Spring Sale – Lowest Price Ever on CST2

Posted by Latif Thomas



When speaking/presenting at a clinic or conference, it’s customary to give the coaches in attendance a great deal on your programs.  So, this winter, when talking to coaches at both the Wisconsin Track Coaches Clinic and New England Track Coaches Clinic, I gave those coaches the lowest price on Complete Speed Training 2 that I’ve ever offered.

From now until the end of the day tomorrow, Friday April 8, I’m going to give you that same deal.

The truth is,  I rarely have sales on programs. I’ve never offered CST2 for this low of a price and you’ll never see it for a lower price. Based on my personal results and the feedback I get from customers, CST2 will make your life easier, make your sprinters faster and, after you start using it, I’m confident you’ll agree it’s worth every penny.

Now, maybe you’re not sold that I know what I’m talking about. After all, I don’t train Olympians. I just work with high school kids. If that’s the world you live in, I can help.

But, I know you might be hesitant to purchase CST2. Because I know there are some fraudulent ‘coaches’ out there selling programs they invented while taking a nap, eating a sandwich or various other things that definitely are not coaching athletes.

I’m not even going to try and get creative here. Not sure if I’m for real?

Well, I said I spoke at the Wisconsin Track Coaches Clinic this past February. You don’t get invited to speak at these types of events if you’re not getting results. But, hey, maybe I’m making that up. Click here and you will see that I’m not. (Not bad company, eh?)

I’m a big believer in coaching education. I often use the term ‘New Breed’ Coach to describe the type of coach who chooses to improve their coaching knowledge instead of doing the same old stuff every year. Because I don’t believe coaches are glorified babysitters. Want to know where the term ‘New Breed’ coach comes from? Watch this video from a segment on speed training a Boston News Station did on me last summer:

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“Yeah, yeah Latif. That’s all well and good. But what kind of results are you actually getting?”

Ah, yes. Great question. Now we don’t run the kinds of times here in the Northeast (especially here in the suburbs…) that kids are running in (insert warm weather state). But, then again, kids from (insert warm weather state) wouldn’t be running those times if they lived here in the Northeast.

Nonetheless, in ’09 my girls 4×1 team tore through our state’s record books by going undefeated for the season and rewriting, literally, every state record they could possibly break.

But maybe I’m making that up too.

So, watch this video of the devastation they rained down on the competition. Just beware, the music in the background has a few swear words in it. So if you’re at school right now or are easily offended, just turn your speakers down.

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“Yeah, yeah Latif. That’s all well and good. But what are the people saying about you?”

 Ah yes. Fair question. Here are a few kind words from CST2 customers:

 “Thanks again for your program “CST2: How To Build Champion Sprinters”.  I’m oneof those back-in-the-day sprinters from the New York area returning to the sport to assist my daughter’s middle school track team in GA.  I ran the 60 to 300 in high school and 200, 400 and sprint relays in college. I wish I had access to this type of info back then.  In any event, I just wanted to reach out and say “thank you” for completing this body of work.  The girls are benefiting from your program and I’m having a great time sharing the sport with them.  Definitely feels like a second win (wind). Keep it positive!

 -Steve Strother
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 Latif,

 I know you are busy not only coaching your own teams but managing all of us coaches Nationwide. Just to remind you, much of the training (my son) has received over the past two years comes from you my friend!!  I have bought every speed training program you’ve ever written! Our teams times are continuing to drop and our mostly sophomore team is beginning to dominate the older competition!  Thanks for all your help.”

 – Brad McManus
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 “For many years, and coaching classes, I have struggled to find the basic information of the substance and specifics of how to train athletes to become stronger and faster.  I have, like many others, learned tips and tricks along the way from other coaches and athletes.  CST2 provides me with a comprehensive guide to aid in my implementation of my sprints program as well as my general strength program for all my athletes.

In a short time I have seen strength improvements which have translated into better performance of my athletes, and even 2 provincial records since the start of 2011.”

