SMP 10: The Benefits Of Sprinting With Franz Snideman

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Episode 10

Franz Snideman, Senior SFG & co-creator of Primal Speed, speaks to Seb and Josh about his own life story and the benefits of Sprinting. He also speaks in length about people’s misconceptions about sprinting and how it can be a fantastic tool to your sporting tool box when done correctly. A fascinating story of his own achievements and even better demonstration when he puts Josh through his paces right here in the Studio

IN THIS EPISODE, YOU’LL:

  • Meet The Franz Snideman.
  • Find out more information about his certification Primal Speed.
  • Hear about him coming to speak at the Strength Matters Summit.
  • Hear Franz put Josh through his paces!
  • Get the Latest News From The Strength Matters Community.
  • Plus a LOT more….

LINKS AND RESOURCES MENTIONED IN THIS EPISODE:

Franz In A Phone Box!

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James Breese
Founder of Strength Matters. Loves Cricket, Rugby, Snowboarding, Paddle Boarding and Travelling The World... And Maybe Binge Watching NetFlix from Time to Time! #SeekAdventure #BeCurious #TrainWithPurpose
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