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This College Coach Gave Me One Training Tip That Is More Valuable For Female Athletes Than Males

By |November 30th, 2020|Featured, In-Season Training, Track and Field|

During my off-season, I’ve been able to pick the brains of several college coaches about their training methods and tactics.  Sometimes, what they share with me can be applicable to high school athletes and younger.  Other times it can not. One sprint coach I was talking to shared his thoughts on in-season training.  This one [...]

Two Components That Will Keep Your Sprinters Running At A Fast Gear

By |July 21st, 2020|Featured, Off-Season Training, Speed Training, Strength Training, Track and Field|

I am a firm believer that speed can be improved.  Anyone looking to improve speed, if you can get them stronger I feel you got a great shot to getting them faster. Yes, it is a little more complex than just getting them stronger.  There certainly are some strategies involved with that.  But, typically if [...]

Part 3 – How This Athlete Went From Not Being Relevant To The State Track Finals In One Year

By |July 9th, 2019|Featured, Speed Training, Strength Training, Track and Field, Workouts|

Part 3 of our series of how we got a track athlete (Anna Kessler) faster so she was able to have the necessary speed to make the state 100M finals. The previous two weeks, I discussed the previous season’s times and what the object was for the offseason to get her in a better position [...]

How This Athlete Went From Not Being Relevant To The State Track Finals In One Year (Part 1)

By |June 25th, 2019|Featured, Speed Training, Strength Training, Track and Field, Workouts|

Back in the fall, I wrote a blog post about one of our athletes, Aziza Ayoub, and the program we did with her to help her win the Ohio state track championship in the 800M (twice).  You can read about Aziza’s program by clicking here. We were fortunate enough this year to have three athletes [...]