POWER & SPEED DEVELOPMENT


12 ARTICLES + 127 INFOGRAPHICS + 1 POWER POINT

UPDATED JUNE 27 – 2017


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POWER


RECOMMENDATIONS: 6 → INFOGRAPHICS – JUNE 22 – 2017
RESISTANCE TRAINING: 4 → INFOGRAPHICS – JUNE 22 – 2017
RESISTANCE TRAINING – BEARDSLEY: 3 → INFOGRAPHICS – JUNE 17 – 2017
POST-ACTIVATION POTENTIATION – STRENGTH BEFORE POWER: 1→ ARTICLE + 7 → INFOGRAPHICS – JUNE 17 – 2017
POST-ACTIVATION POTENTIATION – POWER BEFORE STRENGTH TRAINING/SPORT: 8 → INFOGRAPHICS – JUNE 17 – 2017
ASSYMETRY: 1 → INFOGRAPHIC
STATIC STRETCHING: 1 → ARTICLE
PLYOMETRICS: 6 → INFOGRAPHICS – JUNE 17 – 2017
PLYOMETRICS – BEARDSLEY: 5 → INFOGRAPHICS – JUNE 24 – 2017
PROGRESSION OF JUMPS & PLYOS INFOGRAPHIC: HANSEN
UPPER BODY: 1 → INFOGRAPHICS
VERTICAL JUMP: 3 → INFOGRAPHICS – JUNE 17 – 2017
VERTICAL JUMP – BEARDSLEY: 23 → INFOGRAPHICS – JUNE 27 – 2017
HORIZONTAL JUMP – BEARDSLEY: 2 → INFOGRAPHICS – JUNE 27 – 2017
AGING – NEUROMUSCULAR: 3 → ARTICLES
AGING – STRENGTH TRAINING: 4 → ARTICLES
AGING – OXIDATIVE STRESS: 1 → ARTICLE
AGING – TORQUE DEPRESSION: 1 →
ARTICLE

SPEED & ACCELERATION-DECELERATION-CHANGE OF DIRECTION


MASTERS – MUSCLE FIBRE TYPE: 1 → ARTICLE
MECHANICS: 6 → INFOGRAPHICS
ACCELERATION & DECELERATION & CHANGE OF DIRECTION: 12→ INFOGRAPHICS – MAY 13 – 2017
TRAINING METHODS: 1 → INFOGRAPHICS
REPEATED SPRINT ABILITY: 1 → INFOGRAPHICS
MUSCLE INVOLVEMENT: 10 → INFOGRAPHICS
STRENGTH TRAINING: 12 → INFOGRAPHICS – JUNE 10 – 2017
DOWNHILL SPRINTING: 1 → INFOGRAPHICS
SLED: 7 → INFOGRAPHICS

INTERVALS & TEMPO


INTERVAL TRAINING: 1 → INFOGRAPHICS
INTERVAL TRAINING: 1 → POWERPOINT
TEMPO TRAINING:
1 → INFOGRAPHIC
5 → INFOGRAPHICS + ARTICLE
TABATA EXPLAINED → ARTICLE

2013 European Indoor Masters Track Championships 60 metre
Watch these Master’s Athletes compete. They are really something. While very few of us over 60’s, or for that matter anybody at any age, can run like these folks, it nevertheless shows all of us what can be done when one trains hard into old age.
(1) Men 60-64. Women 60-64: www.youtube.com/watch?v=c7EUeVhR1kc 
(2) Men 65-69. Women 65-69: www.youtube.com/watch?v=lZUNsBawX4M …
(3) Men 70-74. Women 70-74: www.youtube.com/watch?v=aFGqsLh145U …
(4) Men 75-79. Women 75-79: www.youtube.com/watch?v=7-N0N5Kea8g 
(5) Men 80-84. Women 80-84: www.youtube.com/watch?v=741JiwIrwO0 
(6) Men 85-89. Women 85-89: www.youtube.com/watch?v=PfMk6tc
(7) Men 90-94: www.youtube.com/watch?v=p5OhyOYYLWI …

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