Now that I look at it it seems better to go 4',6',8' rest between sets and for the 80's go 5',7',8' with the last week of 80's doing only 2 sets.
This progression would take us from Special Prep all the way through up until the last 3 weeks of the comp phase for the short sprinters. Go back to page 3 and take a look at the diagrams which have not changed.
As I said before after a period (say 6-8 weeks) of max v (flying sprint work, sprint float sprint etc) I feel max velocity and acceleration improve only marginally. I feel (especially) with the level of athletes most of us are working with (since when meets start) we really only have 2 high intensity running workouts per week excluding the meet so this time would be better spent doing a day of SSE and a day of Speed Endurance increasing the distance as the season progresses. This way we are getting in our acceleration & max velocity work during the Speed Endurance session while also improving speed endurance while at the same time getting a bit of acceleration work and speed endurance during our SSE session. Block work could be done prior to the SpeedEndurance session and the day before the meet.
With the long sprinters it changes a bit primarily regarding the Speed Endurance session. Instead of the speed Endurance session split runs will be done in the form of say 2x 200/200, 2x 300/100, 2x 250/150. That is just one example of a progression I have used. The last few weeks of the season that would turn to Speed/Special Endurance with sessions such as 1×350, 1×300. The other session of the week would be SSE just like the short sprinters. Another way to go based on need would be to alternate from SSE and Speed Endurance each week with the other session remaining split runs.
Also:I Something I would like to add. Just another thought I had reguarding doing SSE and SE rather than Max V (flying sprints) and SE. How many of you have had those days where you go to the track slightly tight or sore and can quite get that pop when doing flying sprints? You are forced to go sub max and or lower your volume. Those days (which I have had many of) I feel I would get much more out of a SSE workout.