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The Excelsior 6 week speed training programme
Speed kills and fast athletes can defeat the opposition by getting to the ball quicker, or running around them.
Sports people are sometimes labelled early on as “fast” or “slow” and then left to their own devices.
There is only one Usain Bolt, but every athlete can learn to run faster.
I have created this programme to give athletes the best advice that they can then use for the rest of their training lives.
You can buy the Run Faster ebook here it contains a detailed 6 week training programme with video clips.
“I have already seen an improvement in my speed over various distances and have begun sharing with my football team leading to similar improvements. There are many more generic pre-prescribed `programmes’ out there but it is difficult to find anything as comprehensive and holistic yet easy to follow as `Run Faster‘. The mixture of text and video makes learning an enjoyable process.” Alex Thomas.
Individual Run Faster coaching
If you would like to train with me personally, then this is what you will receive on the Run Faster programme.
- Musculo- skeletal screening.
- Six 1:1 coaching sessions.
- Six week speed training programme for running.
- Specific weights exercises to enhance your running speed.
- Running technique coaching.
- Access to exclusive video clips.
- Bonus: Training diary and the Excelsior 10 week core training book.
The overall themes may look something like this.
Are you ready to Run Faster?
All this for only £300. Call me now for a no obligation chat.
The access to expert advice on training and coaching in the STS has been extremely beneficial when guiding Helen (15) through different stages of her physical development. Time is very precious and especially as busy parents of even busier teenagers, we need all the help we can get. As well as following the programme, it has been really useful to dip into certain topics as and when situations occur. Advice on how to prevent and counteract knee problems was certainly helpful when Helen started complaining that ‘her knees were hurting’ directly after competitions.