Speed Improvement Focus: NEURO-BIOMECHANICS OF MAXIMUM VELOCITY SPRINTING

The most widely used technical model of the running stride comprises three phases: the Drive, the Swing and the Lift. However; using this model, and emphasizing the development of strength to meet the aim of applying more force to the ground, many coaches neglect the neuro-physiological aspects of sprinting technique and may limit their athletes' performance in the Maximum Velocity Phase of the 100 meters, known as the key to success in the event.

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