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    Upper Body Mechanics in the Throws

    Biomechanical Concerns.  When we examine upper body activity on the throwing events, we are concerned with six key realms. They are lengthening the rotational path of the implement, delaying the upper body movements, turning, maintaining positional relationships, the sweep/block, and the strike.   Lengthening the Rotational Path of the Implement Closed Shoulders.  During the delivery,…

    Posted by Boo Schexnayder

    The Athlete Profile-Part 2

    Track coaches use the disciplines of physiology and psychology to develop successful athletes. This can be difficult in part because coaches usually work with large groups of athletes in their training group. The application of unique training and psychological stimuli within the training group is called individualization of training. To do this effectively is critical…

    Posted by Scott Christensen

    The Healthy Runner Project

    Over the last 50 years the training of distance runners has evolved from a process of trial and error testing, to specific event-centered progressions that are deeply based in the scientific method.  Exercise physiologists, cardiologists, and endocrinologists, working with training theorists, have provided a wealth of empirical evidence for coaches to use as a resource…

    Posted by Scott Christensen

    Complete Track and Field Black Friday Coupon Codes and Special Offers

    Everything in the CTF Store is on sale for the lowest prices of the year until midnight Eastern on Wednesday December 3, 2014. We’ve also added DVD versions of all full programs, which you can sort through by event group. Here is the list of deals you can get. If you follow us here at…

    Posted by latif

    The Athlete Profile – Part 1

    Track coaches use the disciplines of physiology and psychology to develop successful athletes.  This can be difficult in part because coaches usually work with large groups of athletes in their training group.  The application of unique training and psychological stimuli within the training group is called individualization of training.  To do this effectively is critical…

    Posted by Scott Christensen

    Workout Themes

    One of the most important chores that a cross country coach does is to set the workout themes for the many daily sessions during the season.  The workouts must be compatible with the other workouts that are sequenced around each other, and themes must be appropriate for the time in the macrocycle in which they…

    Posted by Scott Christensen
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