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Ken is doing 100 meter sprints. The warm temperture is ideal for short, fast sprinting which develops all-out speed, strength, and form efficiency.
This is a short video of my typical warm up routine before doing full-body strength training geared specifically to make me a more balanced, efficient, and faster runner.
This is short video I made of a final tune-up workout before Nationals of two of the fastest High School runners in New York City and the country.
Summer running in New York City is great for young runners learning the importance of safely building up consistent mileage; injuring preventing stretches; and running form drills to improve efficiency and economy.
With the warmer temps, running fast and comfortably is the natural progression after the cold winter months. New York City running is some of the best in country.
Central Park is fertile training ground for running. Carefully measured, inspirational locations, help with the getting most of out of our workouts.
In this video, high school freshman and rising New York City miler, Ali, is working on her "top-end" running speed doing near all out 200 meter and 300 meter repetition sprints. Excellent for building speed and speed endurance which will improve her mile racing time and her fitness for lacrosse.
High School track runner doing sprints in Central Park on the east drive
Just 2 days after the second largest snowstorm in NYC ever, Ali had her fastest 200 meter workout EVER. 200 meter repetitions develop a runner's speed, speed endurance, and strength. The also assist in refining stride efficiency, allowing a runner to become more economical. Additionally, 200s help with generating a monster kick at the end of a race! Email Coach Sean to learn more about workouts like this that can help your running become more efficient and faster.
The Fall season in New York City is the best time for running!!
The best day of the year in New York City. The world watches runners from all over the world make the epic journey through the five boroughs and Central Park. Love it.