprint hurdlers?

    It seems that many top 110m hurdles are running 300s (famously David Oliver who ran a 8+x300m workout regularly). ...
  5. how much improvement in CFTS week to week? (for Flash and others)

    Hey All,

    The question that remains most unanswered for me when I study Charlie's material (and other's contributions on here) is how much change should there exist between weeks (microcycles) in...
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    Re: Technical advice for a young hurdler?

    Feb 1, 2018.

    I hope to do these training recaps once a week in this thread, of which was a serious pedagogical tool for me in high school for relying on giants to find out how to train.
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    Re: Technical advice for a young hurdler?

    Windsor for both provincial and national championships! Training is going very well right now :)
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    Re: Technical advice for a young hurdler?

    Here are some recent training videos from 2017.


    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=qfHxE50gIYk&t=4s

    I ran 14.20 over 110mh this year.
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    Re: "hammer and nail" idea of sprinting

    Cueing is a means to improve feedback loop between coaching and athlete, no? It's logical then that there are better cues (language that gets the athlete to execute what coach wants to see) or bad...
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    Re: "hammer and nail" idea of sprinting

    100%. Right on. I mention the cue "whip your hip back" because it is in the same in nature as the cue OP posted: "hammer the nail". I think 'stepping down' is an inadequate cue. Many athletes know...
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    Re: "hammer and nail" idea of sprinting

    Absolutely. An oversight on my part. The ground is important.

    I'd rephrase it this way: in sprinting, volition, aggression, violence, happens in full and big ranges in the air, while finishing on...
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    Re: "hammer and nail" idea of sprinting

    1. The swing leg is the leg in the air. The support leg is the leg on the ground. It is an important distinction.

    2. Nothing happens on the ground. Sprinting occurs in the air. By "whipping your...
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    Re: "hammer and nail" idea of sprinting

    I mean whipping your swing leg (and hip) back right under you when it is at the greatest knee height. This is an excellent video: https://twitter.com/atletico_dev/status/560599548897161218
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    Re: "hammer and nail" idea of sprinting

    I love this lesson. It's a lesson that's taken a couple years to teach me.

    I knew very early on in my own training that it's not just force, it's impulse that gets you down the track faster....
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    Re: Rio men's 200m

    Why is this??
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    Re: Rio men's 200m

    Definitely thought-provoking. I wonder how much this only applies to Andre in his unique situation. The guy already had a 9.92 PB from last year and is a genetic freak. Would someone with much lower...
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    Re: Rio men's 200m

    How do people interpret this line from de Grasse's coach?

    https://twitter.com/StuartMcMillan1/status/766997966712221696

    "For those who think you have to sprint maximally to get faster - not...
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    Re: Technical advice for a young hurdler?

    Time flies!

    Biggest lessons I've learned in the past 5 months...

    Ran 14.76 over the sticks this year. Thought I was capable of running 14.1... things aren't that easy!
    I opened up with a...
  19. Re: Training a bunch of high school athletes (asking for feedback)

    Ghosting...

    How the season went...

    Perhaps it was not ideal for the athletes who wanted to qualify further into championships and eventually OFSSA (=Olympics to anyone in Ontario)... but with...
  20. Thread: 2016 races

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    Re: 2016 races

    Great clinic on mechanics tho. Seems to have let them get away too far too long.
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    Love the perspective James. Tenacity should always be upheld. Will seriously take your considerations.
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    Re: Good Feature on Gemili from April 13 2016

    Very good example of reusing elastic energy in his strides through stacked joints. Good video James.
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    Good stuff lkh. Always forget how good stadium runs can be in teaching big ranges. Think I never loved them because I myself could push long and hard without ever stepped in the stadium!

    For most...
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    James I love the idea but it's definitely a riot in application. I figured anything requiring equipment is a no-go because of the sheer size of the group. Would be a good option on days where less...
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    The biggest preoccupation I'm dealing with is teaching them how to push.

    I want to make sure every session, we are getting better at acceleration.

    When I get a lot of them hold a fence to do...
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