SPRINTS & HURDLES
Free Coaching Seminar Shows You Why You’re NOT Running a Modern HS Sprints Program…And Exactly What You Must Change Immediately
Have you ever used speed drills to improve running mechanics? How about attempting to improve blocks starts by letting kids use starting blocks?
Have you ever seen a sprinter fall apart at the end of a race and thought, “They need more strength”?
How about giving them more rest or slowing them down in a workout in order to complete a certain amount of volume or number of intervals?
Once athletes can do a certain number of intervals in a certain time, have you ever increased the number of intervals from, say, 6 to 8 (instead of doing the original 6, but at a faster pace)?
If you said ‘yes’ to one or more of the previous examples, your coaching philosophy likely falls somewhere between ‘outdated’ and ‘dinosaur program’.
Watch this presentation and find out exactly where you’re missing the mark, as well as practical strategies for modernizing your approach to coaching high school 55m – 400m sprinters.
If your sprinters' and hurdlers' settings in the blocks aren't set up correctly, they'll continue to step out, pop up, spin out and generally make you feel like you don't know what you're doing as a sprints coach.
Instead, use this free 'cheat sheet' from Latif Thomas as a guide to ensure you correctly set your sprinters (and sprint hurdlers) up to maximize their ability to out-execute the competition by violently and efficiently pushing themselves into a proper and efficient sprinting (ground striking) position.
MIDDLE DISTANCE & DISTANCE
There's no shortage of information on training short (55m-200m) sprinters.
And there's no challenge in finding information on training long (200m-400m) sprinters.
But, when it comes to planning effective training for your athletes whose skill set lies primarily in the 400m, 800m (and 600m, depending on where you live) event range, finding quality and specific training information was once a time consuming (and frustrating) process.
Download Ron Grigg's free report covering the 7 Laws of Training Primary Event 400m, 600m and/or 800m Runners and discover exactly how to balance the 'speed' and 'strength' qualities leading to maximal success in this tricky range of events.
Mileage and interval training workouts aren't enough to guarantee success in the endurance events.
An effective race plan can make the difference between success and failure, All Conference and Also Ran.
Use this free report from Scott Christensen detailing race tactics and strategy for all endurance events from 800m - 5000m.
So you're new to coaching distance runners. Maybe you're new to coaching in general or you're moving over from another event group. You may not be familiar with the lingo and aren't sure how to put an effective training program together.
If any of this sounds familiar, this 'coaching clinic' is a great place to start.
Led by Scott Christensen, the USTFCCCA Lead Endurance Instructor with over 30 years coaching experience at the high school level, you'll soon understand the fundamentals age and gender appropriate training volumes and intensities, current scientific training information and terminology, and energy system development.
You'll also be provided with a framework for planning training, including examples and analysis of specific workouts.
Whether it's the start, approach, set up, take off, in-flight mechanics, and/or landing, there are no shortage of opportunities for your jumpers' attempts to go completely off the rails.
Discover why it's going wrong and find out exactly how to fix the problems with 2008 US Olympic Team Jumps Coach Boo Schexnayder's (free) guides on Finding and Fixing Common Errors in the Long Jump, High Jump, and Triple Jump.
These guides consist of a 45 point technical checklist (Long Jump), finding/fixing common errors manual (High Jump), and Step (Second) Phase Repair Flow Chart (Triple Jump) that will quickly become invaluable coaching aids both in practice and competition.
Consistent results in the throwing events begin with locating common mistakes made by your athletes and learning how to perfect these errors well before they step foot in a throwing circle.
World premier field event coach, Boo Schexnayder, has created a 9 phase technical checklist for the glide shot put to help you teach proper form and discover simple techniques that can improve your throwers performances.
This 'cheat sheet' will guide you through initial contact (grip and load) with the shot put to the moment it is released and the last phase is completed.