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Hurdle Drills

Hurdle Drills By Tony Veney One of the things that’s a little different aside from frequency and stride length as far as hurdling is concerned and sprint hurdling, as opposed to regular sprinting, is the big split that you are going to get between the legs as a hurdler attacks and moves through their hurdle…

Common Sense Rehabilitation Guidelines

Common Sense Rehabilitation Guidelines Boo Schexnayder, LSU 1.    In the initial stages of rehabilitation, you are trying to gain as much strengthening as possible with as few repetitions as possible. This is to strengthen surrounding musculature while minimizing the number of flexion/extension maneuvers. Basically, the goal is to achieve the highest possible ratio of strengthening…

Managing Training Adjustments for Speed and Power Athletes

  Introduction For years, periodization has been the buzz word associated with process of planning, sequencing, and detailing various training cycles in order to achieve athletic improvement and insure that the best results come at the most critical times. Periodization is a convenient process. While there is an art to it, following the basic tenets…

Boo Schexnayder’s Complete Training Inventory

Training Components and Exercise Circuits By Boo Schexnayder RELATED: Get Coach Schexnayder’s Complete Training Inventory on DVD. Warmup Preparatory Routines Mobility Jog Circuit Weave Backwards Run Side Shuffle Right Side Shuffle Left Arm Circles Arms Across Crossover Run Static Flexibility Routines Capella Hansen’s Back Series (L-R) Spinal Roll Hands Behind Back Elbow/Obliques (L-R) Calf Stretch…

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