40 yd. dash?

i ran a 4.7 my freshmen year but now(soph.) i run a 4.6. what am i doing wrong?


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The best way to run a 40 yard dash is to clear your mind right before the start. Get in your starting position head down shoulders back. The first stage of your run is the first ten yards. This stage is known as your dig stage. Dig as yard as you can in the ten yards, head down looking about 4-5 yards ahead of you ( make sure you don't forget to swing your arms, the faster your arms move the faster you legs move). The second stage is the next ten yards. This stage is your transition stage. Lift your head and look straight ahead. Also, remember to stay relaxed, no heavy breathing. Keep arms moving past hip. Try not to spend to much time with your arms in the front of you. Drive those arms back. The next stage is pretty much the final stage. This stage is known as your top speed stage. Finish through the 40 yard line at full speed, do not stop at the 40. I hope this helps and good luck!

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Doing wrong? Your running faster

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well simply said... youre not running fast enough.. train your legs better

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you are growing and that scews everthing up

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Well I dont see how you are doing anything wrong. You are getting better. Calvin Johnson ran the 40 in 4.35. And that is fast!! All you can do is keep working your legs.

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4.6 is not a bad speed at all...if you are a lineman. Just joking. Seriously though, practice speed drills like suicides, running stadiums, etc. Stretching also helps. A big problem with speedsters is hamstring injuries.

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you aint doin anything wrong. dats a good speed. but do you have fast on the field speed? jus think Dwayne Jarrett ran the same time as you.

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it depends on who you are/want to be. If your trying to get to the NFL and are a Back or receiver you need get down a .1 or .2. beside many different exer you can do, you should try running on your toes, ball of your foot, not the heel. thats what sprinters do to get a little bit faster.

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You might not be doing anything wrong.

You're growing - so your body is changing,
your interests are changing, your motivations change.

What stays the same is your familiarity with what you do on the field. Maybe thats where you are getting complacent.

Keep working out to improve your 40 time.
The effort will pay off your senior year as your bodys growth begins to plateau a little.

When you hit college, you'll be burning up the field.

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ur improving...thats good and thats pretty quick. just keep doing sprints and ull get faster

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Uhh, dude, you're running faster, there's nothing wrong with that.

What would be the chances?

nothing, senior year youll probley run a 4.4

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