Hi, I'm Franz Snideman, and today we are going to talk about sprinting and running games. Games are one of the best ways to teach people how to sprint in a very genuine authentic and natural way. It kind of gets the brain and the thought process out of it, you have fun and you just naturally do what the body is capable of doing and that is sprinting at high speeds. So we're going to show you three games and we're going to, you will need a partner so this can be done with at least two people. If you've got more you can do it with as many people as you'd like. Okay so this first game is called catch the leader. My partner is going to have the advantage because she is going to start on her stomach as will I but she gets to go first. My goal is I'm going to try to catch up to her but she's going to get a jump start forcing me to accelerate and really really use my muscles to catch her. Okay, this next game is called turn and sprint and what you do is your partner is going to try to trick you by moving and you have to mirror them but when they actually turn and sprint, you have to follow them. I'm going to bring my partner in. I'm going to be mirroring her and when she turns and sprints, I'm going to do what she does. Okay this next game is called tag. It's probably a childhood favorite of many of yours. What I've done is I've set up a perimeter of about five cones. You go outside of the cones, you are out of bounds. The goal is for your partner to touch you, once your partner touches you, you rest about five seconds and then you commence the game and you try to get your partner. So I'm going to bring my partner in and she's actually going to try to get me.