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    Re: World Speed Summit 3

    There are tons of pro groups in Florida. Omar Brown (VCB's husband) also trains out of Montverde Academy, and I didn't get a chance to go see Dennis or Omar on this trip.

    Brooks Johnson is also...
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    Re: World Speed Summit 3

    Hi everybody,

    I just saw this thread right now. I'm glad to see some of you enjoyed the event- it was awesome to have Ange come on again.

    I was able to say goodbye to winter for a week right...
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    Re: Most effective type of squat

    What's with the username change?
  4. Re: Hannah Cunliffe makes front page Seattle Times, and video

    Hello all,

    I happened to have dinner in Seattle with Mike Cunliffe the week before Hannah ran 10.99, and I can assure you he is well aware of her arm issues.

    It's something that Kevin Tyler...
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    Re: Short to Long with Team Sports

    One of the questions you have to answer is who is your specific athlete population? What sport do they play, how old are they, and how fast?

    If they are developing athletes, are they at a...
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    Re: Hep 800m training

    Hi NYCJay,

    Is there a particular reason you think her 800 is so much worse than expected? That's pretty far off what one would expect based on her speed. Does she have any anxiety or breathing...
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    Re: Experiment in progress.

    Hi Wermouth,

    I'm working out of a new location this year, with an all-new group of high school kids. I've relocated to a spot that is centrally located (close to subway station) and basically cut...
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    Re: Experiment in progress.

    Wermouth,

    Thanks for sharing! This is an awesome thread. I'm working with a high school group this year and we've been on the hill recently too. Our program isn't a whole lot different than what...
  9. Re: physics-of-falling-says-professional-athletes-are-running-wrong

    Thanks again science...for nothing!

    Michael Johnson ran with a monstrous pelvic tilt which I don't think is at all desirable. He definitely was able to get his leg to recover quicker than most,...
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    Re: Update on my current training

    You have a standing offer to come up here and work with my guys for a session. Shoot me a PM, schedule a date, and we can go from there.

    T
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    Re: Update on my current training

    Brett,

    "Less is More, And More is Less."

    This quote hangs on the wall in my home for a reason.

    You are trying to learn how to sprint. None of these complex progression schemes mean anything...
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    Re: Update on my current training

    Hi Brett,

    I would counsel against attempting three high intensity days per week. The three day per week HI graph is an example given for a high level athlete with a MASSIVE training background....
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    Re: 2015 races

    All top USATF coaches work with Mann for a period of time during the year. Tyson has a hard time with biomechanical changes, he is a "slow learner" so to speak. Also, it can't help that he just...
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    Re: 2015 races

    I agree, it's hard to see him putting himself out there and risking getting beat by Gatlin. Maybe he has more pride than we think though!
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    Re: 2015 races

    I asked Ralph about Gatlin at the IAAF Level 5 course, he said they were working on his overstriding and thought he had 0.01 in him if they sorted it. He got great conditions in Doha and got 0.03-...
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    Re: 2015 races

    Mann is exclusively contracted to USATF, and works with numerous USATF pro coaches. You can contact him for individual stuff but expect to pay large if he will even do it.
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    Re: 2015 races

    The shortened stride length is a result of Mann influence. Ralph's daughter lives in Orlando, so he ends up spending a fair bit of time with Dennis's and Lance's groups.
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    Re: Asafa slow motion block start

    First of all, Vicaut's start was the shits! Look at how much faster Asafa gets his foot down and starts pushing. There is minimum one hundredth there, probably more like two or three.

    Vicaut look...
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    Re: Asafa slow motion block start

    Hey Wermouth,

    Sorry I forgot about this post! Well the short answer is it's definitely not easy. The first thing I did is got away from all the powerlifting / Olympic lifting coaches, because they...
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    Re: 2015 races

    Considering that Ben got checked by Waldemar between every rep at the height of his career, I'd say having a good team of therapists is a necessity.

    Remember that Toronto has a very high...
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    Re: 2015 races

    His coach is coming to an AC conference being held in July here in Toronto, and I know De Grasse's chiropractor well- I'll find out!
  22. Re: Ben Johnson documentary from 1988 before Olympic Games.. in japanese

    Great find Pavel! Gonna watch this one repeatedly and try to make a Japanese friend to translate.
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    Re: Charlie Francis and his influence

    Let me clarify. The key legacy of the UK revamp was their coaching education program which was run by Kevin Tyler, who was obviously massively influenced by Charlie. The classic UK approach of doing...
  24. Thread: Anaso Jobodwana

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    Re: Anaso Jobodwana

    Anaso is a great guy! Super technically too.
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    Re: Asafa slow motion block start

    The toe drag is a motor learning approach to teaching low heel recovery. Toe dragging isn't absolutely necessary I don't think, but low heel recovery is an indication that your pelvis is in a neutral...
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