Athletes: A group of short and long sprinters.
Scenario: It's getting cold outside (35-45 degrees at any given day during the week) and your group of sprinters has been forced to move their training inside. They have successfully completed the GPP of a short-to-long GPP periodization having fully developed acceleration abilities and have almost completely developed max velocity. Unfortunately your facilities are less than ideal. You've got access to a 200m indoor track 1 day of the week otherwise you are either forced to run outside in the cold or workout in your school hallways which consists of 4 connected 50m long hallways (think of a square 200m). You have weight room access at the school and medballs, hurdles, throwing implements, stationary bikes, and a pool. The athletes are competing during the indoor season and need to be ready.
Things to consider:
*Do you train speed endurance at all? If so, how do you do it? Give a sample workout.
*What workouts would you do on the days you have access to the track?
*Given the current constraints what would your weekly training plan look like?