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Attention:

Team Sports Athletes, Coaches, And Anyone Who Wants To Maximize Speed, Explosiveness, Acceleration, And Strength...

All-In-One Breakthrough Program GUARANTEED to Increase Speed, Strength, Acceleration, Performance,
and Conditioning.

Endorsed by several NBA, NFL, MLB, top notch collegiate strength and conditioning coaches, and other industry experts

Warning!

This cutting-edge program is specifically designed for team sports athletes, coaches, and trainers.

It Is Not

  • for the fainthearted.
  • for people looking for a magical pill or supplement for instant results.

It Is

  • a high-performance, well-researched, and proven program for men and women ready to unlock their true speed and athletic potential.
  • tough and challenging, and the type of results you see on this page only come with a tremendous work ethic and absolutely relentless mindset.

You Will Get Serious Results...

...if you stick to it week after week, and DO NOT deviate from the formulas, strategies, drills, and training protocols.

Please don’t get creative and tinker with anything in this program.

Careful thought, research, and analysis has been poured into this program over several years.

Everything has been carefully calculated and precisely engineered to deliver maximum results for you. If you choose to change any aspect of the program, you do so at your own risk and your progress will likely suffer.

So, if you’re serious about increasing speed, acceleration, strength, conditioning, and performance... get The Speed Encyclopedia package now.

YOU WILL GET EVERYTHING YOU
NEED TO KNOW,
ALL IN ONE PLACE

You can't find this program anywhere else. It’s only available here. And it gives you everything you need for real results, including strategies, drills, and workouts rigorously tested, perfected, and proven over time.

TOTAL COMBINED VALUE: $160

YOUR 30-DAY, NO HASSLE GUARANTEE

Go ahead and download the entire Speed Encyclopedia program right now. Try out every drill, technique, and strategy for the next 30 days. If you’re not absolutely convinced that this is the program that’ll finally boost your speed, acceleration, strength, conditioning, and performance, I’ll refund you 100% of your money – no hassle, no questions, no kidding!


REGULAR PRICE: $119

TODAY ONLY: ONE TIME PAYMENT of $47

[Special Introductory Offer – Limited Time Only]

Remember, you also get my 30-day, no hassle guarantee. You have absolutely nothing to lose, and everything to gain. Click the button above and get instant access to the entire program, plus 3 free bonuses.

WHAT EXPERTS ARE SAYING...

"The Speed Encyclopedia is a comprehensive book on all things relating to speed that every Strength and Conditioning Coach should have at their disposal. Travis has left no stone unturned in his research to provide The Speed Encyclopedia!"

Shawn Windle - Indiana Pacers Head Strength and Conditioning Coach, 2012 NBA Strength Coach of the Year

"Every aspect of speed improvement – from proper mechanics to strength training, to nutrition and body composition – is thoroughly addressed. A must read for any athlete who wants to get faster or coach who’s training them!"

Dan Dalrymple - New Orleans Saints Head Strength and Conditioning Coach

"The Speed Encyclopedia is a great resource for athletes and coaches. It provides everything one would need to increase speed. Travis does a great job at bridging the gap between theory and application. He explains in great detail exactly what and why things work, then shows you in great detail how to apply it."

Kelly Baggett - World Famous Performance Enhancement Coach

"I recently got my hands on a book that I personally think will take speed training to a new level. Travis Hansen hit a home run with his book called The Speed Encyclopedia!"

Lee Taft - World Renowned Speed Coach

10 REASONS WHY YOU SHOULD GET
THE SPEED ENCYCLOPEDIA NOW…

  1. Get faster
  2. Help your athletes increase speed (if you’re a coach)
  3. Get an edge against your competition
  4. Answer and eliminate lingering questions you have about speed training (i.e., should I stretch a lot, should I lift heavy weights, program design issues, proper technique, nutrition, fat loss, muscle building, conditioning, etc.)
  5. Add more variation and/or intensity to your current training system
  6. Permanently fix strained hamstrings
  7. Discover the system that’s been endorsed by several NBA, NFL, MLB, top notch collegiate strength and conditioning coaches, and other industry experts
  8. Improve your first step explosiveness, start, acceleration, deceleration, quickness, vertical jump height, and overall athletic ability
  9. Make specific sport skill-learning easier through better power, coordination, and strength development
  10. Become your absolute best

IF EVEN 1 OF THOSE REASONS MATTERS TO YOU, GET THE SPEED ENCYCLOPEDIA NOW…

…And find out exactly how to get the results you want.

