Wind sprints as I understand them are athletic drills where the athlete must run as fast as he or she can between two set points, returning back and forth between those set points, until a set number or the coach or supervisor signals a stop. The one hundred eighty degree turn at the line or cone or other delineation may, at the discretion of the coach, incorporate another task such as touching a marker or executing some push ups, sport specific movements, jumps, mountain climbers, pull-ups, etc.
In sports with a court, such as Basketball, lines on the court are often the set points. Athletes may be required to sprint to the half court and back and then the full court and back. In field sports, coaches who seek to develop both aerobic and anaerobic endurance in the athletes will sometimes have athletes sprint to one line, marker, and cone, then jog back, then sprint again. There may be some flexibility in the definition of the term depending on the sport or training system. You may wish to clarify further with your trainer.
I'd Do Anything - 2004 Wind Sprints 1-6 was released on: USA: 2 November 2004
Friday Night Lights - 2006 Wind Sprints 1-3 is rated/received certificates of: Netherlands:6
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You sprint for 100m. and see what time you get. Track sprints (aka wind sprints) are used by runners for building endurance and response times, in the hopes of shaving a few precious fractions of a second off their competitive finishes.
Aerobic exercise, weight training, wind sprints, and lots of practice hitting and catching.
Probably the best home exercise to increase your degree of fitness quickly is wind sprints. Sprint hard for 10 or 20 seconds, walk around while your recover, and repeat. You can vary the duration as well as the quantity of the sprints. .
it depends on the position . try running wind sprints, to improve acceleration
Friday Night Lights - 2006 Wind Sprints 1-3 was released on: USA: 17 October 2006 Ireland: 19 May 2007 Finland: 21 September 2007 Netherlands: 18 January 2009 Germany: 12 February 2009 Hungary: 5 June 2009
Disadvantagesod hollow sprints: Hollow sprints are very boring, performers may lose interest due to the repetition of the hollow sprint.
Do a thing called "wind sprints" in which you run as fast as you can for about 70-100 yards, then you rest for a few seconds and start again. How long your rest is depends on your endurance and you can change the rest time and the distance of the sprints depending on your physical condition.
he competed in long jump and 100m sprints and 200m sprints
Covert Bailey's four food groups of good exercise are aerobics, cross training, wind sprints, and weight lifting.