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Circuit Training Design & Administration Bundle
Boo Schexnayder provides a complete how-to guide for designing, performing, and administering circuit training for track and field athletes, regardless of event group. This is the ultimate user’s manual for the use of General Strength, Medicine Balls, In Place Jumps, and Weight Circuits. In this bundle Boo gives you a detailed analysis of the 6 specific purposes of circuit training, which is guaranteed to give you a new understanding of where, when, and how to use circuits effectively, regardless of training age, weather, event group, or facility limitations.
Plyometric Training for Sports Performance
Irving “Boo” Schexnayder is regarded internationally as one of the leading authorities in training design. The knowledge presented in this program reflects 36 years of experience in the coaching and consulting fields. No serious coach of speed/power athletes should write another training session without first investing in this program. Boo teaches you exactly how to approach short and long term planning for teaching progressing In Place Jumps, Short Horizontal Bounds, Vertical Bounds, Hurdle Hops, Extended Bounds, Box and Depth Jumps.
Specific Strength Development for Sprinters & Hurdlers
It's not enough to be 'strong'. Sprinters and hurdlers must be able to specifically apply the types of strength and power qualities directly related to their events. Dave Cusano shares an approach to developing these qualities you don't normally see in traditional track and field sprints programs. Delivered digitally (no DVD will be shipped) this 48 minute program filmed at the 2016 Complete Track and Field Clinic at Harvard University, Colby College's David Cusano clears up the confusion by taking you step by step through the specific strength, power and technical application exercises and skills that will lead your athletes to new personal bests when it matters most.
Key Training Considerations for the Multiple Event Athlete
Your multiple event athletes need a carefully planned and prescribed mix of speed, strength and technical qualities. Too much, too little, or combining the wrong activities at the wrong times all but guarantees they won't be able to perform at their best in each event. Delivered digitally (no DVD will be shipped) this 37 minute program filmed at the 2016 Complete Track and Field Clinic at Harvard University, Harvard's Kebba Tolbert clears up the confusion by taking you step by step through how to effectively and efficiently select and implement the training activities that will lead your athletes to new personal bests when it matters most.
Homemade Strength Training Equipment
Complete Teaching Progressions for the Throwing Events
Boo Schexnayder created the ultimate coaching resource for building throwers from the ground up. In this 69 minute DVD Boo gives you: 3 simple teaching progressions to teach positioning, strike, and footwork fundamentals in delivery, 3 detailed teaching series designed to effectively implement the glide, turns, and crossovers and drill sequences for the glide shot put, discus, rotational shot put, *and* javelin. This program is designed to help you discover key technical points and where in the drill sequence each should be introduced for each progression and event. Finally, every drill, exercise and progression is broken down and analyzed using clear and simple terminology.
Weight Training for Speed, Power & Sports Performance
Boo developed a program with his full weight room training inventory, strength training progressions and guidelines for deciding which lifts to do based on time of year, including sets, reps, intensities and recoveries. He gives step-by-step teaching progressions for the Olympic Lifts with detailed technique pointers for Squats, the Bench Press, and Split Position lifts. You'll learn how to get work done in the weight room with training done on the track, runway and/or pit and will receive demonstrations, including bodybuilding circuits and remedial exercises, nearly 100 in all.