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Discover How to Build Champion Track and Field Sprinters
CST2 – The Gold Standard for high school coaches who aren’t blessed with Division I talent, facilities or budgets. Created by a high school coach for high school coaches. If you’re interested in developing a working understanding of how to teach technique and implement quality workouts for your young 55m-400m runners in the short (i.e., not college length) season, then click here!
The Truth About Planning More Effective Training for Your High School 400m Runners…Even with Your Short 12 Week Season, Mid Week Dual Meets and a Team Full of Wannabe 100m Runners!
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How to Build the Perfect 100 Meter Sprinter…From Start to Finish
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Who else wants immediate access to advanced concepts in training 400 meter runners?
Coach Mangiacotti shows you exactly how to progress your 400m training for the entire year and forces you to really take a deeper look at your 400 meter training program and philosophy… click here.
Even the best coaches may have moments of uncertainty as they question their approach to training the 400/600/800 meter athlete. Given the demands of the events, and the varied strengths and weaknesses of the athletes who do well here, coaches have important decisions to make regarding training design. Once you have an understanding of what qualities to train and how to train them in isolation, then you can get creative in combining these qualities in unique ways shared in this program.
Coach Schexnayder’s newest program gives you a step by step blueprint for planning and organizing more effective and efficient practices when you coach multiple event groups (like sprints, hurdles *and* jumps) and have groups of athletes competing in multiple events groups. Ensure all athletes get appropriate training, no matter how many events they do! Learn more here…
Here’s how to write effective workouts and technical progressions for your combo sprinters/jumpers and ensure you’re not giving these athletes too much (or too little) specific training as you move toward Championship Season. To learn more, click here.