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The Embarrassing Truth About Most Athletes…

October 6, 2010

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Today, I’m going to tell you the embarrassing truth about most athletes (including me, and most likely, you too)..

Here’s the embarrassing fact:

Most athletes don’t get ANY significant results with training programs.

Yup, it’s true.

Most athletes buy tons of training programs, but when all is said and done, they have NOTHING to show for it.

Did you know that most athletes (80-90%) NEVER finish any program they start?

Even worse, did you know that most athletes never even START programs they buy, and just let them gather dust on the shelf?

Let me tell you an embarrassing story about me…

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The Top 5 Exercises To Run Faster

January 5, 2010

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So, according to my buddy
Dan (who runs this site!), the response has been pretty good to the recent content I’ve contributed to the site…which besides making me *smile*, it also means I’m going to continue to churn out some really good articles for you, full of tips and tricks you can use to start running faster and moving quicker TODAY.

 

Now, it goes without saying that there are a TON of exercises you can choose from when figuring out your workouts… [...]

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How To Get Faster with Isometric Speed Training

December 15, 2009

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I get lots of questions in my inbox all about getting faster, quicker and more explosive.

Some are good, some are bad, some are….whatever :-)

And as of late, I’ve been getting a lot of questions about something called “isometric” strength training and how it relates to speed training and YOU getting faster (these are “good” questions).

Let’s talk about it…

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How To Run Faster

November 30, 2009

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Running faster is fairly easy.
I’ll explain…

If you came to this article to learn exactly how to run faster, then you’ve come to the right place.

That’s because I am about to simplify speed for you, and tell you exactly how to run faster.

Here we go…

Running faster is about two things:

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