It’s worked for so many men and women – and it’ll work for you, or your money back.

You can't find this program anywhere else. It’s only available here. And it gives you everything you need, including strategies, drills, and workouts rigorously tested, perfected, and proven over time.

You get...

TOTAL COMBINED VALUE: $160


REGULAR PRICE: $119

TODAY ONLY: ONE TIME PAYMENT of $47

[Special Introductory Offer – Limited Time Only]

Remember, you also get my 30-day, no hassle guarantee. You have absolutely nothing to lose, and everything to gain. Click the button above and get instant access to the entire program, plus 3 free bonuses.

WITH SO MUCH CONFLICTING RESEARCH
AND METHODS PROMISING YOU RESULTS,

IT IS DIFFICULT TO KNOW WHO IS TELLING
THE TRUTH AND WHO IS NOT...

… and that conflicting information often brings a lot of frustration and confusion about how to take the next step.

Trust me, I know exactly how you feel.

Whether you …

I’ve been there.

And that’s what drove me to start a personal quest of vigorous and relentless research approximately a decade ago, to find the answers to developing speed.

As a result, I’ve put together one of the most effective, complete programs available.

IT HAS HELPED HUNDREDS OF ATHLETES IN VARIOUS SPORTS SUPERCHARGE THEIR SPEED

The Speed Encyclopedia is technical for the experts, but simple enough for a beginner just starting to learn speed science.

I’m so confident in this program that if you aren’t 100% satisfied with it, I’ll give you a full refund.

As you scroll down the page, you’ll see a vast array of past and present clients of various backgrounds and abilities taking their speed to the next level.

Inside The Speed Encyclopedia, you’ll not only find out what techniques truly work, but what matters most when trying to get faster.

The entire program is very practical, and it’s easy to follow – so anyone, anywhere, can apply it and experience success.

Travis Hansen

Creator of Speed Encyclopedia

Click here for a comparison video of myself against Denarius Moore of the Oakland Raiders, who ran a 4.43 second 40-yard dash at the NFL Combine.




Before After
40-yard dash (fully electronic): 4.92 seconds 4.54 seconds
Vertical Jump 31" 37"
Running Vertical Jump: 39" 46"
Weight: 155 lbs. 195 lbs.
Back Squat: 295 lbs. 395 lbs.
Hex Bar Deadlift: 375 lbs. 500 lbs.
Bench Press: 225 lbs. 300 lbs.

Zach McFadden

Collegiate Football

Zach ran a fully electronic 4.53 second 40-yard dash.

Here is a comparison video of Zach against Eddie Royal of the San Diego Chargers, who ran an official 4.39 second 40-yard dash at the NFL Combine.




Before After
40-yard dash: 4.40 seconds 4.28 - 4.30 seconds
Vertical Jump 36" 38"
Weight: 185 lbs. 195 lbs.

Rene Caps

Amateur Bodybuilder and Football Player

Rene eventually back squatted 2 times her bodyweight on this program and blew by opponents on the field!




Before After
40-yard dash: 5.2 seconds 4.9 seconds
Back Squat: 200 lbs. 260 lbs.

Erik Underwood

Minor League Baseball Player

He just had a tryout with the Baltimore Orioles, and was clocked by a pro scout at 6.57 seconds!




Before After
40-yard dash (fully electronic): 4.69 seconds 4.5 seconds
60-yard dash (fully electronic): 7.2 seconds 6.57 seconds
Vertical Jump 27" 32"
Weight: 170 lbs. 190 lbs.
Exit Velocity: (outfield to home) 83 mph 88 mph

Jake Morris

High School Football and Lacrosse Player

Jake ran the fastest shuttle run on his team as a lineman, and the third fastest 40-yard dash at pre-season testing.




Before After
40-yard dash: 5.2 seconds 4.7 seconds
Bench Press: 185 lbs. 225 lbs.
Back Squat: 295 lbs. 380 lbs.
Vertical Jump: 19" 26"
Weight: 175 lbs. 225 lbs.
Shuttle Run: 4.5 seconds 4.0 seconds

Results may vary.



Here is a comparison video of Zach against Eddie Royal of the San Diego Chargers,
who ran a 4.39 second 40-yard dash at the NFL Combine.

