Our training programs are designed to meet the individual needs of each athlete. These programs are in a cycle of four (4) weeks and results of tests in the fourth week are used to adjust the program for the next cycle, to address limitations. The content and quality of training depends on gender, age, strengths, weaknesses, objectives and sprint discipline.

We work on sprint techniques daily. This includes the warm-up and phases of sprinting; start, acceleration, transition, maximum speed, speed maintenance and finishing.

 

Nutrition has to be on point in order to have enough energy to stick to a demanding training schedule, yet, they shouldn't eat so much that they gain body fat, which can affect performance. Unlike distance runners whose diets comprise of carb loading for longer periods of running, sprinters lean more towards high amounts of proteins and healthy fats for short bursts of explosive strength.

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DISCIPLINES

SPRINTS

100 meters | 100/110 meters hurdles | 200 meters | 400 meters | Long Jump | Tripple Jump | High Jump | 4x100 meters | 4x400 meters

JUMPS

100 meters | 100/110 meters hurdles | 200 meters | 400 meters | Long Jump | Tripple Jump | High Jump | 4x100 meters | 4x400 meters

RELAY

100 meters | 100/110 meters hurdles | 200 meters | 400 meters | Long Jump | Tripple Jump | High Jump | 4x100 meters | 4x400 meters

Kunle Olaraji

Kunle Olaraji

Head Coach

Kemi Ighalo

Kemi Ighalo

Sprints

Olatunji Babatunde

Olatunji Babatunde

Jumps

Anthonia Obidiegwu

Anthonia Obidiegwu

Relay

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