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Dr. Larry Van Such, D.C.
Author and Developer of the Speed Training Programs

Many people have asked how I discovered this amazing technique to increase speed and quickness.

When I was a youth I wanted to get stronger and faster and play better in sports. My dream was to able to play football in college one day and I was willing try different things to be a better player.

So one day I purchased an isometric training product that came with springs and traction ropes. I was sold on the idea that I could increase the size of my biceps muscles by 2 inches in just 2 weeks or I could get my money back. Much to my surprise after following the directions, my biceps muscles grew exactly 2 inches bigger! I was extremely excited!

Ever since then I have been a big advocate for this remarkable training technique and never forgot the success I had with it.

I eventually did make my college team as a kicker. The other kicker on the team turned out to by Paul Mcfadden. You may not have heard of him but he was drafted by the Eagles and made rookie of the year as their field goal kicker.

Then about 13 years later, I was experimenting with a new and different product known as the resistance band. It was around August of 1997 and I was using the combination of isometric training with the resistance band on specific muscle groups in my legs.

My goal was to build strength in my legs as I had just been approached to play on a competitive flag football team. Well, I applied this training strategy to every major muscle group in my legs and sure enough I got stronger and was able to re-establish a fairly good kicking leg.

But something amazing happened that I had never expected. As a normal pre-kicking routine, I would always run a few sprints and pass routes to loosen up. When I did this, I was able to sprint faster than in high school. I was able to push off with incredible power! I couldn't believe it!

I was so impressed with my new found speed that I spent the next few days recording the exact steps I took to achieve these phenomenal results. I was already busy in my practice and wasn't sure at first what to do with this new discovery of how to increase running speed. But then in hopes of sharing this information with other athletes I wrote my first book titled Run Faster With Isometric Training.

When I tried to promote this training to coaches and trainers, there were many who where not interested in the idea. I found that there was resistance to changing the way athletes were trained. There were strength coaches who had been around for some time and only considered heavy lifting and 'no pain no gain' as the way towards speed development. And there were some who believed that being fast was something you were born with and couldn't change. This belief must have come about because many athletes were just not getting faster.

I then recieved an encouraging letter from Kenny White, who I had never met. In the letter he said:

"I'd like to take time to really thank you for such a phenomenal program. I am experiencing immediate results from the workout. I play semi pro football and the effects that isometrics had on my speed were dramatic".

That and many other success stories that followed encouraged me to continue promoting the Run Faster Program. Eventually I figured that if this type of training was so incredibly effective for sprinters, why wouldn't it be effective for other athletes in their particular sport?

So, being a doctor and having a good knowledge of anatomy and the workings of muscles, and also being an athlete and trained as an engineer, I set out to answer this question and began looking for ways to refine the training and improve other athletic skills in different sports.

So what you have before you here are these very same training techniques that I "stumbled" across for sprinters, only now they have been modified to help improve many other athletic skills.

These techniques have already been proven effective by thousands of athletes across the nation and in many countries and I feel very confident they will do the same for you!

It is my sincere desire that this program meets your needs.

I want you to take charge and allow this valuable information to lift you to new levels of athletic ability. This program is GUARANTEED.

Dr. Larry Van Such is a 1986 graduate of Youngstown State University. He earned a Bachelors Degree in Engineering, majoring in electrical engineering with a minor in mathematics. In 1994, Dr. Van Such received his Doctor of Chiropractic Degree and graduated Magna Cum Laude from the Cleveland Chiropractic College in Kansas City, Missouri. Dr. Van Such is currently in private practice in Columbus, Ohio.

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"Secrets of Speed and Quickness Training" 

A series of articles written by Dr. Van Such

"The goal of speed training is to get muscles to contract faster, not for longer periods of time

The goal of strength and endurance training is to get muscles to contract repetitively over longer periods of time against resistance, and not faster.

Speed training should be as the term implies ... fast! If any exercise or training routine requires more than ten minutes to do, it is simply a strength and endurance routine ... I don't care what it's called.

When muscles are constantly changing lengths, their strength and endurance function is activated, and the fast twitch muscles take a back seat."

- Dr. Van Such



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