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Speed Training Post Injury. Becoming the Athlete you were.

How do you get back to full speed after a serious lower body injury?  The answer is relatively simple: restore ideal movement, improve strength relative to body mass, and then get explosive, really explosive. Following these three steps will take a little more than just going to your local 24 hour, but if you’re persistent, patient, and believe in the process, you’ll be very happy with what you find at the end of your journey.

To see this process in action, let’s look at one of our pro guys, Connor Hoffman, who is in the middle of  the process right now at 1RM Performance.

 

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