-No One, ever
The sled does suck, a lot, especially the way it is used in most instances: bent over, head down, puke muscles working in overdrive. I am here to tell you though that there are more uses to the sled than what you likely do everyday.
There is a place for explosive, fast pushing of the sled. We use it all the time for speed training and even in conditioning for our athletes (with tons of rest in between). These should be a part of your program, but just getting down on a low sled and pushing until someone pukes isn’t an effective way to train athletes.
In this post I am going to share with you the novel uses that are going to teach your athletes better locomotion patterns, challenge their entire body, and help them improve their game.
So sit back and relax while you read it, but get ready to do some serious work as you put these to use!