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I use the materials to train U14 girls at soccer. Some of the girls also run cross country and track, so your e-book is very useful. We consistently use the concepts of core strength and posture, as well as balancing heavy work days with lighter ones. I really enjoy the materials, including your email updates. Please keep it up.
I found the Training Kids for Speed manual very interesting. I have recently completed a Level 1 Basic Course to help my son who is quite talented. The manual will be a valuable asset to my growing library.
As a coach of sprinters and hurdlers i found your e-books very interesting. I met Paul Doyle from Speed Dynamics (Atlanta) a few years ago and learnt of the new biomechanics of sprinting from him. I think that you could include a chapter on acceleration and bring out the differences with maximum sprinting from a technique point of view. Other than that well done on two excellent books.
The information you provided has helepd my son's training in track. He has improved his form and oerformance. Greta job !
Books are very helpful. We have a sophmore 3200 meter runner that is currently running 9:50. The book should help him get faster. We will be putting the techniques into practice. I think the training kids for speed book will provide great ideas for a new recreation track program we are starting. I'm looking forward to using the info.
Very good information. It has confirmed my belief that middle distance runner must do more than just put in mileage and running only workouts. I like the suggestions and I am planning to implement new additions to our easy day workouts. Obviously, if all athletes were committed to the the same goal, we could make great progress. thanks for the e-book and I look forward to continued articles via e-mail.
I like your books. They are easy to read. I have not figured out how to implement your ideas into my program yet, but will work on it over the summer. The only thing that makes it difficult to implement new things that are more technical is how to teach it when you have 50 to 80 boy and girls of different abilities and interest to coach. If you have any ideas on how to do this please let me know (idea for a new book). Keep up the good work. Thanks
I thought the book was very informative I am trying to help my 11 yr old son run faster for both baseball and basketball. This book will help with that. I do wish there was some sport specific pages to help with specific sports. Thanks Very informative book.
The information was good and I found out that what we do for our track club is very similar, if not the same as you are teaching. It is reassuring that our coaches are on the right path to training our youth atheletes perform properly.
I ordered the Modern Speed Training e-book. This book is everything I hoped it would be in terms of speed development and sprinting. I coach elite sprinters and found the information very practical and useful. I would recommend this book to the coach who really wants to be on the cutting edge of speed development.
I thought your book, Training Kids for Speed, was excellent. My only suggestions would be to publish it in hard copy. Also, it would be good to include sample weekly/monthly training schedules--for beginners, intermediate, advanced; or by age group.
I am not a "middle distance" runner. I mostly race 5K and up but I feel many of the teachings contained in your book can be applied by those training for events right up through the ultramarathon.
Dear Steve Bennett and Staff:
Finally, I ran into a downloading issue when I inadvertently downloaded the e-book to my network and just wanted to thank you again for working with me on this one.
I'm looking forward to making future e-Book purchases.
All books - Kids Speed, etc were great. Owner was very,v ery helpful in solving download problems, information in books is excellent and I will definitely order more items!
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