Sprint Training

High Intensity Bike Sprints | Intervals For Speed, Conditioning, Fitness & Fat Loss

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High Intensity Bike Sprints | Intervals For Speed, Conditioning, Fitness & Fat Loss

What if there was a way to improve aerobic and anaerobic conditioning, burn fat while maintaining muscle mass, and that you could do all of this without running? Performance coaches and fitness enthusiasts alike have found that short and sweet interval workouts performed on an exercise bike such as a spin bike or indoor cycle can be a great way to achieve fitness, conditioning, or body composition goals. Even better, properly performed bike intervals can achieve these goals without killing your fast twitch muscle gains like you would if you went for long, slow runs. Who can high intensity interval...

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High School Sprinter Runs 9.98 - Crushes All-Conditions Record

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High School Sprinter Runs 9.98 - Crushes All-Conditions Record

Matthew Boling of Houston, TX, took down Trayvon Bromell's all-conditions high school 100 meter dash time. Matthew Boling, of Houston Strake Jesuit (TX) broke the high school, all-conditions 100 meter dash record in an amazing time of 9.98  in a +4.2 m/s tail wind. He ran this time at the UIL Region 3-6A meet in Webster, Texas. Previously, this record was held by Trayvon Bromell, who ran 9.99 in 2013 with a wind reading of +4.0 m/s. According to some reports, this is Matthew's first year running the open 100 meter dash! I'd love to see what sprinting workouts he has been using this...

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Sprint Faster By Using Your Legs As Hammers | Sprinting Workouts by ATHLETE.X

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  • To sprint fast, athletes must exhibit optimal technique. You can run faster if you learn to use your legs like hammers. Learn how, in this post by Cody Bidlow of ATHLETE.X!

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