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Speed Training With The New VertiMax V8 Unit

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Published on May 20, 2008

www.vertimax.com - Watch this exclusive video to see how to develop your true speed potential by properly focusing on both the leg drive and leg pulling power components of the speed equation!

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Athletic speed and quickness is primarily a function of leg drive power and leg pulling power:

Speed & Quickness = Leg Drive Power + Leg Pull Power

99% of all athletes and speed trainers focus too much on developing leg drive power while severely neglecting the development of leg pulling power. Basically, most athletes neglect development of half the speed equation when trying to improve speed! Don't make this mistake or you will likely never develop your full speed potential!
Traditional speed and performance training consists mainly of weight training, plyometrics, speed and agility drills, running with parachutes and pulling sleds. All these exercises focus primarily on over loading and improving the power producing capabilities of the quads, glutes and calves, the muscles that provide driving power when our foot is planted on the ground and pushing. That's great for developing power to increase our drive velocity and speed when the foot is planted on the ground. However, when your foot leaves the ground, how fast it can accelerate in the direction you are running and make ground contact to drive again, is the other half of the speed equation. Power to generate airborne foot speed will greatly impact how fast you are! And guess what? The muscles that provide the power to accelerate the airborne foot are NOT the quads, glutes and calves they're the hip flexors, abductors and adductors.
Unfortunately for most athletes, traditional speed training protocols do not over load and target the hip flexors, abductors and adductors to improve their power producing capabilities. That is not a good thing if you are trying to improve your speed. Think about it, when you consider all your speed training protocols, when do you apply a resistance to your airborne foot? If you are like most athletes the answer to that question is unfortunately "never". Which basically means you can be significantly faster than you are now.
The patented VertiMax V8 speed training system is every athlete's and coaches' solution to this speed training problem and it is the training vehicle that will develop your speed and acceleration capabilities to new levels. Our new V8 training system in the world with the ability to load the legs when the foot is planted AND airborne while athletes are performing acceleration drills at sports specific speeds. This training technique that only VertiMax can implement, will dramatically improve any athlete's explosive power, overall speed, acceleration and deceleration capabilities and WILL develop a more capable, formidable athlete on any field of play.

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