First 10meters???!!!

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    luang75 on #226231

    <p class=”MsoNormal”><span lang=”EN-US” style=”font-size: 9pt; line-height: 115%; font-family: Helvetica, sans-serif; background: #fafbfb;”>The key is it in the first 10 meters?<span class=”apple-converted-space”> </span></span><br data-reactid=”.1l.1:3:1:$comment10152208418515925_10152216290600925:0.0.$right.0.$left.0.0.1:$comment-body.0.0.$end:0:$1:0″ /> <span data-reactid=”.1l.1:3:1:$comment10152208418515925_10152216290600925:0.0.$right.0.$left.0.0.1:$comment-body.0.0.$end:0:$2:0″>An excellent time world class for the first 10 meters is 1.70 seconds without reaction time. In this area almost all sprinters are 7 stride which makes an average of 4.11 strides per second. Knowing that 10 to 20m</span><span data-reactid=”.1l.1:3:1:$comment10152208418515925_10152216290600925:0.0.$right.0.$left.0.0.1:$comment-body.0.3″><span data-reactid=”.1l.1:3:1:$comment10152208418515925_10152216290600925:0.0.$right.0.$left.0.0.1:$comment-body.0.3.0″><span data-reactid=”.1l.1:3:1:$comment10152208418515925_10152216290600925:0.0.$right.0.$left.0.0.1:$comment-body.0.3.0.$end:0:$0:0″> </span>they revolve around 1.04 seconds to 5 strides they are therefore already at a turnover of almost 5 strides per second past the 10m! If 1.90 is performed without reaction time on the first 10 meters with an average stride always 7 3.68 strides per second is obtained which is extremely slow …!<span class=”apple-converted-space”> </span></span><br data-reactid=”.1l.1:3:1:$comment10152208418515925_10152216290600925:0.0.$right.0.$left.0.0.1:$comment-body.0.3.0.$end:0:$1:0″ /> <span data-reactid=”.1l.1:3:1:$comment10152208418515925_10152216290600925:0.0.$right.0.$left.0.0.1:$comment-body.0.3.0.$end:0:$2:0″>How can spent 3.68 directly to 5 strides per second? It’s just impossible. As we all know even if you have to put a lot of power at the beginning we see here that the turnover in the first 10 meters is crucial. This is not a fact to be discussed but the evidence of a mathematical result. By all times splits pros I’ve seen on the net they Decrease their time of 0.12 hundredths of 20 to 30m. It is from 30m they pass under one second 10m fly. 20 to 30m in general to 0.93. So if I’m 10 to 20m 1.20 seconds and I Decrease 0.12 20m 30m I will be at 1.08 instead of 0.93! I’m already late for tremendous hope to pass under 4 seconds for 30m. My conclusion is not necessarily the first 10 meters are the secret but they are a metronome to know the acceleration of a sprinter for the rest of the race. </span></span></p>
     
    <p class=”MsoNormal”><span lang=”EN-US” style=”font-size: 9pt; line-height: 115%; font-family: Helvetica, sans-serif; background: #fafbfb;”>Why all the kids of 15 years in usa practicing football all already run 10.50 because they train for 40 yards and 80% of their training consists of 10 yards and less than 20% of 15 to 20 yards. Any advice welcome</span></p>

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    luang75 on #226232

    <p class=”MsoNormal”><span lang=”EN-US” style=”font-size: 9pt; line-height: 115%; font-family: Helvetica, sans-serif; background: #fafbfb;”>The key is it in the first 10 meters?<span class=”apple-converted-space”> </span></span><br data-reactid=”.1l.1:3:1:$comment10152208418515925_10152216290600925:0.0.$right.0.$left.0.0.1:$comment-body.0.0.$end:0:$1:0″ /> <span data-reactid=”.1l.1:3:1:$comment10152208418515925_10152216290600925:0.0.$right.0.$left.0.0.1:$comment-body.0.0.$end:0:$2:0″>An excellent time world class for the first 10 meters is 1.70 seconds without reaction time. In this area almost all sprinters are 7 stride which makes an average of 4.11 strides per second. Knowing that 10 to 20m</span><span data-reactid=”.1l.1:3:1:$comment10152208418515925_10152216290600925:0.0.$right.0.$left.0.0.1:$comment-body.0.3″><span data-reactid=”.1l.1:3:1:$comment10152208418515925_10152216290600925:0.0.$right.0.$left.0.0.1:$comment-body.0.3.0″><span data-reactid=”.1l.1:3:1:$comment10152208418515925_10152216290600925:0.0.$right.0.$left.0.0.1:$comment-body.0.3.0.$end:0:$0:0″> </span>they revolve around 1.04 seconds to 5 strides they are therefore already at a turnover of almost 5 strides per second past the 10m! If 1.90 is performed without reaction time on the first 10 meters with an average stride always 7 3.68 strides per second is obtained which is extremely slow …!<span class=”apple-converted-space”> </span></span><br data-reactid=”.1l.1:3:1:$comment10152208418515925_10152216290600925:0.0.$right.0.$left.0.0.1:$comment-body.0.3.0.$end:0:$1:0″ /> <span data-reactid=”.1l.1:3:1:$comment10152208418515925_10152216290600925:0.0.$right.0.$left.0.0.1:$comment-body.0.3.0.$end:0:$2:0″>How can spent 3.68 directly to 5 strides per second? It’s just impossible. As we all know even if you have to put a lot of power at the beginning we see here that the turnover in the first 10 meters is crucial. This is not a fact to be discussed but the evidence of a mathematical result. By all times splits pros I’ve seen on the net they Decrease their time of 0.12 hundredths of 20 to 30m. It is from 30m they pass under one second 10m fly. 20 to 30m in general to 0.93. So if I’m 10 to 20m 1.20 seconds and I Decrease 0.12 20m 30m I will be at 1.08 instead of 0.93! I’m already late for tremendous hope to pass under 4 seconds for 30m. My conclusion is not necessarily the first 10 meters are the secret but they are a metronome to know the acceleration of a sprinter for the rest of the race. </span></span></p>
     
    <p class=”MsoNormal”><span lang=”EN-US” style=”font-size: 9pt; line-height: 115%; font-family: Helvetica, sans-serif; background: #fafbfb;”>Why all the kids of 15 years in usa practicing football all already run 10.50 because they train for 40 yards and 80% of their training consists of 10 yards and less than 20% of 15 to 20 yards. Any advice welcome</span></p>

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