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8th Anniversary Sale! Lowest Prices of the Year!

Posted by Latif Thomas

We’re celebrating our 8th Anniversary as a company this week and that means, for this week only, you can get all of our resources at the lowest prices of the year.

==> Complete Track & Field 8th Anniversary Sale

I think you know how a sale works so I’ll just stick to the relevant points here:

-The sale runs through midnight Pacific time on Friday, October 19, 2012.

-We only offer prices this low once every year, so if you’re one of those people who understands that if you want to help your athletes you have to buy something every once in a while, now is a great time to stock up on knowledge.

Scott Christensen's Ultimate Training Model for Cross Country

Scott Christensen’s Ultimate Training Model for Cross Country

-I’ve put together six ‘bundles’ that offer even greater discounts than individual program purchases. (Scroll down on the sale page to check them out.) Three are specific packages from coaches who have multiple resources on the site: Myself, Scott Christensen and Boo.

The other three bundles are combos of resources that I would want to get myself if, well, it wasn’t my site and I didn’t already have them all.

I’ve already had a handful of my local colleagues run their mouths about what they’re going to do to me and my athletes this year (all in good fun of course, I’m not one of those people who cries about trash talk) so you can be sure I’ll be bringing my A game. I expect you will as well.

Don’t be that team doing bootleg drills. The good teams are making fun of you.

Or the team doing full speed 4×2 handoffs at 7:45 in the morning. Chill out people, the relay doesn’t go off until 2. You should have done handoffs during premeet.

Or the jumpers having a seizure right before they start their approach. I don’t know what you’re doing or why. But just do a rollover start, this isn’t a dance competition.

==> Complete Track & Field 8th Anniversary Sale

To your success,

Latif Thomas

PS – Got questions? Post them below.

Latif Thomas owns and operates Complete Track and Field and serves as the Co-Director of the Complete Track and Field Clinic, the largest track and field clinic in the United States. A popular speaker and presenter at some of the largest coaching clinics in the country. Over the past 15 years, he has coached more combined League, Division, All State and New England Champions in the sprints, hurdles, and jumps than he had the emotional strength to go back and try to count. Follow @latif_thomas on Twitter

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  • Hi Latif! I like to keep current in my coaching and consider buying into some of the programs you have to offer here on completetrackandfield.com ,especially now that they’re on sale. What is the difference between your CST2 and CPD for sprinters? And will CST2 ever be digital?

    • @Svenny von Stovner:

      CST2 has more video of athletes performing drills and exercises with me offering technical analysis and talking about how to set up the particular activities in your practices. So it’s video, training inventory, technique primarily. CPD is more ‘PowerPoint’ based and is not about how to teach drills and technique. It is purely about setting up your program design for your HS short and long sprints groups.

      I am 75% sure I will have CST2 as a digital program by the end of the year. I’m working on it, but there are a couple of other projects ahead of it right now.

  • Alex Sharrock

    Alex Sharrock ran 14.36 HH 37.64 300 IH 55.69 400IH 48.9 SPLIT 4/400 as a Jr, and was Wisconsin 300IH State champion. He wants to improve all his times this season but I need a college type work out, training plan, for him but can’t seem to get any college hurdle coaches to assist me. He is beyound my coaching level to help him meet the goals he has set for 2013. In Oct he will start hurdling indoors. Any help or resources that you can recommend would be greatly appreciated. We do not have a indoor track but have a gym usage 3 times a week at nights.
    Thank You for any help.

    • @Alex Sharrock:

      Those are certainly impressive performances. And a college coach doesn’t have time to write an annual plan for a high school kid who is not on his team. It’s probably an NCAA violation of some sort. Your best bet is one of our programs where you have the option to ask the author questions when you aren’t sure what to do next.

      For your hurdle needs, I recommend Tony Veney’s program: http://completetrackandfield.com/hurdle-training/

      For your 400m needs, I recommend my 400 program: http://completetrackandfield.com/hs400m/

      If you have other questions, you can post them here.