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Old 01-13-2010, 10:31 AM   #1
Bo Schmidt
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Default 100m and 200m sprint

A friend and I recently got together and decided to train for a 100m and 200m competition in August. That means we have 8 months. Our previous training experience intensity-wise is similar to the CA WOD. We can both bench 80kg, press ~60 kg, squat 130 kg and DL 140 kg.
We have all days of the week at our disposal to train. Any recommendations for how to go about this the most effective way? I.e. train for 100m and 200m sprint events. I only have experience with strength training and training to improve one's cardiovascular system so I'd love to hear what you have to say. If possible I'd prefer any response to be relatively concrete. Any questions to determine anything I haven't mentioned above, fire away.

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