Running speed is a combination of stride length and strength rate. Improving either 1 while improving or holding the other constant will improve running speed.

Putting force into the ground is very important in order to run fast as well. Therefore, if either stride length, rate and/or force production (which can improve length or rate) could be improved, then an athlete should be able to run

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