For many track and field coaches, strength and conditioning for each event group is an area of relative weakness.
I know I feel more comfortable and confident writing ‘track workouts’ than I do managing strength and weight room progressions, multijump contacts, or multithrow volumes and frequency.
That’s why I’m extremely excited to announce that Boo Schexnayder, along with former University of Nebraska coach Carrie Lane, will be running a strength and conditioning certification course on August 22-23, here in Providence, Rhode Island.
Event specific strength and conditioning is one of the most frequently searched and requested topics and Boo Schexnayder is as good as it gets.
This USTFCCCA Coaching Acaemy Course runs over the span of two days, taught by two of the world’s best coaches and teachers, both presenting video and graphically enhanced curriculum designed specifically to enhance the technical expertise of the Track & Field Coach..
You can click here for more course information and registration instructions, as well as see answers to frequently asked questions.
You can also post your questions below or at the above link. I will be happy to answer them or get answers directly from Boo.
All forms of strength and power development are critical, especially in the technical events. I have little doubt it will completely transform the way you approach strength, power, and conditioning with all of your high school or collegiate athletes.
SPECIAL OFFER: If you've already registered as a coach for the 2015 Complete Track and Field Clinic and also want to attend this course, I know that can cut into your budget. But, when you sign up for the Strength and Conditioning Certification, simply email a copy of your receipt to firstname.lastname@example.org and I'll give you a $75.00 credit toward your next CTF coaching program.