Get prepared for next season by taking advantage of your Fall, Winter, Spring & Summer training!
Here at Speedcity, we believe that you need to train year round to ensure that you are always progressing toward your ultimate goals.
Most athletes should take some time off during the off-season, but too much time off can lead to stagnation or a loss of athletic qualities. As such, a strength, power, and conditioning focused annual program is a great way for you to maintain and improve athletic qualities during the off season, preseason and competitive season without working so hard that you are burnt out by the time your season gets to the major championships.
In this program you will get:
- 32 weeks of high quality training for the 400m dash.
- Great balance of sprint training and strength training for building a base specific for sprinting performance.
- Strength, power, and conditioning workouts.
- Enough training to get you ready for next season, but not so much that you are burnt out or over-trained by the time you get back to your major competition.
To be successful as a 400m dash sprinter, you need to be fast, strong, and powerful. Most of the time, athletes develop these qualities during in-season training, but then fail to maintain them over the summer or in the off season.
Instead of losing progress this off season, utilise this off season 400m dash training program by Speedcity to ensure that you are fully prepared for your next season.
PLEASE NOTE: These programs are for athletes coming back into the sport or beginning athletes learning for the first time how to train properly. These are not the same as the programs we run in our day to day athletics squad. The online programs does not come with extra advice. You must purchase Online & Remote Coaching to receive a personal coach that gives advice. We only provide prebuilt programs as we know some people may not have the resources in their area to have personal coaching and this is more affordable for your budget.
This program is suited for 400m sprinter, 400/200 sprinters, 400/800m runners working on their speed, as well as team sports players such as AFL players looking to improve their speed reserve.