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June 2010

June 2010


Speed Report: Combining In-Season Conditioning with In-Season Speed Training

by: Dale Baskett
Football Speed Specialist
© June 2010

The answer is usually not well-received. My reply is that we need to understand how the game is played physiologically. If you run athletes hard and often with short recovery time between efforts, your athletes are being exposed to overtraining. Consequently, you’re training the wrong metabolic system and will not be tapping the proper system that is required. Limited recovery with constant brutal sprinting is going to keep the heart rate at maximum levels. The heart rate should have a chance to recover to learn how to drop sufficiently on any given break. Volume and low recovery constitutes quantity, not quality.
Let’s break it down and learn to apply useful energy placed specifically to maximize the energy system used when playing the game. We are too fixed on what can easily become hand-me-down information from y....The full article can only be seen by subscribers.
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