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Assessing speed
Assessing speed
Assessing speed
Assessing speed
Assessing speed
Assessing speed
Assessing speed
Assessing speed
Assessing speed
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Assessing speed
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  • 1. By George B. Dintiman & Brian T. Oddi
  • 2. The National Association of Speed & Explosion
    • Assessing Speed
  • 3. The National Association of Speed & Explosion
    • ASSESSING SPEED
    • Playing Speed
    • Five Ways to Improve Playing Speed
    • The Start
    • Stride length
    • Stride rate
    • Speed Endurance
    • Form & Technique
  • 4. The National Association of Speed & Explosion
    • The General Areas of Comprehensive Testing
    • Sprinting speed
    • Starting, stopping, cutting
    • Strength
    • Stride length
    • Flexibility
    • Explosive power & quickness
    • Body composition
  • 5. The National Association of Speed & Explosion
    • Sprinting Speed
    • Sprinting speed is achieved through a combination of stride rate and stride length.
    • Tests used to analyze sprinting speed and speed endurance are the 20yrd. Dash, 40, 60, 80-120yrd time, NASE repeated sprints, NASE first 3 step, and the flying 40 (stride rate/length)
    • Correct Sprint Posture : The classic forward lean, torso upright, head & shoulders above hips, ground contact with ball of foot.
  • 6. The National Association of Speed & Explosion
    • Starting, Stopping, & Cutting
    • The NASE high speed directional change test
    • - Measures your ability to start, accelerate, execute high speed stops, backward and forward sprints, and a ninety degree cut .
  • 7. The National Association of Speed & Explosion
    • Strength
    • Strength in running , generally looking at leg strength to body weight ratio
    • Posterior Chain overlooked
    • Assessments:
    • Hamstrings
    • Quads
    • - leg extension test -single leg kickbacks
    • - leg curl test -deadlifts
  • 8. The National Association of Speed & Explosion
    • Stride Length
    • Stride length is the distance between successive points of initial contact of the same foot. Right and left stride lengths are normally equal.
    • The NASE 3 Step Test
  • 9. The National Association of Speed & Explosion
    • Flexibility
    • Range of Motion
    • Injury Prevention
    • Assessment :
    • Sit and Reach
    • The ankle, neck, elbow and wrist, groin, trunk, hip, and shoulder
  • 10. The National Association of Speed & Explosion
    • Explosive Power & Quickness
    • Power is the product of strength and speed, the ability to move maximal force in the shortest time possible.
    • Quickness is the ability to react and change body position with maximal rate of force production in all planes of motion
    • Assessments : (Power=p/Quickness=q)
    • -Standing triple jump(p) -Right Left Leg hops(p)
    • -Standing broad jump(p) -quick feet(q)
  • 11. The National Association of Speed & Explosion
    • Body Composition
    • Optimal sprinting
    • Restricting speed and movement
    • Assessments:
    • Skin fold
    • Water weighing
    • Electrical impedance
  • 12. The National Association of Speed & Explosion
    • Thank You

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