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Developing Speed

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With "Developing Speed," the National Strength and Conditioning Association has created the definitive resource for developing speed training programs that optimize athletic performance. Including assessments and the application of speed training to eight specific sports, this authoritative guide provides all the tools needed for maximizing speed.
Author: Ian Jeffreys
Published by Human Kinetics on 07/17/2019
Book details: 215 pages.

Developing Agility and Quickness

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The ball handler who fakes and then drives past a defender for an easy score. A pass rusher who leaves a would-be blocker in his wake on the way to sacking the quarterback. A setter who manages to maneuver both body and ball in the blink of an eye to make the perfect pass for the kill and match-winning point. These are all reasons agility and quickness are such prized physical attributes in modern sport. Efforts to become markedly quicker or more agile, however, aren’t always successful. Genetic limitations, technical deficiencies, and inferior training activities are among the major obstacles. Developing Agility and Quickness helps athletes blow past those barriers thanks to the top sport conditioning authority in the world, the National Strength and Conditioning Association. NSCA hand-picked its top experts to present the best training advice, drills, and programs for optimizing athletes’ linear and lateral movements. Make Developing Agility and Quickness a key part of your conditioning program, and get a step ahead of the competition.
Published by Human Kinetics on 10/10/2011
Book details: 200 pages.

Training for Speed, Agility, and Quickness, 3E

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The ultimate training resource for athletes and coaches includes more than 262 exercises and drills, programming, and exclusive access to online video library. Assessments provide parameters for individual programs and sport-specific training.
Published by Human Kinetics on 11/13/2014
Book details: 312 pages.

Training for Sports Speed and Agility

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Speed and agility are central to success in a wide range of sports. Training for Sports Speed and Agility is the first evidence-based study of all those aspects of athletic preparation that contribute to the expression of speed and agility during competition. Drawing on the very latest scientific research in the fields of strength and conditioning, applied physiology, biomechanics, sports psychology, and sports medicine, the book critically examines approaches to training for speed and agility. This book further explores the scientific rationale for all aspects of effective training to develop sports speed and agility, comprising a diverse range of topics that include: assessment strength training for speed and agility development speed-strength development and plyometric training metabolic conditioning mobility and flexibility acceleration straight-line speed development developing change of direction capabilities developing expression of agility during competition periodization. Every chapter includes a review of current research as well as offering clear, practical guidelines for improving training and performance, including photographs illustrating different training modes and techniques. No other book offers a comparable blend of theory and practice. Training for Sports Speed and Agility is therefore crucial reading for all students, coaches and athletes looking to improve their understanding of this key component of sports performance.
Author: Paul Gamble
Published by Routledge on 09/12/2011
Book details: 190 pages.

Speed for Sport

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This title features more than 100 exercises specifically designed to help increase speed, agility, and reactions.
Author: Paul Collins
Published by Meyer & Meyer Verlag on 12/01/2008
Book details: 208 pages.

Underground Secrets to Faster Running

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High school phenomenon Allyson Felix used this strength training system to run the fastest 200 meters in the world in 2003. Based upon physiology and physics, it incorporates the most recent studies in running mechanics. This training program will dramatically increase running speed, jumping height and muscle power for all athletes.
Author: Barry Ross
Published by Lulu.com on 11/01/2005
Book details: 90 pages.

Soccer Speed

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Soccer Speed addresses all aspects of speed, including physical conditioning, tactical skills, and mental strategies, with 36 drills and small-sided games. Players will learn to retain and regain possession, change direction quickly, master one-touch passing and receiving, and employ strategies to unbalance the opposition.
Published by Human Kinetics on 08/27/2014
Book details: 216 pages.

Strength and Conditioning for Sports Performance

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An effective strength and conditioning program is an essential component of the preparation of any athlete or sportsperson. Strength and Conditioning for Sports Performance is a comprehensive and authoritative introduction to the theory and practice of strength and conditioning, providing students, coaches and athletes with everything they need to design and implement effective training programs. The book includes a clear and rigorous explanation of the core science underpinning strength and conditioning techniques and gives a detailed, step-by-step guide to all of the key training methodologies, including training for strength, speed, endurance, agility, flexibility as well as plyometrics. Throughout the book the focus is on the coaching process, with every chapter highlighting the application of strength and conditioning techniques in everyday coaching situations. The book also includes a unique and extensive section of sport-specific chapters, each of which examines in detail the application of strength and conditioning to a particular sport, from soccer and basketball to golf and track and field athletics. The book includes contributions from world-leading strength and conditioning specialists in every chapter, including coaches who have worked with Olympic gold medallists and international sports teams at the very highest level. Strength and Conditioning for Sports Performance is an essential course text for any degree level student with an interest in strength and conditioning, for all students looking to achieve professional accreditation, and an invaluable reference for all practising strength and conditioning coaches.
Published by Routledge on 04/28/2016
Book details: 724 pages.

Jumping Into Plyometrics

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Features the latest research on plyometrics and describes one hundred plyometric exercises to enhance speed, quickness, strength, power, coordination, balance, and jumping capacity.
Published by Human Kinetics on 07/17/1998
Book details: 177 pages.

Complete Conditioning for Tennis, 2E

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Increase shot power and on-court speed and agility with the most comprehensive tennis conditioning resource available. Combining 204 drills and exercises with online access to 56 video demonstrations, the only strength and conditioning resource endorsed by the USTA will help you outlast the competition.
Published by Human Kinetics on 06/28/2016
Book details: 304 pages.
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