Here is a link to your in-season strength program.
In-season and off-season strength training programs should be different. Our in season strength program focuses on sport specific skills while the off season program is designed to address more general areas of strength and fitness. The key features of our in season strength program are...
Shift training emphasis from the weight room to the track. Your in- season strength program should only take 30 minutes twice a week.
Speed and power are critical qualities for track and field athletes. Most athletes spend the bulk of the year developing these qualities and then it’s easy to lose them during the season just at the time when they need them most.
While I personally like to use olympic lifts for this, not everyone can. Multi jump, multi throw routines, and sprinting develop speed and power.
If you want to keep the strength, power, and quickness that you spent the last 4 to 6 months working to get, then strength train in-season. Why work so hard to just give it all up and start at square one the following offseason? The idea is progression from season to season and year to year.