Not much going on this weekend in terms of collegiate and post-collegiate meets, so I thought I’d share the women’s fast heat of the mile from the Husky Classic. I’m lucky to work with Sara Vaughn who PRed in this race by running 4:38.6. [Read more…]
The idea that you would do plyometrics in the sand was foreign to me before Mike had athletes demonstrate these sand routines for our second DVD. The idea is simply that plyometrics, in the most simple terms, are any activity that has a quick coupling of eccentric and concentric contraction…which makes sprinting arguable the most intense plyometric activity a distance runner would ever undertake. Take a look at the Atacama routine.
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