Running faster isn't something you can just for some people. Some people are born to run fasternthan others. I'm not the fastest, but if u want to try to run faster, try doing sprints everyday. To run fast u also have to run long. To run longer trying going to a local track. Stay at a soft jog and see how far u can go without stopping. Once it's a freeze doing the soft jog, go a little faster, eventually you'll be running faster and longer.
just runn like a rabbid phyco path is chasing you, or work on bein more flexible so you can get your stride longer, and i dont really think runnin on treadmill is a good idea cuz ur only runnin inplace, trust me i run track.
Start with getting the right pair of Shoes! Start by walking...walking faster...running and walking intervals...run a little longer...longer the next time...start racing against your times...rest, stretch, hydrate, eat well and train harder...before you know it, you're there. When you're in it, stay in it, it's the best feeling...It's 80% Mental and 20% Ability and Will Power. You can Do it! I'm back at it from a break and every day I get closer to My Goal! Yeah I fall off, I just get back up again :)
Some of these answers are stupid... There is more than just running sprints. You do need to get a good pair of running shoes. You will want something light. Then you will want to do the training, first you will want to warm up. You need to get yourself warm and loose. To do that, take 2 laps around the track, the first lap is pure jogging, and the second lap is a running lap, so run through it, don't sprint yet though. After that you will want to stretch. Spend the next 5 minutes stretching. Stretch everything! Your legs, ankles, arms, shoulders, and neck. The trick is to get loose and stay loose. Then you will want to do some drills, high knees, and a good one is the 10-jog 50-sprint, which is when you jog for 10 yards then burst into a 50 yard sprint. Another thing you will want to do is weight lifting. Work on your neck. The neck helps to build strength in your shoulders for momentum build-up. Then work on the Shoulders, they are the key to running faster. They give your body the drive it needs to run fast. If there is a shoulder press or a bench press around, use them! Then abs will help a little sit ups should do, just do them with some weight. Then you need a schedule. This is mine:
Monday: Speed Day - 5 80 meters, 4 70 meters, 3 60 meters, 2 20 meters, or 1 100 meters. (Run 80 meter dashes, 5 times; taking 2 minute breaks between each one.) It's good to get a jog-in start on these.
Tuesday: Weight lifting. Go into a weight lifting room, and work on everything. Try to get bigger quads, a bigger chest, but keep all of your muscles in shape; you'll need every single one for running, and especially for sprinting.
Wednesday: Speed/Endurance Day - 2 300 meters. (It's important to get this kind of run, and to give it all you got on this. this will make you much faster.)
Thursday: Semi-Speed Day - 3 200 meters, 2 100 meters, 1 50 meters.
Friday: Weight-lifting, again. There is no set routine for everybody since every person is different and requires special needs. The main thing is to set aside 3 days to work on speed and 2 days to weight-lift. Start slow and work your way up.
That is about it, don't expect to be an world class sprinter after this, but if you do this you will see improvements :)