This is Jamie Glick. I'm here to talk about how to move your arms during the 40 yard dash. During the 40 yard dash, you get a lot of power and a lot of explosiveness through the legs but these are also helped out by explosive movement of your arms as well. This is the position you want to be in to get that maximum push right off the starting line. You want to put one foot forward so in this case this is my right foot forward. My left hand is going to be on that starting line, right before it and when you start the other hand is going to be on your hip ready to go for action and you see them when they all start in those races, they are down on one knee, they get in the ready position, that knee comes up, back is straight, they are looking down or you are looking straight ahead and when that gun goes off, you want to get up and you want to spring forward. So you spring and you pump your opposite arm, opposite leg, pump together. When you are walking normally, your opposite arm and opposite leg move in stride with each other just like so. So same thing when you are running, when you get to that 10 to 30 yard marker of your 40 yard dash, you want to have that opposite arm, opposite leg moving in stride at all times. So it's opposite arm, opposite leg and you're going to be driving those arms as quickly and as powerful as possible. The quick turnover is the key in maintaining that speed that you are going to hit in that 10 to 30 yard mark. When you get to the end of the race, you have that 30 to 40 yard mark, that finish line is right in your sight. You want to keep that arm drive going. There's going to be some fatigue that sets in but you want to keep that arm drive going as quickly and as powerfully as possible so you can translate that to the legs and come in for a nice strong finish.