Based on the pages I see people searching for on the site, there’s a good chance you’re on the hunt for more/better/newer track workouts and progressions.
As I am here to serve, I’ve put some programs on sale that will address all of your needs on the oval, from the 100m to the 3200m.
Here they are (all sale prices will be effective at check out.):
1. Tony Veney’s new ‘Complete Program Design for 300 & 400 Hurdles’
Simply put, USATF Master Coach Tony Veney shows you everything you want to know about developing top flight athletes in the high school 300 hurdles and 400 hurdles. Most coaches don’t do a particularly good job coaching these events so if you’re one of those coaches who likes to score points at meets, these are ‘free money’ events. You can only do so much against freaks hacking their way to fast times in the 100m, but you can certainly outcoach people in these events.
2. Marc Mangiacotti’s ‘Advanced 400m Training Concepts + Complete 100m Training’ bundle
If, like most sprints coaches, you’re responsible for both short (100-200) and long (200-400) sprinters, you can kill two birds with one stone with this combo. Again, freaks are freaks. But, when you use these programs to guide your progressions, you can outcoach and your kids can outexecute the teams and athletes who just go out and do whatever that stuff is they’re doing at meets.
I struggle to find the words to describe how much information is contained in this digital ‘4 pack’, so I’ll let Scott do it:
“The Training Model for HS Middle Distance & Cross Country’ are designed for the coach to take the athlete from the first day of track practice to the last meet of the season. The programs are each separated into five month long presentations, and the narration varies from 65-85 minutes as I present an individual slide on each workout and describe the science and application behind each activity in every training session. This program takes “Complete Middle Distance and Complete Cross Country (also known as Preparing the Elite Junior Middle Distance/Cross Country Runner) programs to exciting new depths for both male and female high school runners of any ability. I view this workout program as a farm-to-table cookbook where I not only give you all of the recipes, but I also go into depth in describing each of the ingredients.”
Well, friends, there you have it.
Best of luck this season. Whether you're coach, parent, or athlete, I hope to see you this summer at the 5th Annual Complete Track and Field Summer Clinic at Harvard University!