4 Tactics to Gain Super Human Speed

4 Tactics to Gain Super Human Speed

So, this article was originally written for Steve Kamb and his fitness nerd empire over at Nerd Fitness. Since Steve is notorious for being awesome and traveling all over the world it took him some time to get back to me.

Anywho, Steve is back from running around the world and randomly playing James Bond, so this article has been moved to Nerd Fitness. Just click below to go there now.

The Flash Workout: How to Gain Superhuman Speed

While you’re there make sure you check it his other articles (all insanely entertaining) and hit up the forums (words can’t describe how much information you can get from his readers).



  1. A great article. Im close to enlisting in the National Guard, and really need to improve my running. This was just what I needed, right when I needed it!

    • mikeinscho says:

      Thanks Matt, you’ll probably be doing a bit more distance in Basic Training, but this won’t hurt.

      • Yes, Ive been working on that as well. I need to improve my VO2 max before I leave. Dont want to be the guy at the tail of the pack in basic training!

      • In fact, have you thought about writing some articles about IET prep? You seem very qualified to do so, and would be brutally honest, up front, and tell it like it is. Most websites tell you that it will be hard, but dont have that ‘man the fuck up’, alpha male outlook like you do!

        • mikeinscho says:

          Ha thanks for the compliment. It’s been so long and there have been so many changes that I’m afraid I wouldn’t be able any more useful advice than “don’t be a pussy”.

  2. Hey mate,
    I loved this article. It makes me want to get out there and sprint hard!

    I was wondering though if you can point me towards some resources on developing good sprinting form? EG: is a faster cadence better, how should you land/push off, etc?


    • mikeinscho says:

      Thanks man!

      This video is quick and shows you what good form looks like.

      Make sure your foot is striking directly underneath your body, have a full arm swing (cheek to cheek), and the more force you put into the ground the faster you will go. Hope this helps.