I see a lot of emphasis on speed drills, use of special apparatus, programming, and all sorts of exercise coupling. Very little is talked about or developed in terms of the biomechanics. A bigger engine in a car with square wheels is obviously not what you’re looking for.
Analyzing and developing biomechanics has become a big part of how we teach and develop the quality of speed. Once you understand those fundamentals, change of direction can follow.
Alignment allows us to push, and pushing in acceleration is everything.