Track Training Philosophy
Maximum’s philosophy on training sprinters is founded in improving stride length, stride frequency and the efficiency of their bio-mechanical patterns. We aim to increase sprinter’s force production, in the right direction, and performed in a very short amount of time.
Based on these skills, sprinters must develop:
- Joint stability, and connective tissue strength through the ankle, knee, and hip complex (to support and stabilize explosive linear actions)
- Posterior chain strength and power (to develop strength through glutes, hips, and legs)
- Reactive ability and quickness (for explosiveness out of the blocks),
- Core strength (to stabilize lower lumbar spine, and to aid in control of large motor movements)