Triphasic Speed Training Manual for Elite Performance: Part 1 The Spring Ankle Modelby Cal Dietz
In the world of sports, speed is king. Whether the goal is to break a collegiate record, compete at the international level or even move up just a few draft spots, athletes spend thousands of dollars every year training to become faster. Every hundredth of a second an athlete can shave off their times can potentially lead to thousands or even millions of dollars. This equation leads to athletes and coaches consistently searching for the best track workout or weight room exercise that can trigger an adaptative response that will lead to producing quicker times. However, too often they are overlooking the very structure that is solely responsible for transferring force and power into the field or track.
This manual exposes you to the biggest changes in Structure and function of the foot, The Spring Ankle model exercises produce the most dramatic changes in running mechanics seen in athletes in many speed sports.
Cal Dietz has been an Olympic Sports Strength and Conditioning coach for numerous sports at the University of Minnesota since 2000. During his tenure, Dietz has trained athletes that have achieved 540+ All-American honors, 10 NCAA Team National Champions, Teams that have won 34 Big Ten/WCHA championships teams, 29 Big Ten/WCHA Conference tournaments, 22 NCAA Final Four appearances, He has consulted with Olympic and World Champions in various sports and professional athletes in the NHL, NFL, NBA, MLB, MMA and Professional Boxing.