Training for Sprinting Speed and Acceleration

The winning endurance runner's secret weapon
Andrew Hamilton

There is something incredibly pure about speed.

Take track and field, for instance. The 100m, 200m and 400m events produce an exhilaration that other events rarely match. That’s because sporting audiences world-wide appreciate the very high pace at which they’re run. So the anticipation to see who is the fastest, who can break records, who can win race after race, keeps you on the very edge of your seat.

Endurance runners also have to be able to turn on the pace when it comes to the crunch which is why you can’t afford to be without this insight into the tools and techniques you need to become a faster sprinter.

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A timely guide for serious athletes designed to separate fact from fiction, and arm you with the latest knowledge to improve your own sprint ability.


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Andrew Hamilton BSc Hons, MRSC, ACSM, is a sports science writer and researcher specialising in sports nutrition. A lifelong endurance athlete himself he has worked in the field of fitness and sports performance for over 30 years helping athletes to reach their true potential.