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Specific Endurance for Sprints & Hurdles: An Advanced Approach

$97.00

 

At Last! A Proven Formula for Developing Specific Endurance in Your Sprinters and Hurdlers!

 

 

 

 

Why Do Your Sprinters and Hurdlers Struggle to Execute Late in Races?

The last 30m in the 100.

The last 120m in the 400.

The last 60-70m in the 200.

The last 3-4 hurdles in the 100H.

If your athletes struggle during these parts of their races, they lack the ability to specifically endure the Championship segment of their events.

Since you plan the training, their failure to execute when it matters may stem from errors you’re making in your activity and exercise selection.

QUESTION: How many days per week are your sprinters running in practice?

ANSWER: Too many.

“Oh but Latif if they’re not running enough they won’t be in shape.”

In shape for what, though?

What does “in shape” mean for sprinters and hurdlers?

What is all that running you’re doing supposed to be accomplishing, exactly?

They’re not running faster times because A) they’re weak and B) they’re uncoordinated.

12×200 won’t fix either of those problems.

Whenever I speak at clinics I can always tell the people who don’t like what I’m saying because they lean back in the chair with their arms crossed, frowning disapprovingly.

Maybe that’s you right now.

Maybe you agree completely. Maybe you’re intrigued.

Is running not a thing now?

What should you be spending your time doing at practice?

Well, coach, you can have the answers to all of these questions, and many more…

…starting today.

 

Kebba Tolbert’s new program ‘Specific Endurance Development in Sprints and Hurdles: An Advanced Approach’ eliminates all mystery and confusion about this component of your workout planning.

Before I show you what the program is all about, take a look at some of Coach Tolbert’s coaching credentials. For the sake of saving space, here is what he achieved last year alone:

 

It was another record breaking year for Tolbert’s group in 2017 – two of Harvard’s four competitors at the NCAA Indoor Track and Field Championships were coached by Kebba: Zoe Hughes (pentathlon) and Gabby Thomas (200m).

The success continued during the outdoor season – Thomas earned USTFCCCA First Team All-America distinction, placing third at the NCAA Outdoor Track and Field Championships in the 200m, while senior Jade Miller also earned USTFCCCA First Team All-America honors, placing sixth at the NCAA Outdoor Meet.

Tolbert guided Harvard’s sprinters, hurdlers, and horizontal jumpers to historic feats and contributed 117 of the team’s 164 points to win a fourth straight Ivy Outdoor Heps title.

Tolbert was again named the USTFCCCA Northeast Region Assistant Coach of the Year for the outdoor campaign, his third in-a-row.

 

Here’s What You Get When You Order Today:

Component #1 – An ‘A to Z’ Approach to Specific Endurance Development [VIDEO]

Component #2 – Practical Solutions to Real World Training Scenarios [VIDEO] 

Component #3 – Complete Set of Audio Recordings 

Component #4 – Sample Microcycles + Presentation Slides 

Component #5 – 95 Page ‘Sprinting & Hurdling’ eBook 

Bonus – Lifetime Q&A Support with Kebba Tolbert 

 

Satisfaction guaranteed – 60-day, ‘no questions asked’, money-back guarantee.

Click ‘Get Immediate Access’ below to order now or click here for a more detailed description of the program.