Summer Track and Field Clinic
How to Shatter Your Personal
Bests in the Sprints, Hurdles, Jumps and Throws
Discover the Training Secrets of Champion Track & Field Athletes
ATTENTION SPRINTERS, HURDLERS, JUMPERS, THROWERS & COACHES::
If you want to get better in the sprints, hurdles, jumps and/or throws, you’ll need to change the way you approach your training.
Picture the last big meet you competed in…
When you think about it, the best athletes in your events do things differently than everyone else, don’t they?
They warm up differently. (Like they have a specific plan and purpose…)
They do different drills. (And they do them better than you do…)
They do complicated drills you’ve never seen before and probably can’t do. (Like they know something you don’t know…)
And that’s just what you see at meets.
Here’s the truth:
There are specific things you should be doing in practice and at meets. Things you’re probably not doing. Things the best athletes already know and do on a regular basis. That’s one of the main reasons why they’re beating you.
But you can put an end to that. Starting today.
If you want to stay ahead of the competition or close the gap on people you know you can beat, you’ll want to know what the best sprinters and jumpers do. And start doing it too. And doing it better.
Waiting for everyone to arrive!
Because if you don’t, those people you’re just edging out now will start beating you. Those people who keep placing one or two spots ahead of you will be totally out of reach.
Why work so hard every day just to stay frustrated about not seeing consistent results or consistent improvements? The answers to your training questions are right in front of you!
If you’re ready to step up to the next level and find out exactly how much better you can sprint, hurdle, jump and throw, then you need to register for the 2012 New England Track & Field Clinic.
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The 2013 Complete Track & Field Clinic is For:
All High School (age 14 – 18) Sprinters who want to set new personal bests in the 55m, 100m, 200m, 300m, and/or 400m races.
- Why mastering the first 5 steps out of blocks will make or break your race…from 55-400m
- Which speed drills make you faster…and which ones make you slower…
- Race strategies guaranteed to lead to new personal bests…without running an extra step or a painful ‘booty-lock’ workout!
- 4 magic words proven to bring your fastest top speed to a whole new level…
- And much, much more…
All High School (age 14 – 18) Hurdlers who want to set new personal bests in the 55H, 100H/110HH and/or 300/400IH
- Why mastering the ‘cut step’ will minimize time spent in the air (air time = slow times for hurdlers!)
- How to establish and maintain the ideal number of steps in the 300/400 hurdles (it changes as you get deeper into the race…)
- Specific speed skills and hurdle techniques guaranteed to shave off chunks of time between hurdles
- Exactly how to fix that lazy trail leg once and for all…
- And much, much more!
All High School (age 14 – 18) Jumpers who want to set new personal bests in the High Jump, Long Jump, and/or Triple Jump.
- How to develop consistency in your approach so you take off on the board…every single time
- Proven drills for mastering penultimate step and take off mechanics
- How to use the board and/or the bar to make last second adjustments leading to new personal bests in pressure situations
- Event specific drills tailored to the high jump, long jump, and triple jump
- And much, much more
All High School (age 14 – 18) Throwers who want to set new personal bests in the Shot Put, Discus and Javelin.
- The secret to maximizing your leverage in the shot, disc and javelin
- How to quickly and easily generate and sustain rotational momentum
- Exactly why javelin throwers get injured and how to throw pain free all season
- Glide vs Rotational: Which method best fits your throwing style
- Specialized drill to create that Championship whip!
- And much, much more!
All High School Coaches who want to learn new workouts, drills, cues and training techniques from coaches getting Championship results year after year…after year
- The verbal cues, drills and techniques that cause the light bulb to go off for your athletes…instead of struggling through the same technical issues practice after practice
- How to successfully manage, teach and progress groups of athletes with a wide range of needs and abilities
- The specific differences between teaching acceleration and maximum velocity…from warm up to workouts and across event groups
- Answers to your coaching questions straight from our featured clinicians experienced in working in situations similar to yours
- And much, much more!
To ensure each athlete gets enough individual attention, we will limit the number of athletes in each event group. Each of the last two years we’ve had to stop taking new registrations upwards of four weeks before the clinic. And this year will be no different. Registrations are taken on a ‘first come, first serve’ basis, so register today to ensure you don’t get put on the waiting list.
Once an event group fills up, we will not add any more athletes. No exceptions!
2013 Complete Track & Field Clinic Daily Schedule*
|Saturday July 20, 2013
8:00-9:00am – Registration
| Sunday July 21, 2013
9:00-9:45am – Active Warm Up # 3
|Saturday July 20, 2013 – Coaches Seminar
6:00 – 6:50pm – Topics TBD
2013 Complete Track & Field Clinic Info
Cost for Athletes (per Session):
Cost for Coaches (both Session):
All athletes will receive the following as part of their registration:
Inclement Weather Policy: While we do have access to the indoor track and plan to use it, the number of attendees means the 2013 Complete Track & Field Clinic will be run outdoors, rain or shine. In the event of thunder and lightning, we’ll delay the clinic until the weather passes. We cannot fit everyone indoors and to ensure the quality of the event, will not plan to do so!
Complete Track and Field Clinic Disclaimer: Camps run at Harvard University are done for the benefit of the Harvard coaching staff and not affiliated directly with Harvard University.
If you have questions about the 2013 Complete Track & Field Clinic, visit our Frequently Asked Questions page.
If your question is not answered there, you can send an email to:
*This is a general clinic schedule. Based on the specific needs of each event group, the schedule may change slightly based on the skills being planned by event group staff.