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Speed Exercises To Enlist Within Your Speed And Agility Exercise Program

Updated on August 8, 2010
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Speed Exercises

You'll find several excellent speed exercises you can do to help run faster. Speed exercises are key for anybody looking to enhance their speed as speed training demands a very detailed array of exercises. You will always need to correctly warm up before performing any speed exercises. Start off having a simple 10-15 minute run to get your muscles warm after which also do various stretching work outs too.

Below are a number of ordinary although extremely effective speed exercises to start with. As you improve and build up power and endurance you might like to develop your work out program more.

Lunges

In order to do a lunge start out with your feet a little less than shoulder width apart and make a long step forward with either one of your legs. Slowly lower your body mass down and push off your extend leg and come back to standing posture. Immediately do it again with the opposite leg. Do roughly 3 sets of 10 repetitions each.

Jump Squat

The jump squat is similar to a regular squat except that you need to use considerably less weight and also form is also distinct.  Begin as you would with a usual squat but when you begin to convey the weight back up you need to jump up rather than just standing up.  These are fantastic speed exercises to perform to intensify your explosiveness.

Box Jumps

Stand on a box that is about 2-3 feet high. Step off the box and the moment you land on the floor you should leap up as high as you are able to.  You want to reduce the amount of time you're on the floor.  When you contact the ground, jump up.

Sprints

Sprints ought to just be completed a couple times weekly.  You want to accomplish 3-5 sets of 30 yard sprints to help you to boost your acceleration.  This is one of the best speed exercises you are able to do.

Cone Hops

Utilize a 6-12 inch cone and hop from one side of the cone to the other.  You would like to restrict the amount of time you will be on the floor so the moment you come into contact with the floor instantly hop back over the cone.

Parachute Sprinting

This kind of speed exercises will require a speed chute or else one might drag a weight too. Complete quick sprints with the chute coupled to your waist.

Bounding

From a standing stance jump forward off both feet while swinging  your arms forward so you can get more momentum.  When you contact the ground jump forward again and go on for 6-8 jumps.

These are just a few of the various speed exercises one can perform that will help you improve your speed. You speed training should be diverse to help you ensure that you do not plateau. These speed exercises are a great place to begin to help you run faster.

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