What effect does very heavy sled towing have on sprint performance?

Sprint-resisted training involves towing a sled of a given load for the purposes of developing increased force production and stride length. Sprint-assisted training involves the athlete receiving assistance during the sprint, enabling a greater stride rate and higher velocity than can be performed without the assistance. The optimal load for sprint-resisted training has been debated …

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