QUICK START AND FLY: HOW TO GET OFF YOUR START AND ACCELERATE
Speed is the name of the game in football, and to train for speed you must focus on form and technique. This program was designed to help you improve your form, hone your technique and give you that quick-react start and acceleration you need for a lightening-fast 40 at the combines.
Use this program to prepare for your first combine, or as a part of your pre-season speed training.
Get in two workouts per week during the last six weeks of the off-season program or leading up to your combine. Technique drills can be done daily as part of your warm-up.
You'll get the most benefit by focusing on your form and technique. That means running each rep only when you feel rested or "fresh." This is not conditioning. A normal speed workout will last about 45 minutes.