Timer on video has been reformatted from a Fully Electronic Timing System.
These times, according to studies, are .20-.24 slower than Actual Combine Times.
"In all my life, I think that I accepted to give one recommendation. I just hate recommending a book or a specialist to someone only to have him disappointed... then it's my reputation that suffers. But I am glad to be able to recommend "The Speed Encyclopedia" to you... much more than a book about speed, it should have been called the ‘Guide to being a superior athlete!’

Christian Thibaudeau - Top Strength and Conditioning Expert

"Well! I didn’t put the book down for the entire day! I was quite pleased with how complete this book really is, and it is now one of the most important books in my personal training library!

Dr. Fred Hatfield (aka Dr. Squat) - President of the International Sports Sciences Association | Former World Record Holder in the Squat

"Travis takes a rather complicated subject, Speed Training, and simplifies it into an easy to understand, efficient, and practical book. I highly recommend The Speed Encyclopedia by Travis Hansen if you are serious about improving your strength, power, speed, and overall athleticism.

Joey Greany, MS, CSCS, RSCC, PES - Strength and Conditioning Coach | Kansas City Royals Baseball Club

"The Speed Encyclopedia is an excellent book! The book provides an evidence-based approach on how to maximize speed through scientific and experiential methods.

Duane Carlisle - The San Francisco 49ers Head Strength and Conditioning Coach (2008-10) | Current Director of Sports Performance at Purdue University

GET THE EDGE OVER YOUR COMPETITION, GET THE SPEED ENCYCLOPEDIA TODAY

Get complete access to everything you need, including strategies, drills, and workouts rigorously tested, perfected, and proven over time.

TOTAL COMBINED VALUE: $160

Download the entire Speed Encyclopedia program right now. Try out every drill, technique, and strategy for the next 30 days, risk-free. If you’re not absolutely convinced that this is the program that’ll finally boost your speed, acceleration, strength, conditioning, and performance, I’ll refund you 100% of your money – no hassle, no questions, no kidding!


REGULAR PRICE: $119

TODAY ONLY: ONE TIME PAYMENT of $47

[Special Introductory Offer – Limited Time Only]

WHAT KIND OF GAINS CAN YOU EXPECT?

Past and current data indicates that dozens of athletes utilizing this system have cut 3 to 5 tenths off their 40- or 60-yard dash within 6 months, using a Fully Electronic Timing System.

This is the average.

Some gain more, and some less.

There are simply too many variables out of my control that affect how we adapt to exercise, such as:

However, every single person to date has made gains using this program, regardless of ability and skill level.

Brent Koontz

Arena League Football Player

Brent cut a little over 3 tenths off his 40-yard dash during our training together. When he was invited and went to try out for the San Jose Sabercats of the AFL, he ran a 4.86 second 40-yard dash as a linebacker.




Before After
20-yard dash: 3.0 seconds 2.7 seconds
40-yard dash: 5.12 seconds 4.79 seconds

Oscar Vasquez

Professional Boxer




Before After
20-yard dash (fully electronic): 3.67 seconds 3.32 seconds
40-yard dash (fully electronic): 6.16 seconds 5.93 seconds
Weight: 105 lbs. 123 lbs.

Scott Underwood

Minor League Baseball Player

Scott ran a 6.4 and 6.5 second 60-yard dash, timed by pro scouts at a tryout a few months ago.




Before After
40-yard dash: 4.9 seconds 4.5 seconds
60-yard dash: 7.0 seconds 6.4 seconds
Vertical Jump: 30" 35"
Back Squat: 300 lbs. 400 lbs.
Bench Press: 225 lbs. 295 lbs.
Weight: 175 lbs. 205 lbs.
Exit Velocity (outfield to home): 88 mph 95 mph

Sean Cochran

High School Football Player

Comparison video against Niles Paul of the Washington Redskins, who ran an official 4.45 at the NFL Combine here.




Before (Parisi Speed School) After
40-yard dash: 4.84 (handheld) 4.76 (fully electronic)
4.52 (handheld)
Box Squat: 225 lbs. 365 lbs.
Hex Bar Deadlift: 350 lbs. 440 lbs.
Vertical Jump: 27" 33"
Shuttle Run: 4.4 seconds 3.9 seconds

Results may vary.



Here is a comparison video of myself against Denarius Moore of the Oakland Raiders,
who ran a 4.43 second 40-yard dash at the NFL Combine.

Timer on video has been reformatted from a Fully Electronic Timing System.
These times, according to studies, are .20-.24 slower than Actual Combine Times.

