Track & Field

It’s easy to tell when you have the wrong pair of running shoes — your feet will still be telling you about it long after you take them off. However, knowing when you have the right running shoes is a little more difficult. That’s primarily because running shoes have become significantly more sophisticated in recent years.

Right now there is a plethora of “sport specific” training tools out on the market. All of which have had some middling success. These devices and contraptions prey on the same people the fitness industry preys upon, the quick/easy fix population. Make no mistake though; there is no quick and easy way to get better at sports. Every aspect of getting better at sport is very specific and time consuming. So let’s cover a couple topics today, strength in sport and energy demand in sport.

  • Run Faster | Speed Training | Increase Speed
  • Hurdle Agility Drills & Tips for Great Hurdling : ABC Skip Hurdle Agility Drills
  • Hurdle Agility Drills & Tips for Great Hurdling : Hurdle Bounding Drill
  • Track & Field Training : How to Do Running Drills to Increase Speed & Efficiency
  • Track and Field Weight Training
  • Track and Field Ankling Sprint Drill | Track and Field Speed Training
  • Functional training for track and field with Kai Wheeler
  • Track & Field Training : How to Jump Higher: Plyometric Depth Jump
  • Track and Field Sprint Training Acceleration Drill
  • Track & Field Training : How to Increase Your Vertical Jump
  • Track & Field Training - Kettlebell Discus Drill
  • Clyde Hart's 200/400M Sprint Training Program