A huge amount of time, planning and preparation goes into creating a world-class sprinter. Sprinting - Training, Techniques and Improving Performance is an essential guide for all athletes at the beginning or development stages of their sprint careers who are committed to running faster. The book covers all sprint events from 60metres to 400 metres, as well as the hurdles and relay; principles of biomechanics, limiting factors and potential areas of capability; training and planning; prehab and avoiding injuries; practical nutritional advice and strength and conditioning. Whatever your level, this book provides valuable advice that will help you achieve your goal.
Sprinting by Chris Husbands
About the author
Chris Husbands is a qualified UKA Athletics coach and masters athlete with Belgrave Harriers and runs his own personal training business. He trains athletes from grassroots up to senior club competition level and has also worked with visually impaired and blind athletes in conjunction with Run England. Chris is also fitness advisor and consultant with the John Lewis partnership in London and he has contributed to various health and fitness magazines.
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