This guidebook gives essential advice on increasing speed-which is something any of us can do. Reluctant runners and athletes will be surprised by how much faster they can be through following these training tips and speed-improving practices. The informative and encouraging text also explains the body mechanics behind performance improvement.
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The Need for Speed
Principles of Speed Training
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