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April 2012

April 2012


Dynamic Relaxation, Rhythm, Intensity Ė Learned from Drill Applications

by: Dale Baskett
Football Speed Specialist
© April 2012

There are three main components for sprint speed Ė relaxation, rhythm, and intensity. Connotations of the first two components Ė relaxation and rhythm Ė donít sound like normal football terms when you think of the mental mind set. Relaxation is an uncompromising term in the football world. When players walk on to a football field they donít think of relaxing. They donít even begin to think that itís a good idea.

Rhythm is a term that you hear sometimes in football. Itís usually referred to as something happening involuntarily, not always a practiced trait. For example, the flow of the game can have a rhythm. It can be what happens to a team or player, such as a QB. These three elements have a significant place in football when we speak of football speed and the proper training.

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