OK. Well, at this point, I think you know how my ‘Last Chance’ emails go.
You have until the end of the day to get Coach Veney’s excellent new hurdle program for $49. When you wake up tomorrow, the price will double.
In life, I have learned that you have to fail your way to success. However, hurdle practice is not the place to run that experiment. So I ask a lot of questions in order to minimize that experience for my athletes. And the set up of the hurdle program makes it very easy to ask questions.
Here are a few that have been posted on the hurdle program so far. So if this is the kind of information you’d like to know (in addition to four hours of video in the core program) you should take another look at Coach Veney’s program:
“…question I have is for arm positions. Some coaches want you to read your watch which is the way I was taught, while LSU uses the overhead swinging method. Which do you feel provides the best elastic stretch, quickness, and drive? Also hands, should the leading arm have the thumb pointed down?”
“What is the spacing between hurdles for the various drills?”
“Tony, do you make any distinctions in training or approach between the indoor 55/60 hurdles and the outdoor 100/110s?”
Now, if you’re saying to yourself, “Golly, I don’t know if forty nine dollars is worth it.”
Well. Ok. I’m sorry to hear that. I mean, a 45 minute DVD costs $39. This program is 240 minutes and an expert hurdle coach will answer your hurdle training questions. All for $49.
But, the truth is, I’m not really talking to those types of people in these emails. So for those of you that don’t fall into that category, let me say this…
I believe that you’re a highly competent hurdle coach. But are you saying there’s nothing Tony Veney can teach you that is worth forty nine dollars?
Your hurdlers are depending on you to get your game right!
– Latif Thomas