[quote author="trackspeedboy" date="1276324253"][quote author="Gabe Rivera" date="1276321637"]What would be the actual purpose to squatting everyday? To what means does it serve a sprinter? If it is suppose to make an athlete faster then were is the evidence to show this to be the case?
Squatting everyday is a joke, as UT pointed out sarcastically.
In fact, squatting 3x per week heavy can be detrimental to sprintin.
Who’s honestly thinking of squatting everyday lol, even if all you want to do is squat, and nothing else, EVERYday!? lol wut.
Becoming generally stronger can serve to make you faster in the long run, but adding 50 pounds to your squat wont neccesarily mean a drop in times. Although squat numbers will give an indirect improvement to your acceleration…[/quote]
As i sayd before this takes a long time to adapt to its not something you a gonna do from day. 1. Heavy squat should be like walking down the street, and it will be if you train it ofen and intensive in a long time.
Stronger legs = Faster legs – For me its simpel[/quote]
Your legs wont simply move faster if they’re stronger… increased strength can = higher force application into the ground, and that could make you faster but it’s not something you’re going to want to invest the main aprt of your training on vs. the sprints.