Trey's take on how often to wear spikes in workouts
Trey says that this is the only time of the year where he has the option to train in spikes or not train in spikes. Post the Olympics, he was ready to take 'em off for a bit. Here he puts 'em back on and discusses how exactly when he HAS to train in spikes and why that is. Workout: Trey will be doing 12x 40 meter accelerations out of blocks, with every third acceleration incorporating sled pulls. The rest between reps is approximately 3 minutes. This session has 15 pieces in total as Trey walks through the session. See the rest of videos in this session: 1. Trey explains workout and purpose 2. Trey warms up with build ups before main workout 3. Trey's advice on how often to wear spikes in workouts 4. Why you may shorten your warmup before a workout 5. How Trey sets up his blocks for speed session 6. Why its important to experiment with setting up your blocks 7. Analogy to remember out of the blocks, broomstick vs. cooked noodle 8. Trey explains sled pulls and when they started to use in workouts 9. How a two time World Champ clears his head in the blocks 10. Trey calls on body to fire towards end of workout 11. Last sled pull and post-workout analysis 12. Cooling down with med ball back toss up 13. SLOW MO: Trey block starts from 4 angles 14. SLOW MO: Trey sled pulls from 3 angles 15. Just for fun, Trey tries to beast a 20yd med ball toss!