BECOME FASTER, STRONGER, AND BETTER…

GET THE SPEED ENCYCLOPEDIA NOW

You get everything you need, including strategies, drills, and workouts rigorously tested, perfected, and proven over time.

TOTAL COMBINED VALUE: $160

Download the entire Speed Encyclopedia program right now. Try out every drill, technique, and strategy for the next 30 days, risk-free. If you’re not absolutely convinced that this is the program that’ll finally boost your speed, acceleration, strength, conditioning, and performance, I’ll refund you 100% of your money – no hassle, no questions, no kidding!


REGULAR PRICE: $119

TODAY ONLY: ONE TIME PAYMENT of $47

[Special Introductory Offer – Limited Time Only]

Ally Gunderson

Junior High Volleyball




Before After
20-yard dash (fully electronic): 3.42 seconds 3.28 seconds
Vertical Jump: 19" 24"

Zach Lessinger

High School Basketball Player

Zach could not dunk when we first started. Shortly thereafter, Zach recorded his first dunk and now jams with ease!




Before After
Vertical Jump: 18" 28"
20-yard dash (fully electronic): 3.64 seconds 3.20 seconds

Nolan Wilcock

High School Wrestling and Football




Before After
40-yard dash: 5.0 seconds 4.6 seconds
Vertical Jump: 21" 29"
Back Squat: 290 lbs. 410 lbs. x2 reps
Weight: 155 lbs. 183 lbs.
(28 lbs. in 12 weeks!)

Garrett Grenert

High School Baseball Player




Before After
Weight: 145 lbs. 161 lbs.
20-yard dash (fully electronic): 2.97 seconds 2.79 seconds
40-yard dash (fully electronic): 5.10 seconds 4.69 seconds
Vertical Jump: 30" 34"

Results may vary.



Speed Encyclopedia Trainee Sean Cochran vs. Niles Paul, running an
official 4.45 second 40-yard dash at the NFL Combine.

Timer on video has been reformatted from a Fully Electronic Timing System.
These times, according to studies, are .20-.24 slower than Actual Combine Times.

95% OF SPEED PROGRAMS FAIL:

HOW THE SPEED ENCYCLOPEDIA WORKS

After searching for well-rounded, comprehensive, and effective speed programs for the last 10 years, I can tell you that at least 95% of them fail to deliver results.

In fact, I can count on one hand how many quality speed programs are actually on the market today.

The reason these programs will fail you is because they don’t realize speed training is a total “synergy,” or collection of skill training, where one skill helps develop the other.

The combination and development of certain set of skills produce more speed, acceleration, performance, and results than just one single skill alone. Regular speed programs are missing a whole lot of critical stuff.

The Speed Encyclopedia is unlike and better than regular programs.

It works because it covers EVERYTHING, providing you with a synergistic solution that includes:

And so much more!

You get everything you need with The Speed Encyclopedia. It’s all in this breakthrough speed program – including proper implementation.

The Speed Encyclopedia program makes sure you have every single piece to the speed development puzzle.

When you order today, you get...

TOTAL COMBINED VALUE: $160


REGULAR PRICE: $119

TODAY ONLY: ONE TIME PAYMENT of $47

[Special Introductory Offer – Limited Time Only]

Remember, you also get my 30-day, no hassle guarantee. You have absolutely nothing to lose, and everything to gain. Click the button above and get instant access to the entire program, plus 3 free bonuses.

Drew McCombs




Before After
Weight: 140 lbs. 165 lbs.
Vertical Jump: 22" 30"
60-yard dash: 7.5 seconds 6.9 seconds
Note: He was timed by camp coaches both times.

Matt Grover

High School Baseball

Matt and his coaches report that he hits harder, throws harder, and gets balls in the hole at shortstop quicker than ever before.




Before After
40-yard dash: 4.9 seconds 4.6 seconds
60-yard dash: 7.3 seconds 6.9 seconds
Vertical Jump: 23" 28"
Weight: 135 lbs. 170 lbs.

Alex Smagala

Alex was timed twice at high school showcases in the 6.7-6.8 second range!




Before After
Weight: 135 lbs. 170 lbs.
Pitching Velocity: 75 mph 88 mph
40-yard dash (fully electronic): 5.6 seconds 4.87 seconds
60-yard dash: 7.5 seconds 6.73 seconds

Results may vary.



Speed Encyclopedia Trainee Erik Underwood running against Ryan Matthews
of the San Diego Chargers who ran an official 4.37 at the NFL Combine.

