Speed and Power
Are you looking to increase serious speed on the field, track, or court? Are you willing to do what it takes in training to develop true explosiveness? Our strength and speed programs will build an unbreakable foundation for you to become the freakiest athlete in your sport!
Lateral Speed Program
The 12-week Lateral Speed Program focuses on building weight room strength and explosiveness paired with agility-based speed drills that will break the mold of traditional sprint training and get you as fast as possible!
Berserker Bodyweight Speed Program
The 8-week Berserker Speed and Power Program will craft you into the fastest and most powerful version of yourself with exercises that can all be done from your home!
How To Get Faster Speed Program
In field sports, conquering the game oftentimes circles back to the ability to move fast and compete with serious speed development. Moving fast creates better opportunities and better situations during a competitive environment. The How to Get Faster training program utilizes every single facet of sports performance to mold the perfect athlete.
Vertical Jump Manifesto
Do you feel slow on the athletic field? Are you a coach who needs your athletes to react quickly and be more explosive? Our 12 week comprehensive program will give you everything you need to blow up your explosive power. Guaranteed to translate to the playing field/court and improve your overall sports performance.
Agile and Hostile
Cutting faster. Increasing your acceleration. Changing direction on a dime. Beating your opponents off the line. These are all abilities you will develop on the Agile and Hostile program.
Read Our Blogs Top Tier Speed Training!
Understanding core-based training for sprinting is important. Trunk and core training for sprinting relates to dynamic trunk control. One of the most important things about utilizing these exercises is understanding where these specific exercises will impact sprinting speed. Sprinters have to be concerned with the start, the drive/acceleration phase, and then maximal mechanics...
This article will focus on sprinting relative to the 100 meter and 200 meter track and field events; however, the concepts discussed can and will transfer very well to field based and court based sports. How will strength training for sprinting transfer to field sports? Simple: running is involved....
At Garage Strength, we like to look at sprint training from a top-down perspective. We begin by defining what is sprinting, what is needed in sprinting, and what are the elements in sprinting. If these definitions are not established, we can’t ever really be sure if we will be utilizing the right movements...
Often times training around sprinting is going to revolve around fast movements and rapid rates of coordination. Naturally, people are confused about how bodybuilding can help in the sport of sprinting. Well we know that to be good at sprinting, athletes need to have an explosive start, a strong drive phase, great mechanics at top-end speed and slow down the slowest to be a world-class sprinter...
Becoming a faster sprinter requires being explosive. There are often times in the sport of sprinting where athletes feel there is nothing that can be done to drop their times. They think that they have done everything. They’ve improved their technique; they’ve added volume to their training; they’ve reduced volume in their training to feel fresh and tapered. Still, they’re not lowering their time. The sprinters get frustrated, feeling like they’re banging their head against the wall and getting nothing but a headache and frustration...