In order for a sprinter to maximize their potential, they must push themselves as close to the breaking point as possible. Whether that is training for explosiveness, power or endurance, an athlete must strive for top-end speed without getting injured. But sprint training is about much more than completing drills and honing technique. It takes specific training done with the right timing, intensity and focus to achieve top-end speed. Coach Harnden shares his overarching philosophies for fostering speed progression while reducing the risk of injury through a season.