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Use Pre-Season Anaerobic Sprinting To Whip Your Players Into Shape

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© August, 2002

by Brian Dessart
Certified Personal Trainer, Strength and Conditioning Coach, East Rockaway High School, Long Island, N.Y.

IN SPORTS SUCH as football which require short, sprinting bursts lasting 8 to 10 seconds, jogging every day isn�t good enough physical training.

While jogging helps get the aerobic system into good shape, any type of fast running or sprinting is anaerobic. It�s this anaerobic system that must be triggered to get the upper end of the cardiovascular system into shape.
It�s great to be able to run 10 miles, but for any sport which requires sprinting, jogging doesn�t cut it. A per ...The full article can only be seen by subscribers.
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