Thank you for great info!
Yes my speed endurance is super, but my top speed is quite poor compared to 400m spesialists.
I can tell in that season when I set PB I only ran one 100m and one 200.
So, maybe my speed is better than they my PB show maybe?
Reason is that the days before I ran 100m and 200m, I ran a 53.5 400m. It was quite windy but I was not feeling that good and not being able to run under 52 I am quite sure. So I was not in that good shape before 100&200;race
In training I have been running 23,7 for 200m, hand timing, under good conditions.
After timing myself I have recorded 7.10 in the 60m. But thats with starting the clock when my first step hits the ground, so its abit unacurate.
So I just wanted to say that after suggesting me to not do hard tempo and only improve my pure speed.
But maybe that doesent change your opinion?
Strenght training I believe I have figured out (after reading alot on this site)
I will do strenth after my speed days. focus on Ol lifts, squats, bench, press ups, deadlift. 3-6 reps and more sets.
Right now I am injured, but I can start with a journal when fall and GPP starts.
The thing to do now is to get healthy. Once you’re healthy, progress through two or three mesocycles of GPP, then test your 100m, 200m and 400m times. Look at your ratios and reaccess at that time. It not a big deal to slightly chance the emphasis, which can essentially be done by slightly changing one or two days of your training, to shift the focus from speed to endurance. This is the concept behind concurrent training, to progress all phases of training, speed, speed endurance and special endurance, all at the same time. This doesn’t mean you can’t, and in fact I think you should, continually reaccess every mesocycle or two and adjust your training to address any aspect that lags.
I’m looking forward to your journal. Good luck.