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If you’ve listened “expert opinions” and tried trendy drills that don’t produce results, you’ve probably gotten really frustrated with the entire concept of speed development.
Too often, coaches look for the magical drill that will change everything or listen to advice from someone who doesn’t truly understand the intricacies and science of speed training, or who simply can’t distill it down into useful terms
If you’ve been looking for a way to develop real speed – without gimmicks, without fluff – look no further.
The IYCA Certified Speed & Agility Specialist (CSAS) is the most practical, thorough and scientifically sound speed development curriculum available.
For a long time, people believed that speed couldn’t be developed – it was a something athletes were simple born with. Thankfully, science proved that wrong.
A series of studies by well-respected researchers showed that certain techniques actually improved speed much better than others. Eventually scientists uncovered some basic fundamentals of speed development.
The most important finding of all is that the fastest athletes in the world actually move differently than slower athletes. This may not seem exciting, but what was revealed is that it’s possible to teach these slower athletes how to move more like their faster counterparts.
Now, if all we did was rely on science, this wouldn’t be a complete curriculum. Instead, we enlisted one of the brightest minds in science and two of the most experienced coaches in the industry to teach you exactly how to apply these principles.
Rather than create more confusion, this material distills everything down into easy-to-understand terms so you can stop wondering what’s true, and start making your athletes faster.
The CSAS materials will teach you:
- How to use drills in a way that actually produces results
- The science behind rest periods
- Why agility drills often don’t translate to the field
- How to fit speed development into an complete training program
- Coaching cues that athletes understand
- Teaching progressions for any age or level of experience
- Advanced techniques that help even the fastest athletes