Can we all agree that the exercises shown in that video have nothing to do with running fast (aside from the sled pull perhaps). I’m sure that many of you watched that video, like me, and said, “Wow, if this is what he does and he still runs 9.7 seconds in the 100m, imagine if he trained properly.”
The other side of the coin is that perhaps these activities have absolutely no bearing on sprint speed (positively or negatively) and he’s just working on the low intensity side of the spectrum (i.e. burning calories). Until we see what he is doing on the track, it is hard to assess the overall program.
However, the evil side of me hopes he gets injured and runs crappy times so that I don’t have to spend a good deal of my time explaining to people why all those shitty exercises do not need to be part of a speed program. As soon as someone brings out the kettlebells and ropes, you know something is wrong. The bio on the trainer was laughable.