To exercise consistently, you need to provide a good supply of high-quality energy to your working muscles. The easiest way to to this is to eat a balanced breakfast and continue eating a variety of high-quality foods throughout the day.
Carbohydrate in the form of glycogen is the fuel that makes exercise possible, so adequate carbs must be eaten each day if you hope to train consistently. Protein and fat also have a place in your diet and should be consumed daily. In general, each meal should contain a varied combination of carbohydrates, protein and fat.
Speed training with Coach Randy Smythe is by far the fastest road to success and the safest. You’ll use many great training tools that make training fun. Emphasis is placed upon rehearsing and refining skills of speed and power. Coach Randy conducts his training sessions from 60 minutes to 120 minutes, depending upon prior arrangements. You can have sessions one-to-one or in small groups (up to 6 people). The overall theme is body control, and low emphasis is put on cardiovascular development.
Some of the drills you need to get fast
Some of the exercises to gain strength for speed
Our Adult program is unique. We base it on baseball spring training. This way there is a purpose and goal beyond just running and losing pounds. No athlete enjoys a screaming coach and an endless series of exercises. Baseball pre-season is filled with activities that develop the athlete for movement, for action, for performance. Similarly, adults need more than just exercising.
Some of the exercises for metabolic training
For decades Coach Randy Smythe has helped coaches learn to teach speed. In 24 countries he has instructed coaches on how to prepare athletes for optimal speed and explosive power. Learn the scientific method of speed development blended with 40 years of coaching top athletes.
Some of the drills to teach speed