Calculating 400 meter Potential

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Calculating 400 meter Potential from previous 200, 100, and 60 meter performances.

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Calculating 400 meter Potential:

Jimson Lee SpeedEndurance.com Calculating 400 meter Potential SpeedEndurance.com

Jimson Lee, SpeedEndurance.com:

Jimson Lee, SpeedEndurance.com SpeedEndurance.com

A Word of Warning:

A Word of Warning If it is a horse, then it has 4 legs If it has 4 legs, then it is a horse SpeedEndurance.com

200m to 400m potential:

200m to 400m potential 200m (SB) doubled, plus 3.5 or 4 sec slowdown is about 8-9% from 200m time 200m (SB) doubled, times 1.08 or 1.09 The faster your 200m time, the faster your 400m potential The bottom line is speed, speed reserve and speed endurance . SpeedEndurance.com

100m to 200m Potential:

100m to 200m Potential 200m potential is based on your 100m time 200 meter potential = 100m season best doubled + / - 0.2 seconds That’s plus or minus 0.2 seconds SpeedEndurance.com

60m to 100m Extrapolation:

60m to 100m Extrapolation Your 100m time is based on your 60m time 100 meter potential = 60m (SB) x 1.53 or 1.54 60 meter time is based on your 30 meter, or 40 yard dash SpeedEndurance.com

Speed Reserve is the Key:

Speed Reserve is the Key Raw speed is key. 400m is not run with max vel , that differential is called speed reserve Speed reserve is your top speed minus actual running speed. A better Speed Reserve means less effort over first 200m Working backwards, 60 -> 100 -> 200 -> 400 SpeedEndurance.com

Quincy Watts, 1992 Olympics:

Quincy Watts, 1992 Olympics SpeedEndurance.com

60 to 400m Equivalents:

60 to 400m Equivalents SpeedEndurance.com

60 to 400m (50-60 sec):

60 to 400m (50-60 sec) SpeedEndurance.com

Recommended: Frank Dick:

Recommended: Frank Dick DEVELOPMENT OF MAXIMUM SPRINTING SPEED http://www.trackandfieldnews.com/technique/109-Frank_Dick.pdf SpeedEndurance.com

Calculating 400 meter Potential:

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