wind sprint

wind sprint

 (wĭnd)
n.
One of a series of sprints run to develop breath and endurance.

wind′ sprint`

(wɪnd)
n.
a sprint, usu. one of several, run by an athlete for training purposes.
[1945–50]
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Wind River offers a two-day "Wind Sprint" service that puts an experienced engineer on site to guide the installation and use of the company's tools on a customer's development system.
On December 11, as the stock market entered the final turn in its wind sprint toward 2,000, John Phelan, chairman of the New York Stock Exchange, suggested that stock index futures, in combination with certain recent trading strategies, might cause the market to experience a "meltdown." "Two years ago, I would have said no," Phelan told a meeting of Gannett Newspaper editors.
He was halfway through the wind sprint when a teammate called out:
Coach told us we had to keep running wind sprints as long as the old guy was jogging!' He was watching them.
In his first week, he held three two-and-a-half-hour practices, including extra wind sprints and military style push-ups.
In my tomboy childhood dreams, the biggest barrier to an NFL career wasn't my height or my lack of a Y chromosome--it was the ice baths, Many pro athletes (and some amateurs, too) submerge themselves in ice water to slow post-exercise inflammation and help repair micro-tears in muscles, In my quest to become a star receiver for the Buccaneers, I was down for the weight room and wind sprints, but ice baths?
Before you knew it, spring training was well on its way to being a profit center in which teams would share facilities; figure out ways to get fans excited about bunting drills, wind sprints, and batting practice; and squeeze lots of cash out of what used to be a way for players to work out the kinks from their offseason jobs in the factory, in the shoe store, or on the farm.
Joseph Epstein; WIND SPRINTS; Axios Press (Nonfiction: Essays) 24.00 ISBN: 9781604191004
We prefer Santa Claus (Clinton, Obama), not the high school coach who makes us do wind sprints (Mitt Romney).
They had just finished running their laps, doing wind sprints and stretching (the stretching was done in the shade).
Josie, you were running wind sprints across the shallow; Georgia, you liked to sidle up to a floating sugar maple branch and stare at it, pick it up, hold it to the light, chew.