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with Lance Brauman,
former University of Arkansas Sprint and Hurdles Coach
In this instructional DVD, Lance Brauman shares his thoughts on developing speed and power for sprinters. The first phase focuses on Olympic Lifts for sprinters. Lifts include the High Pull, Hang Clean, Full Clean, Hang Snatch, and Snatch from the Floor. Staying in the weight room, Coach Brauman demonstrates the exercises that make up "Explosive Training." Moving to the indoor track, Brauman uses athletes to illustrate his speed and power drills. Here, Brauman covers a number of bounding drills - a key element to training sprinters. The fourth segment in Brauman's training program is hurdle mobilities. This well balanced workout will challenge sprinters and enhance their preparation. Speed and power training is the edge needed by sprinters at all levels, and this Track & Field DVD opens the door for you.
28 minutes. 2006.
with Lance Brauman,
former University of Arkansas Sprint & Hurdles Coach
In this instructional DVD, Lance Brauman demonstrates his program at Arkansas for training hurdlers. The first part of the DVD is dedicated to sprint and bounding drills - an important part of this training program. The next important phase is the hurdle mobility drills, which concentrates on eliminating swinging and minimizing contact with the ground. Featured in this DVD are Coach Brauman's unique wall drills create excellent teaching and technique. The Trail Leg Wall drill simulates the knee driving through the armpit, come through high and attack down the wall. A second hurdle is added to the Trail Leg drill that keys on the range of motion of the hip. This variation is excellent for lead leg technique. The plyometic portion of Brauman's workout includes depth jumps at various heights. Moving into the weight room, the High Pull, Hang Clean, Full Clean, Power Clean, Hang Snatch, Full Snatch and Snatch Squat are demonstrated. These drills can be implemented into any hurdle workout. Use of the drills shown in this DVD can enhance your speed, strength and preparation for the upcoming season.
28 minutes. 2006.
with Dennis Barker,
Augsburg College Track & Field / Cross Country Coach
This instructional DVD is loaded with 28 drills for speed and power training for the 800 meters. Coach Dennis Barker stresses that this race requires speed, strength and endurance to be successful. The first set of drills can be used as a dynamic warm-up and to reinforce proper technique. Tall running form is necessary and the stride creates a line of power into the track. Fatigue causes runners to lose form and slow down. The next set of drills are designed to improve endurance and strength during the pre-season conditioning period and focus on the whole range of motion. These drills stress good posture; work the glutes, hams and lower back region; emphasizes good sprinting posture; and strengthens the sprinting muscles. All of these dynamic drills will lead to the Jump Circuit later in the season. Pedestal exercises are the next set of drills, and they focus on strengthening the core. The final progression in Barker's 800 meter training program is hill sprinting and bounding. Coaches can learn how sprinters in the 800 meters can improve the strength, speed, change of pace, acceleration and how to put a strong efficient force down into the ground in their finishing kick.
25 minutes. 2006.
with Irving "Boo" Schexnayder,
Director of the CAP Elite Training Center;
2008 USA US Olympic Men's Track and Field Jumps and Multi-Events Coach;
USATF Master Coach;
former Louisiana State University Assistant Track & Field Coach
Speed and power are key elements of any successful jump. In this instructional DVD, Coach Irving "Boo" Schexnayder explains how these elements work to add distance to the horizontal jumps, and gives you several drills to help develop them in your athletes. These exerc
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