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Old 07-03-2008, 10:27 AM   #1
Landon Stubberfield
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Exclamation Landon's Absolute Speed Training

Hello

Im 22, 5'10" and 155lbs at approximately 10% bodyfat. I'll be training myself until september, which is when college starts. I plan on reducing my time by .2 seconds in that time. Any speed gains I get right now I think would be me regaining speed I've lost over the last 6 years of being sedentary (concerning any leg work such as running).

Current Level:

60m: Untested
100m: 11s:07ms

Squat:
Deadlift:

Goals (before college):

60m:
100m: 10s:85ms

Squat:
Deadlift:

I will officially start training on monday. I am doing research on how to train to meet my goals. Id have goals for the squat and deadlift if I knew my maximum poundage. Ive done 310lbs for 3 reps with the deadlift not long ago though so I estimate 330-340. Input is welcome and appreciated.
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