Potentiating Sprinting Speed with Heavy Sled Pulls

When resisted-sprint training started to become more popular in strength and conditioning circles, the rule of thumb was not to use sled loads in excess of 10% of the athlete’s body weight. The original thinking behind this “rule” was that loads greater than 10% are likely to alter the athletes sprinting mechanics. Though sprint mechanics …

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