SPEEDRUNNER PERFORMANCE GAINS
See how much you can expect to improve after 8-10 sessions!
Athletes who complete SPEEDRUNNER training sessions can expect to see big gains in speed, power, agility, explosiveness, balance, coordination, stride efficiency, and athletic performance (no matter the sport). To test these gains, participating athletes can complete 4 tests on a scheduled Metrics Challenge Day:
40-Yard Dash = 20-Yard Shuttle = 3-Cone Drill = Standing Broad Jump
These tests can determine your day-one proficiency in a few of the fitness and performance parameters targeted by the SPEEDRUNNER program. During the course of your program, you can test again (on scheduled Metrics Challenge Days). To get an idea of how much you can expect to improve after 5-10 sessions of the SPEEDRUNNER program, use the calculator below (instructions beneath the calculator).
- Enter your current marks into the calculator (assuming you know how to perform the test and have a reliable measurement).
- For example, if you know your 40-yard dash time, enter it in the proper cell under "Initial Marks" in the format: seconds.tenths-of-seconds (e.g., 5.7)
- You can add hundredths-of-seconds if you have a reliable measurement (e.g., 5.73).
- Your projected post-SPEEDRUNNER training mark appears in the "Projected Marks" portion of the calculator.
- Note: For Standing Broad Jump, you must enter your mark in the two gray-area cells under "Broad Jump," splitting your entry into feet and inches - you'll enter inches as a decimal (e.g., "4.25" for 4-1/4 inches); the calculator will automatically convert your mark to meters and display it in a single cell as feet/inches.
- The entry for "John Runner" has been provided as an example. Enter up to 10 athletes at a time.