Think speed can’t be learned?
Speed is a skill…just like any other.
The mistake many coaches and athletes make is to ignore the “skills” required to become faster, and focus on working only the strength and conditioning end of things.
They spend precious little time learning the technique of greater speed.
They’re just born with it.”
I have a slow team
Either you have it or you don’t…”
These are some of the incorrect statements you hear with the topic of speed comes up.
Certainly, there are individuals with greater “natural speed”. But, think about it…if that’s ALL there was to the equation, then only the very fastest athletes on any team should be running.
We know that doesn’t happen.
“Faster” athletes get beaten off the start…
They regularly get outplayed and left in the dust by supposedly “slower” athletes.
Because most people approach speed as a ‘given’, not as a skill to be learned,
improved and brought to the surface.
Once you view speed as a skill, you can then focus on “How”!
That’s where learning from the best can help…
If speed is a skill, once you know HOW to teach it changes can come incredibly fast…as soon as 1 day.
Now you can discover the key to improving speed in a single workout.
You can learn to avoid the classic mistakes most people make when it comes to learning and teaching speed.
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