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SimpliFaster
Blog devoted to athletic speed development.
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The most important time to develop speed and quickness is between the ages of 8 and 13. via
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We’ve found it to be a game changer for allowing athletes to visually see “intent” on each rep, 100% effort at sub max loads were often closer to 95-90%. One set is enough to do the trick and they keep the lesson for life! Making squat jumps competitive has been another use.
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“A muscle can become wired better, not just stronger from getting bigger or changing shape.” pointing out a common misconception in training. Sprinting remains undefeated. via
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Jump Testing, Strength Standards, and Assessment for University Athletes - SimpliFaster via
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