They are running a race, so they need to be fast. It is a relatively short distance, so runners run very fast in it, so a runner needs to build a high level of speed in order to win. It is the fastest race and shows who can run at the greatest speed.
Go look on YouTube or something where you can see what gymnasts have to do because I don't know if I can do it compete justice in writing. However, in gymnastics there is a lot of flipping in the air and that requires power to get off the ground. Take the floor exercise for example, yes, it is a spring floor, but the high level gymnasts are doing double back flips, and, in some rare cases, triple back flips while in the air. That requires an insane amount of power no matter who you are. There is simply a lot of lifting ones body into the air, and power is the way to get that done. Again, I would just watch YouTube videos or catch a competition on TV to see what they have to do.
they need energy so they can run fast and win races
Because Sprinting is all about short bursts of speed and/ or energy. without that short birst it would just be jogging
A long distance runner needs power in order to overtake opponents during the race but they would also need it to keep a steady speed during the race and not slow down half way through.
Because they sprint, tard....
Cuz it makes u go faster
Form is the most critical aspect of sprinting, ensuring the most efficient use of each step. Strength is the second most important factor.
Sprinting is correct.
stop being lazy and start sprinting go lakers
sprinting started in 1708
Running is the general term for sprinting and jogging but sprinting is running as fast as you can.
sprinting 100 yards, resting, sprinting 200 yards, resting, sprinting 300 yards, resting, sprinting 200 yards.
faster sprinting and faster ADS after sprinting
by getting your legs pumped by sprinting in place
Some power-increasing activities that you need to do regularly are running, jogging, sprinting, and jump roping.
Michael John Hooker has written: 'The prediction of anaerobic power output from a 300-meter run' -- subject(s): Anaerobiosis, Energy metabolism, Kinesiology, Physiological aspects, Physiological aspects of Sprinting, Sprinting
Balance is good for sprinting because it keeps you up right.
Rugby speed is all about explosive power and acceleration therefore weight training and sprinting will improve your speed for rugby