Learn How to Train Like a Masters Sprinter

Meet Forever Fit Science masters sprinter Nick Berra. Berra is a 2-time USATF Masters Athlete of the year, 2015 World Masters Bronze Medalist, and 2-time World Indoor Champion in the 800m and 1500m races.

In the above video Nick shares his workout routine that allows him to perform stronger than ever, even as a masters athlete. This routine includes barbell squats, jump squats, push presses, double kettlebell swings, three-way leg raises, barbell curls, and plyo toe touches.

Enjoy!

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