I am trying to increase the amount of sprinting and cutting that I can do consecutively without getting burned out.
I recently started a tough workout program/plan that has me doing jumps and lunges followed immediately by sprints with little down time in between reps. The "little" downtime turned into "more" downtime because I couldn't keep the pace up.
What's the best way to increase my anaerobic energy levels so I can increase my intensity and decrease my recovery time?
I'm 25, if that makes a difference.
Edit: I should also add that I am 6'2", 190lbs and have been very active my whole life.
I think what I am looking for is some general information on anaerobic endurance, anaerobic recovery and how to improve them./Edit
Edit: I know how to pace my self as a distance runner, so I know what my aerobic energy levels can sustain over various distances. All of the exercises in this program surpass the levels that I can sustain continuously. How can I teach my body to recover quickly so I can surpass my aerobic levels repeatedly and then recover very, very quickly?/Edit