Timer on video has been reformatted from a Fully Electronic Timing System.
These times according to studies are .20-.24 slower than Actual Combine Times.

STOP! AND LISTEN TO EXACTLY WHAT MORE EXPERTS SAY...

"The Speed Encyclopedia is well researched, well supported, and very organized. This is a must read for anyone searching for a well-designed and thoroughly documented speed program. I passed the copy around to our staff, and everyone enjoyed it and felt the same as me. The principles are what we would all consider the basis of any well designed program."

Tommy Moffitt, PFSCa - Director of Strength and Conditioning

"The Speed Encyclopedia is a book that every strength and conditioning professional should own. Travis Hansen has done an incredible job explaining all aspects relating to speed. This book is very practical for the field. If you are serious about becoming faster, this book is a must have."

Napoleon Pichardo - Texas Rangers Head Strength and Conditioning Coach

"Throughout my 29 years as a professional and collegiate basketball coach, I have worked closely with a variety of elite athletic trainers, and Travis is undoubtedly among the most professional and hard-working individuals I have encountered in the field. He has an exceptional knowledge base, and his positive, energetic demeanor is contagious. Athletes of all ages and skill levels will undoubtedly benefit from his training."

Jason Glover - Former Player Development Coach for the Minnesota Timberwolves

SEE EXACTLY WHAT MANY PRO ATHLETES ARE SAYING...

"As an NFL athlete, I've trained all over America. Working with Travis, his hands-on approach challenged me as an athlete. His knowledge, passion, and work ethic is amazing. I recommend Travis to anyone who aspires to reach their athletic goals."

Josh Barrett - Special Teams Specialist - Safety, New England Patriots

"My name is Santos Vazquez, and I was the 2012 108lb Olympian, now pro boxer. While I was on the USA boxing team, I learned about strength and conditioning, but was never taught like I'm being taught now by Travis. Travis teaches me every workout, step by step, and most important what it is going to improve me on. Ever since I've started to work out with him, it’s been great and very helpful. He is a very positive person and has goals like me."

Santos Vasquez - Professional Boxer

"After training with both the Cincinnati Bengals and University of Nevada strength staffs, and also Athletes Performance – which could arguably have the best athletic trainers in the country – I feel strongly that Travis has the knowledge and the ability to easily compare to all three. Within a few short weeks, Travis improved my flexibility, improved my knowledge of both nutrition and recovery, and was a pleasure to work with. It’s great to know that I’ve found a trainer for a long time to come."

Jeff Rowe - Former NFL Quarterback

INSIDE THE SPEED ENCYCLOPEDIA, YOU WILL DISCOVER...

Skylar Schroeder

Skylar was a much slower and skinnier version of himself a year and a half ago. He had decent speed at a high school level when he first started. He ran a fully electronic 5.24 second 40 yard dash.

Flash forward a year and a half later, and Skylar has solid collegiate-level acceleration by recording a 4.74 second 40. He gained 30 lbs. of muscle, and put 8 inches on his vertical jump as well. He was relentless and stuck with the program week in and week out and achieved fantastic results!

Results may vary.

AVOID DISAPPOINTMENT AND BOOST SPEED, GET THE SPEED ENCYCLOPEDIA NOW

This is a limited time offer.

You’ll only find this program here. You get everything you need, including strategies, drills, and workouts rigorously tested and perfected over time.

TOTAL COMBINED VALUE: $160

YOUR 30-DAY, NO HASSLE GUARANTEE

Go ahead and download the entire Speed Encyclopedia program right now. Try out every drill, technique, and strategy for the next 30 days. If you’re not absolutely convinced that this is the program that’ll finally boost your speed, acceleration, strength, conditioning, and performance, I’ll refund you 100% of your money – no hassle, no questions, no kidding!


REGULAR PRICE: $119

TODAY ONLY: ONE TIME PAYMENT of $47

[Special Introductory Offer – Limited Time Only]

Remember, you also get my 30-day, no hassle guarantee. You have absolutely nothing to lose, and everything to gain. Click the button above and get instant access to the entire program, plus 3 free bonuses.

I love speed training! That’s why inside The Speed Encyclopedia I share my insight, research, and experiences to steer you in the right direction – toward increased speed, success, and performance. I’m so confident this program will work for you that I give you a 30-day satisfaction guarantee.

Now, go make it happen!

Travis Hansen

B.S., NASM, ISSA, NCSF-CPT

Creator of The Speed Encyclopedia