-Steve Morley

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Latif,

“We spoke at the Dartmouth Relays earlier in the season. I just wanted to thank you again for your work and your resources that you have made available. My team just won our first state title which is also the first boys state championship in school history. I can’t thank you enough for your help. I can’t wait to learn more and keep the titles coming in.”

Sincerely,

Nate Burns
Nashua High North
Nashua, NH
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Gidday Latif

The New Zealand domestic season is winding up and the athletes I coach have all hit fantastic PB’s to date and I put a great deal of this down to a shift or rather a fine-tuning of my coaching philosophy based on your ideas in CST2. Down here at the bottom of the country (where we account for less than 2% of registered athletes in the country, but account for 10%+ of international representatives in any given year) there is one highly experienced coach who has been pumping out high quality international level athletes for a few years now, but I am now on the cusp of doing the same thing, especially with my group of sprinters and that is really exciting, especially as I am a relatively young coach (who still likes to crank out the odd race to keep the young fellas on their toes  ) To date CST2 has been by far and away the best investment I have made as a coach (and that includes attending conferences here and abroad run by some of the best coaches in the world). The results speak for themselves – for example, having a New Zealand 100m junior schoolboy champion from this area is pretty much unheard of, especially given the margin and ease of his victory. So from me and my dedicated group of athletes a huge thank you!

Cheers

Lorne Singer
Athletics Southland Development Officer
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OK. I think I’m bordering on overkill at this point. If you don’t have CST2 and all of this doesn’t convince you, well, quite honestly, there’s nothing more I can do for you except wish you the best of luck in all your future endeavors.

But to all the new members of the CST2 family, welcome to the next level my friends! I will see you over at the podium!

To your success,

Latif Thomas

Complete Speed Training Vol. 2: How to Build Champion Sprinters



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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  • Roger

    My kid does not run track, but plays football, baseball, etc. Will this program help? For athletes that do run track, is this an offseason program where parents help their child?

    • @Roger:

      Roger – For non-track athletes, I recommend the original CST:

      http://www.completespeedtraining.com

      For athletes that do run track, Complete Speed Training 2 ( http://www.completespeedtraining2.com ) will help you understand what you need to do if you want to work with your kids in the offseason. Is there an ‘offseason program’ specificially related to that? No. But the workout progressions and programs that are in there will suit your needs because you’ll know what to do. It might not make complete make sense now, but once you start going through the videos, you’ll start to get ideas for what you should do with your kid/s and you’ll say to yourself, ‘Oh ok, now I see what he meant by that.”

      • Ordered today! Looking forward to sharing the information with my twin boys.

        …Tim

  • Matt

    What changes did you make for Vol II from the original? Thanks.

  • Bruce

    Latif,
    Love the info you give. Would like to buy your product for my son. Not the fastest athelete and that may be holding him back. The problem is that I’m not sure that I will be able to learn enough ( I was always slow also) to teach him properly. I mean I could read a book and see a video about doing someone’s brakes on their car, but I’m not sure I would want to be in that car after I did the brake job. Know what I mean?

    • @Bruce:

      I completely understand what you mean. And, in truth, I don’t think it’s going to be a problem for you for a number of reasons. First, I’ve had truly hundreds of parents say the same thing to me over the years. And the second largest group of customers we have (behind high school coaches) is parents. Throughout the program, I am speaking to coaches/parents/athletes, etc under the assumption that they’re not World Class Coaches who have been studying this stuff for years. I keep it simple. I don’t use fancy language or scientific terms. If you just pick up and teach your son a little bit about speed development, a little bit about getting stronger, a little bit about how to warm up, a little bit about how to run races, learn a couple new drills, etc., he’ll get better. Making young athletes faster isn’t about getting very complicated. It’s about making them a better overall athlete. And that really comes down to following some consistent, common sense training principles and learning how to do drills and exercises correctly. I think, based on the comments made by parents saying the exact same thing you’re saying, that you’ll find the process to be far less complicated and stressful than learning how to change your car’s brakes. And if I’m wrong, you have 2 months to decide and then return it for a full refund.

      Hope that helps.

      LT