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This article is guest blogged by Lee Ness, a UKA qualified Event Group Coach for Sprints and Hurdles, the Head Coach/Sprint Coach at City of Salisbury Athletics, and Running Club and Track and Field Team Manager for Wiltshire Athletics Association. Click here for my review on Lee Ness’ Sports … [Read more...]

Integrating Strength & Power Training for Sprinters into the Track Session [Part 3]

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The Employment of On-Track, Applicable Strength Training Methods Transferable to Sprint Performance. Jim Hiserman is the author of 3 books: The Art of Long Hurdling: A Guide to Racing and Training for 400 meter Hurdles Program Design Method for Sprints & Hurdle Training Strength and … [Read more...]

Michelle Thomas and the Winning Mindset: Her Story

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This article was written by Stevie Gee, a personal trainer, fitness coach and a GB Master Athlete at 400m. He competed for Northern Ireland in the early 1990s, and aims to run at the European Vets Athletic Championships, next year’s World Masters Championships in Lyon M45 over 400m. Click here … [Read more...]

Integrating Strength & Power Training for Sprinters into the Track Session [Part 2]

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The Employment of On-Track, Applicable Strength Training Methods Transferable to Sprint Performance. Jim Hiserman is the author of 3 books: The Art of Long Hurdling: A Guide to Racing and Training for 400 meter Hurdles Program Design Method for Sprints & Hurdle Training Strength and … [Read more...]

Sprinting: 10 Research Articles for Effective Sprint Training [Part 4]

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This article was written by Paul Hoffman.  You can read his previous articles here.  He has read and researched several research papers on sprinting and performance articles so you don’t have to. If any of these articles interest you, feel free to research the case studies and methodology and … [Read more...]

Trends In Middle Distance Running Training and the Effects on Middle Distance Athletes

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This article was guest blogged by Jonathan M. George, M.S.  He is the Assistant Cross Country/Track Coach at Fort Hays State University Trends In Middle Distance Running Training and the Effects on Middle Distance Athletes Introduction According to the United States Census Bureau the most … [Read more...]

Nature, Nurture, and Window of Opportunity – Testing Youth for Athletic Ability – Part 2

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This tutorial is guest blogged by Mike Goss,CSCS, and Level II USATF, jumps, throws, and combined events.  Mike is also in the Coaches Advisory for USATF-GA.  He previously wrote Motivating and Evaluating Jumpers  and  Progressive Training for Triple Jump. Click here for all articles written … [Read more...]

Nature, Nurture, and Window of Opportunity – Testing Youth for Athletic Ability – Part 1

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This tutorial is guest blogged by Mike Goss, CSCS, and Level II USATF, jumps, throws, and combined events.  Mike is also in the Coaches Advisory for USATF-GA.  He previously wrote Motivating and Evaluating Jumpers  and  Progressive Training for Triple Jump. Click here for all articles written … [Read more...]