just to be clear, I’m not in any way trying to suggest a track athlete needs to lift what I do, and to call myself a track athlete would be misrepresentetive.
I agree with Matt, the numbers he posted are most likely adequate. I bet there a plenty world class sprinters who get by on those numbers.
However, I would hate to see any sprinter who isn’t up to Matts quoted standards take the mentality that he doesn’t need to get stronger, as only the world class athletes are lifting those numbers. Those numbers (2x bw squat, 1.5 x clean etc) are so easy to work up to and maintain that you would be selling yourself short if you didn’t make the effort to do so.