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    I weant to be a fast sprinter. What kind of lifts can I do to improve my speed. ???

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    Re: Lifting for track

    Any explosive movements, specially for your legs. Also, the leaner you are, the less “unnecessary” weight you’ll carry so you’ll be faster. Diet will help with that.

    Sprints with resistance and jump squats are obvious options. You can also do bench step ups, the most important thing is doing them as explosive as you can to develop that speed you want. Hope that helps. ✌️

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    Re: Lifting for track

    For years doing the Olympic lifts explosively was a good way.

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    Re: Lifting for track

    Sprinters train like athletes.

    Walking lunges, box jumps, speed squats etc

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    Re: Lifting for track

    To me, it is really more practice than specific lifts.



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    Re: Lifting for track

    Quote Quote posted by messiboi19 View Post
    I weant to be a fast sprinter. What kind of lifts can I do to improve my speed. ???

    Squat of all kinds, box jumps etc.
    They can benefit you to some extent but in general you get better at running fast by practicing running (fast).

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