with Ken Harnden, Florida State University Assistant Coach (Sprints); 2005 NCAA National Assistant Coach of the Year (Sprints).
Coach Harnden begins with an 11-exercise functional warm-up that incorporates flexibility and prepares the muscles and joints for the rigors of sprint training. The warm-up leads into hurdle drills where Harnden takes you through six drills that are critical areas for developing sprint mechanics.
- Develop more explosiveness out of your starts
- Learn how to run a faster first 30 meters
- Improve your relay exchange techniques