Resisted Sprint Training: Heavy vs. Light Loads

The topic of resisted sprint training for the purposes of enhancing sprint speed continues to be a hot topic in strength and conditioning circles. A widely accepted general rule has been to avoid resisted loads of greater than 10% body weight. Heavier loads may alter sprint mechanics and result in less dynamic correspondence to non-resisted …

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