So there is quite a large topic on here about MVP and their training, and plenty of posts about Glenn Mills and the training that his squad do. However, after a quick search I found very little info on what Lance Brauman does with his training group. As this has lead to a 9.71 / 19.6 sprinter, I dont think it should be overlooked.
i thought ever since tyson began working with Drummond his start improved dramatically. when Tyson starts well he is not that far behind the leaders as opposed to 2006 and before he was much further back.
This is not supported by the analysis.
Drummond started to work with Gay after the 2007 Nationals.
Tyson’s times at 30m for his best races :
ReacTime - 30m - 100m Venue
0.151 - 3.85 - 9.84 Nationals’07
0.143 - 3.86 - 9.85 World Champs’07
0.134 - 3.85 - 9.77 Nationals’08
0.144 - 3.83 - 9.71 World Champs’07
Tyson’s start improve dramatically in 2006 between after Roma meeting in 2006. From this meet to the end of the season, he did 3 sub 9.90 times (9.84 in Zürich, 9.88 in Rethymno and at World Cup) with good starts.
I think Jon’s emphasis has been on execution of the “drive phase” rather than improving the speed of the 30m? hoping that tyson can reap the rewards further down the track? Is that not the theory behind the “drive phase”? I’m not sure how much tyson’s execution has changed though? But lets say tyson A can only “drive” for 20m and tyson B can drive for 35m but they are both running 3.80sec… would you not agree that tyson B is capable of running sub 3.80 if he got up tall and running at 20m? I don’t know if i’m making sense… it makes sense in my head??? :rolleyes: I would have to watch some clips of tyson and see whether his “drive phase” has improved since he started working with Jon. However I don’t think Usain at 6ft 5 should be beating tyson to 30m ??
That’s some wild stuff there: especially the rope work and some of the throwdown action with the heavy medball…generally it’s great to see the top people working out. He looked a bit uncomfortable in the deep water, but he was a rocket on the sled