Reading Time: 2 minutes
Your chances of having success go up dramatically if you are properly prepared for what you are aiming to do.
The people in life that are properly prepared for what they need to do will always get the job done.
On the other side of the coin the people in life that are totally unprepared for what they need to do will always fail to get the job done.
I have vivid memories of not being prepared in multiple areas of my life in my younger days.
In high school my lack of effort in the classroom left me totally unprepared for testing. This led to below average grades for almost all of my classes except for health and history.
I was completely unprepared for the transition from high school sports to college athletics.
I got my then skinny arse handed to me on a paper plate for my entire freshman year on the East Stroudsburg University track team. There was no way I was ready to be a collegiate sprinter.
Dating women in my late teens was an absolute disaster as I was completely unprepared to talk to them.
You should have seen me stumbling and bumbling and fumbling over my words when I tried to talk to the ladies!
As I began to get older and more mature I started to understand the vast importance of proper preparation.
Preparation is what separates the winners from the losers.
Preparation is what separates the people who make tremendous progress in the game from the folks who are stagnant or declining.
In my previous article I addressed the 3 keys to getting prepared for sprinting.
Today I want to show you what a sprinter warm up looks like. Doing this sprinter warm-up will increase your performance and minimize your risk of injury for your future sprinting workouts.
Check out the video above to learn about how to perform a proper sprinter warm up.
It will be springtime before you know it!
I’ll holla at you next time.
The People’s Trainer,
You may also be interested in:
DID YOU LIKE THIS POST?
Join our mailing list and be first to get the latest news.