Discover Everything You Need to Know About Developing Speed, Strength, & Power in Your Athletes
If you're looking for a quality 'go-to' resource when planning speed, strength, and power development for your athletes, Travis Hansen's 'The Speed Encyclopedia: A Team Sport Athlete's Complete Guide to Speed Development,' is a coaching resource you want in your personal library!
What You Will Learn In The Speed Encyclopedia
In this 242 page ebook, Travis Hansen provides the training science behind speed development for athletes on all levels, including high school, collegiate and even professional athletes. His simple approach to addressing techniques and practices geared toward improving the results of your sprinters will transform your sprints program in no time!
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Video Library Access & Reno Speed School Warm Up Manual ($37 Value)
Instead of wasting time searching YouTube for drills, lifts, & exercises, Travis gives you direct video links to 55 different training activities, saving you countless hours in preparation.
The warm up manual is no simple list of exercises. This 39 page text contains training theory and methodology behind Hansen's 5 Phase Warm Up System, as well as images and teaching instructions for all the activities contained in the manual.
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Take A FREE Look At A Chapter: Speed VS. Conditioning
"There are at least 2 reasons why traditional philosophy fails in this department and it is always at the expense of the athlete. First, coaches, athletes, parents, etc. are unwilling to cut out any conditioning whatsoever. There is an actual reason why we have what is called an 'OFF‐Season' although it’s never followed these days. Athletes continue to train 6‐7 days per week at high intensities in their sport, and wonder why they do not get faster or more athletic. The idea of prolonged recovery periods during sprint workouts and between workouts in an attempt to let athletes refresh so that they can become faster is unspeakable... Second, many coaches feel that athleticism, and thus speed, is a God‐given skill that cannot be improved. This is wrong because...
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- 242 page "Speed Encyclopedia" ebook ($67.00 Value)
- 39 page Reno Speed School Warmup Manual *and* 55 exercise video library ($37.00 Value)
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To your success,
Owner - Complete Track and Field
USTFCCCA Event Specialist (Sprints, Hurdles & Relays)
USATF II (Sprints, Hurdles & Relays)