What is the one trait that you wish to have on the competitive field of play that you can do better than your opponent? For me I would have to say speed. With the ability of speed itself, and the conditioning to match, I know that I can not only be faster than my opponent, but I can be faster for the entire duration of the competition. The ability and the conditioning have to be one in the same. After all, what good is speed if it is only temporary? Tune in to the following 2 drills to learn how to obtain total athletic performance.
1. Loaded Bounds Into Sprints: This is one intense drill that is sure to give you the edge you are looking for. This drill is great for developing linear speed, explosive muscular power, and overall dominant athletic performance. To start this drill you will need a couple of things. You will need at least 30 yards of running space and a weighted vest. Weighted vests usually come in a variety of weight, but you can start with a 20 lb vest for this particular drill. To begin, line up on the marked line. Start jumping (double leg bounding) for the first 10 yards and then quickly transition in to a full sprint from the 10 yard marker to the 30 yard marker. You will quickly see how intense this drill can get!
2. Loaded Alternating Leg Bounds Into Sprints: This drill is set up and performed exactly like the drill explained above. The only difference is that with each bound you will alternate bounding off of each leg. Alternate your legs bounding from left to right all the way to the 10 yard marker and then immediately transition into a sprint from the 10 yard marker to the end of the 30 yards. This will certainly help you to develop serious leg power and the overall athletic ability to match!
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