JFIFC    $ &%# #"(-90(*6+"#2D26;=@@@&0FKE>J9?@=C  =)#)==================================================^K" }!1AQa"q2#BR$3br %&'()*456789:CDEFGHIJSTUVWXYZcdefghijstuvwxyz w!1AQaq"2B #3Rbr $4%&'()*56789:CDEFGHIJSTUVWXYZcdefghijstuvwxyz ?[s8)#&qO}67ڸV?*`e3bt5錓ApGO+qe=3åjvrUU>&R3V`u޷ dRj|Vۈ8;K=Q[Q"_C}J-08rM-[zSe NocۻU!]g]H 8-/]$#tqɫoT&EG񷧨<\n'OlRH٣rѱFPkcBpï\=U=t4CSEԍv [};H(Tr5]zWe1# PrP:,#KuM1%{7vˈ31k6۸F=#8pe3~e8v:%SK#:ѽkr9hRGlvԵeb+|S>-#6;Ϸf8* #]KZ-G~&'ec#ڢ n1pj_TV C }GCVfdzC}˰ m;rѓj)⽀"8 vrm%-:,^(ȬR>sq\9}XFd4lɬ Ou'Y!iKqؤK8O U,\{.m̎p.2s,V[e7c~WT~.hM\F\H1l\98J=[['nsƴu Zϧ]ل7JI8}μi ۼ,3(3]^!%1n䬙9 sVrˬJў?xOUa@d'ϸ 5꺯,5;H#szgh5N܀*7mFuiѵ]FS>-m[MfF 2=X>fmڴjnJc3\V(P!\QnǢz_d7#k~cdGC\v kc׫h6oomF 1}OZuZ\eysms!ޙmuQ*JN/#"<֫kqQH%.ᎣVj+o>'{^)Vj Aol,vr16{r1VV9&U]GؕTW\i4wn H<+]tk9QXzڹ1MKWܺqC(P4zdAʸ2!9՘n\fG;0xK>!wI{~';;=z-VVV]=rbA }?x|]Gl(Ee.lݰ, =GҚjEmVkV2D\gɁi U: F;MCQjhGos1fk 5vѬIn this exclusive BFS interview, Coach Shaver shares some of his secrets for keeping his athletes on the fast track. <br><br>BFS: Is there a basic goal in your program for all sprinters and hurdlers?<br>DS: My goal is to have our sprinters learn how to run 10 meters at maximum velocity and to run the segment faster each year. Take a 400-meter runner, for example. If I can get them to run faster for a 10-meter segment, it means when they run the 400, the first 200 of the 400 at that same pace will be much more relaxed, resulting in a better second 200, which in turn produces a faster time overall.<br><br>BFS: Do the best sprinters have a specific personality compared to other athletes? Do they tend to be high-strung?<br>DS: Sprinters come in all personality types. I ve had some extremely talented and successful athletes who were not very aggressive, but were outstanding sprinters. Having said that, coaches must be careful with those who are high-strung because they tend to produce training sessions of higher intensities than prescribed.<br><br>BFS: What are the major differences between training men