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    Re: Andre De Grasse and Chijindu Ujah With ALTIS

    Quote Originally Posted by RB34 View Post
    Have you played around with any longer FEF (30-30-30) drills - Charlie did FEF over 60?
    No, I don't think it makes any sense doing that distance.

    For me I don't ever remember doing much of it if ever outdoors.

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    Re: Andre De Grasse and Chijindu Ujah With ALTIS

    Quote Originally Posted by Angela Coon View Post
    No, I don't think it makes any sense doing that distance.

    For me I don't ever remember doing much of it if ever outdoors.
    These are Charlie thoughts: That is an option, especially if speed work is on the grass though I might be inclined to go FEF, FEFEF, and back to FEF because as you go farther into the program the other speed work becomes more demanding and would compete too much with FEFEF. This is of course is related to sprinters and Bo's protocol would be more amenable for jumpers with shorter distance speed requirements.

    Article from Boo Session 3: Speed Development. This session employs sprint-float-sprint efforts to accomplish true absolute speed development. A sprint-float-sprint is a run that features an aggressive acceleration to maximal velocity, then maintenance of maximal velocity for 0.5 to 1 second. The runner then performs a relaxed sprint of 20 to 30 meters at slightly less intensity, and concludes the effort with another maximal velocity phase of 2 to 3 seconds. Distances should be chosen and efforts constructed to provide the two maximal velocity segments that correspond with the given timeframes. Typically the first sprint segment ends at the 45 to 50 meter mark, and the second sprint segment is 20 to 30 meters in length. When used in this phase, typical sprint-float-sprint sessions use 4 to 5 runs over a course of 90 to 100 meters. Recoveries between runs should be complete and long enough to ensure quality of work.

    More notes from max velocity notes:
    V-Max Development
    ▪Wicket Runs
    ▪Fly-In Sprints (20-30 Accel + 20-30 Flys)
    ▪Sprint-Float-Sprint 80-120m
    ▪Segment Runs 90-150m (Med/Fast/Faster)
    Hurdle Hops – Fast Contact Time
    Long Jump Series
    Bounding Series – Fast Contact Time
    Jog to Rhythm Bound
    MB Throws

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    Re: Andre De Grasse and Chijindu Ujah With ALTIS

    No more trust the process as I have heard today that CJ Ujah and Andre De Grasse are gone from ALTIS

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    Re: Andre De Grasse and Chijindu Ujah With ALTIS

    Quote Originally Posted by wermouth View Post
    No more trust the process as I have heard today that CJ Ujah and Andre De Grasse are gone from ALTIS
    Wow... I wonder where?

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    Re: Andre De Grasse and Chijindu Ujah With ALTIS

    Don't know yet. I'll ask around

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    Re: Andre De Grasse and Chijindu Ujah With ALTIS

    Maybe it's just a gosip, having said that the source is quite reliable.

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    Re: Andre De Grasse and Chijindu Ujah With ALTIS

    That would be a great move. Aaron Brown is progressing. Anyone know who is coaching him?

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Jb_6DlEN8V4

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    Re: Andre De Grasse and Chijindu Ujah With ALTIS

    Quote Originally Posted by Actuary400m View Post
    That would be a great move. Aaron Brown is progressing. Anyone know who is coaching him?

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Jb_6DlEN8V4
    Not atlis.....

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    Re: Andre De Grasse and Chijindu Ujah With ALTIS

    Quote Originally Posted by Actuary400m View Post
    That would be a great move. Aaron Brown is progressing. Anyone know who is coaching him?

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Jb_6DlEN8V4
    Dennis Mitchell.

    Recent article- http://www.cbc.ca/sports/olympics/su...view-1.4693658

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    Re: Andre De Grasse and Chijindu Ujah With ALTIS

    Quote Originally Posted by Balance View Post
    Jgat may need to head back....I think he was to quick to ditch dennis.

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