3 Essentials of Speed-Strength Training
Use a cohesive approach that includes sprinting, jumping, strength training, and conditioning.
Develop sprinting technique and run timed sprints. Measure, record, and track your progress.
Weight train for speed and power, including exercises for the oft injured calves, hamstrings, and patella and Achilles’ tendons.
Have you ever asked yourself?
- How should I strength train to improve running speed, jumping, and/or power in sports? Should I include muscle mass training?
- How can I train oft injured areas, such as the hamstrings, calves, Achilles tendon, patella tendon, and knees?
- How should I structure my speed training?
- How should I interval train to improve conditioning without wrecking my other training goals?
- How can I put everything together into a cohesive system?
If you’ve said yes to any of the above, you can benefit from Path Athletics. Our programs are custom made for sports and activities that demand both speed and strength, such as team sport athletes, skiers, snowboarders, adventurers, track and field athletes, and as adjuncts for runners and cyclists.
Since speed, strength, and power impact so many aspects of sports performance and injury risk reduction, nearly every athlete can enjoy a better sporting experience if they develop these key athletic abilities.
Getting started is simple.
We provide camps throughout the year, including 2 camps during the fall semester, 2 camps during the spring semester, and a summer camp.
Fall Semester Quarter 1 Camp
August 12 – October 11 (9 Weeks)