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    Re: Coach Ange's blog

    Look, I'm not saying these things to prove I'm right. Obviously I am pointing out an error in myself and seeking help for it. I did not come here to debate. But yeah I agree that I should be doing...
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    Re: Coach Ange's blog

    What you mentioned about confidence is really important too. I think the bottom line is that confidence shifts things to the hind-brain (good for speed). On the opposite end of the spectrum would be...
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    Re: Coach Ange's blog

    Yeah idk. I think that my emphasis on acceleration work is because I seem to run a lot differently out of the blocks than from a standing start. I simply cannot generate the same speed without having...
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    Re: Coach Ange's blog

    Ange, I've said it before and I'll say it again. We all are so fortunate to have you hosting this site and honoring your husband's legacy. The information here is invaluable. Reading the books is...
  5. Re: Seeking advice, ridculous times and inconsistencies

    Hey Ange, thanks for your thorough responses. To answer your questions, since the pandemic I have been working less and have more time and energy to devote to training. For the past several months I...
  6. Seeking advice, ridculous times and inconsistencies

    Hi all, been a while since I've posted on here, but constantly am reading through old threads. Thanks Ange for maintaining this goldmine of information.

    So basically I have been training more...
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    Re: How to and how not to sprint

    He didn't really provide any info or tips, it was definitely a bit of a sales pitch. However that being said, it's still interesting to hear an experience like this from an athlete's perspective,...
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    Re: Ben Johnson Zurich 1987 9.97 -1.2W

    No doubt. Stu is one of those guys.
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    Re: Ben Johnson Zurich 1987 9.97 -1.2W

    Idk, I think all those groups of individuals were full of athletes with different abilities and running styles.

    Carl was taught to accelerate through 60 meters by Tom Tellez. No, he does not look...
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    Re: Wickets/Mini Hurdles

    That's what he might tell you.

    He also claims he doesn't instruct or coach athletes, and that it is someone else's job - I agree with that, he really shouldn't be coaching people based strictly...
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    Re: Wickets/Mini Hurdles

    Yeah at the end of this article Chidi also talks about how LHR has been pounded into the ground to the detriment of many athletes today. It's comical that places like "Fast University" are promoting...
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    Re: How to do Flying 30's correctly

    One thing I know Charlie advised against was trying to maintain top speed for 30 meters for a fly zone. He focused more on holding the sprint position for the last 10 meters or 20 meters for flying...
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    Re: Athletes who want to "work the ground"

    Thanks Balance and Chris. Upon closer inspection, part of the excessive GCTs may be due to a lack of tensegrity in the deep front line (he has a history of an abdominal issue from several years ago)....
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    Athletes who want to "work the ground"

    "Charlie always pointed out was that as you get stronger and faster you actually lose the sensation of pushing against the ground"

    That's a quote from Flash in an old thread. So I have an athlete...
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    Re: Men's 60 Yard Dash - 1985 Millrose Games

    Yeah I'd like to see Angella's 50m world record too. Couldn't find it on youtube.
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    Re: RB34 Training Journal

    Just finishing. Going the distance, like Rocky, right?
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    Re: Ralph Mann Software or alternative

    My views on Mann have changed to a lot to paralysis by analysis and false ideals. That is not to deny that he does bring up a lot of valid and interesting data. But he's basically trying to act like...
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    Re: RB34 Training Journal

    This is the Babylon of the forums lol
  19. Re: Master Coach Charlie Francis Oly / What do you think?

    I guess Baker Mayfield is riding Hue Jackson's wave lol
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    I was thinking today about world-class coaches, and how underrated Charlie's perspective is. As a national and world class athlete himself, Charlie was able to empathize and communicate with such...
  21. Re: Master Coach Charlie Francis Oly / What do you think?

    Well it definitely is. You can ask your buddy Jas about it.
  22. Re: Master Coach Charlie Francis Oly / What do you think?

    I can't speak for Stu, but this comment brought to mind an experience I had dealing with Altis a couple years back. I applied for that completely volunteer internship (which you have to pay for) with...
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    Re: Master Sprint Times

    Unfortunately "simple doesn't sell" in this day and age. It seems people today are sold more on the garnish as opposed to simple, quality main ingredients.
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    Re: Master Sprint Times

    https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/28376340?fbclid=IwAR1YekyvI4tropv_9lYTktuPyFz4JzQAM4y_2v2aJhafzh_sA38qpItSctU
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    Re: Master Sprint Times

    Well I don't want to get into all the sociological and biological theories, there is a lot of assertions out there. But there certainly are legitimate longitudinal studies out there which show a...
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