Perfect Your Sprint Start | FastTwitchGrandma Tips & Tricks

The start to a race is the most important phase. The start can determine win or lose in a close race. This video demonstrates a drill to improve your block start mechanics using the VertiMax.

Key Factors:

1. Alignment
2. Set Position
-90 degrees at the front knee
-120 degrees on the rear knee
-Head and neck should be in line with the spine
-No moving

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