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To increase speed, an athlete must apply force in both _______ and ______ directions.
Physiological systems such as the skeletal, muscular, nervous, fascia-connective-tissue, and lymphatic all play an important role in how an athlete expresses force.
Fast athletes run quietly and take advantage of the ______ elements of the muscular-skeleton-connective-tissue systems.
Force expression requires uniform production from all three planes of motion.
Exercises like pogos, straight leg bounds and wall drive are key mechanical drills within the Parisi system that enhance force application.
Overall Acceleration is when an athlete increases speed from an existing velocity.
Pure Acceleration is when an athlete increases speed from a velocity of zero.
Forward body angle adjusts to the shin angle in which form of acceleration?
Fly sprints is an application example for which form of acceleration?
Pure acceleration has longer ground contact time than overall acceleration.
Maximum or top-end speed, is the highest rate of _____ an athlete can attain
Mass-specific force is how much force an athlete can generate relative to their body weight.
At maximum speed an athletes pelvis is in a ________ tilt.
“Upright Posture” refers to both pelvic position and __________ and ________ being stacked over each other.
At maximum speed, the hip flexors stretch to reduce the back swing of the recovering leg
Speed endurance drills and training are valuable for an athlete that is required to repeat high intensity sprints.
Speed endurance requires an athlete build a strong __________ base
When training speed endurance, _________ in effort is the most valuable training quality.
While training speed endurance, all training should be timed for reference.
As athletes progress from phase to phase in speed endurance, their should be an ________ in volume.