Top 5 Posts of the Week (4/12-4/18)

Posted by Latif Thomas

If I send out too many emails, people start losing their minds. So, unless you visit the site a few times a week, you’re missing some great (free) information.

Here, then, are the Top 5 Most Viewed posts from over the last 7 days:

5: Speed Training Starts Early by Marc Mangiacotti (Harvard University)

4: Set Up Your High Jump Approach by Reuben Jones (Columbia University)

3: 3 Reasons Sprinters Fall Apart at the End of Races by Latif Thomas (Bishop Feehan HS – MA)

2: Coaching the National Record Holder at 1600m by Scott Christensen (Stillwater HS – MN)

1: 3 Rules for Building a Championship Culture by Latif Thomas (Bishop Feehan HS – MA)


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By the way –

If you missed it last week, we’ve just released a new throws program from Boo Schexnayder. Check it out here:

==> Complete Teaching Progressions for the Throwing Events.

Latif Thomas - Latif Thomas owns and operates Complete Track and Field and serves as the Co-Director of the Complete Track and Field Clinic at Harvard University, the largest track and field clinic in the United States. A popular speaker and presenter at some of the largest coaching clinics across the country, Latif has true passion for the sport and it definitely shows. Over the past 19 years, he has coached more combined League, Division, All-State, and New England Champions in sprints, hurdles, and jumps than he can count. Follow @latif_thomas on Twitter.

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