Repeated Sprint Ability: Bridging the Gap between Science and Application

by Ernie Rimer, CSCS
December 2016

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Repeated sprint ability (RSA) may be one of the most important factors to consider when developing strength and conditioning programs for high-intensity repeated sprint sports. In this session from the NSCA’s 2016 Coaches Conference, Ernie Rimer reviews the latest science behind RSA, compares the pros and cons of RSA protocols performed in the laboratory and in the field, and suggests methods to improve RSA.

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Ernie Rimer is Director of Sports Science for University of Utah Athletics. Ernie Rimer currently serves the University of Utah Athletics as the Direc...

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