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Tips On Coaching Speed Training For Young Athletes

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Speed training is key to success in many sports. Introducing speed training at low intensity often can help beginning athletes by ingraining good form and habits early.

For younger athletes who engage in speed training, a focus on fundamentals is critical, and coaches should keep it both fun and simple so the athletes stays passionate and engaged. To avoid injury, coaches must also keep the intensity and repetition of these exercises very low and focus on the process of learning the development technique.

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