Theres alot of info on the way Pfaff likes to train but not much on Seagrave who is arguably the best sprints coach in the world on par with Dan.
Here is an example of a week from 2008
Monday – Max V development ins and outs
Tuesday – Extensive tempo. Strength and power before the session
Wednesday – ?Acceleration development
Thursday – Regeneration
Friday – Strength and power. Jump run
Saturday – Hills power endurance ex. 3×30 3×60 3×90 3×120
Sunday – Rest
What I notice is his plan doesn’t follow a textbook high low system and his use of long hills for short sprinters is unusual.
Im not too sure how he periodises his training as he includes max v in the form of s/f/s from day one and uses ext only one day early in season. Maybe because of his warm up protocol he can maintain work capacity and recovery through means of his warm up.
Would be good to get a discussion going about another world class sprint coach.