Tag Archives: Sprinting

PA Radio – Episode 212: Derek Hansen

 Run fast, Be Fast. Derek Hansen has a an extensive background in making athletes faster. A pupil of the infamous sprinting coach, Charlie Francis, Hansen has […]

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PA Radio – Episode 177: Jim Kielbaso

  Let the Kids Play. Have you ever seen someone run and thought “Is this literally your first time?” Do you coach youth who are on […]

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Speed 101: Arm Swing

Speed is king Thought only to be a gift, however if broken down correctly into chunks, speed can be developed. There are two limiting factors for […]

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Battle Bullshit: Skill and Speed Resistance Training

We at Power Athlete have declared war on the bullshit in the strength and conditioning world. Lately, I’ve been seeing athletes and training sites showing off […]

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VIDEO: The Wall Drill

The Wall Drill. A simple and effective drill to incorporate into your training as a skill/drill, warm up, or part of conditioning. The caveat is this: you or your […]

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Sprinting: Five Fixes

In the last Sprinting installment, we discussed the differences between Volume and Intensity Sprints and how to safely and effectively incorporate them into your training.  But, […]

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Training and Thinking Outside the Box

Be honest. Don’t you sometimes miss those old school days where you would roll up to Average Joe’s Gym, say hi the other regulars, put the […]

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Lactic Acid and Training – Part 3: Lactic Tolerance

The first two installments of the Lactic Acid and Training series have shown there is more to lactic acid than meets the eye.  The many theories […]

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Lactic Acid and Training – Part 2: Alactic Threshold

In the first part of the Lactic Acid and Training series, Power Athlete shed some light on the theories behind the effects and purpose of lactic acid […]

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5 Fallacies of High School Football Off-Season Strength and Conditioning- PART 2

Part 1-Part 2-Part 3 The Off-Season for a football player is such an opportune time to focus on development. Reviewing where one fell short of expectations […]

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IS DORSIFLEXION YOUR ACHILLES HEEL?

As a field sport athlete, injuries are almost inevitable. I was fortunate to make it to college injury free, but two weeks before the first lacrosse […]

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