Doc Kreis breaks down the area of speed like never before. His speed-strength training model is made up of four components: Absolute strength, explosive strength, starting strength and reaction strength. Each component depends on the other for maximum athletic performance. An athlete who is sound is all four components will progress in speed and in strength. Successful performance and survival in competition events requires all four components. The coach is responsible for setting the vision for your players. Key parts of the vision are plan, preparation, and execute. In this program, Speed days are Monday and Friday, while Tuesday and Thursday are for Change of Speed training. Speed training is broken down into the start, the run, and the finish. The "UCLA Football Field Setup" speed course is shown on the overhead and provides a detailed look at the drills and exercises used during the speed and change of speed days. In his enthusiastic style, Coach Kreis explains in detail his program that can be used to make great improvements in speed on the field.
110 minutes. 2007.
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It had some good points to it, but not great. It is a clinic presentation and most of the attendees were not paying attention after a few minutes. I let a friend watch it and he thought about the same as I did. Basic message of this video is make a plan, stick to it, evaluate, and make changes accordingly. Does not show you any techniques, drills, or a sample plan.
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