For starters, you’ve got the wrong attitude. Believe it or not, you’re not “extreemly fast” as you put it. 15+ seconds in the 100M is very slow, especially for a full grown man. Once you accept that you’re starting at the very bottom, things will be much easier for you.
Having said that, what are some of your stats? Once you post a little more about yourself, it will be easier to help you. If you could, post the following:
Standing Vertical Leap:
Running Vertical Leap:
Any Bounding Numbers:
And anything else you can think of that might help in an assessment of your current standings.
Once you post the info above, I’ll be able to help point you in the right direction. Until then, I suggest you spend some time in the forum and read everything you can. The more you know, the better off you’ll be.
Well, the thing is I’ve always been naturally fast. I think that maybe I got the gift from my father.
so as far as stats go.
yrs training: 0
squat:? (I’m very strong but I don’t work out)
sv leap:? (I don’t now how high I jump but I know that I can touch the roof of the barn when I’m on the trampoline.)
running v jump:?
long jump: I’m not sure but it’s far,very far. I once jumped right over the stream at the ranch, it was amazing but I almost broke my neck though so I’ve only tried once.
the only other information I can give you is that is that no one in town will even dare to race me because they say I’m too fast.
I don’t think that is quite fair. He did not say anything offensive, he just has no clue where to start. We were all beginners at one point too.
Barry, I would recommend that you get some accurate measurments of your abilities. For the running segments get someone to time you. Also have them measure your longjump. For the vertical jump, reach as high as you can and mark the spot with a piece of chalk. Then rub chalk onto your finger tips. Jump as high as you can and touch the wall with your fingers. Measure the distance between your reach and the point you touched when you jumped and you will have a good approximation of your vertical jump.
You also should test your strength in the squat and bench. Be conservative with this and make sure you have good form before testing.
After you have tested those things then come back and post the numbers. This will give us a better, more objective idea of what your strengths/weaknesses are and we will have a better idea of what you should do from there.
Lol, are you kidding me? Someone who is obviously completely new to training was asking questions. Going crazy and calling people trolls? What are you 14? And by the way, learn to spell and then try posting.
Okay, again, YOU’RE NOT FAST. I know you think you are, and you think it’s a gift, but really, my 12 year old little brother can run the 100 that fast. Also, since you think this is fast, you’re probably not as strong as you would fancy yourself either. Besides that, I can’t help you unless you post real stats.
At this point, you do seem like a troll, but I’m going to give you the benefit of the doubt and assume you’re just an extreme beginner.