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The HS Sprinter/Jumper/Hurdler. Latif Thomas -USATF Level II (S/H/R) -USTFCCCA Event Specialist (S/H/R) -Athletes’ Acceleration, Inc - CompleteTrackandField.com -IYCA. Two Angles. The Athlete The Coach. Definition of Your Program.

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The hs sprinter jumper hurdler
The HS Sprinter/Jumper/Hurdler

Latif Thomas

-USATF Level II (S/H/R)

-USTFCCCA Event Specialist (S/H/R)

-Athletes’ Acceleration, Inc

-CompleteTrackandField.com

-IYCA


Two angles
Two Angles

  • The Athlete

  • The Coach


Definition of your program
Definition of Your Program

Your program is defined as much by what you don’t do as it is by what you do.


Overview
Overview

  • Physical Capacities (Biomotor Abilities)

    • Sprint Events

    • Hurdle Events

    • Jumping Events


Choose your own adventure
Choose Your Own Adventure

  • The Patterns (Commonalities)

    • Drive Phase

    • Penultimate Step

  • Establish a philosophy

    • Speed

    • Strength


Choose your own adventure1
Choose Your Own Adventure

  • Focus your resources

    • Your background

    • Your talent

  • Assistant Coach Goldmine

    • How many kids on your team?


Group warmup
Group Warmup


The annual plan
The Annual Plan

  • General Preparation (Weeks 1-4)

    • Most of the time groups can train together

    • Focus on general physical capacities and technique

    • Skill based progressions as athletes acquire skill




The annual plan1
The Annual Plan

  • Specific Preparation (Weeks 5-8)

    • Training becomes more event specific

    • Focus on general physical capacities with a trend toward event specific technique, intensity and rest

    • Skill based progressions as athletes acquire skill


Monday top end speed continuation
Monday – Top End Speed/Continuation


Monday top end speed continuation1
Monday – Top End Speed/Continuation


The annual plan2
The Annual Plan

  • Competition (Weeks 5-8)

    • Training simulates competition

    • Focus on general physical capacities becomes secondary to event specific technique, intensity and rest

    • Intensity and expectations rise with the quality of meets



Speed day
Speed Day

  • All Sprinters: Block Accelerations

  • Sprint Hurdles: Blocks over 1 and/or 2

  • Intermediate Hurdles: Blocks over 1

  • Jumpers: Rollover Accelerations + Short Approach Jumps


Anaerobic capacity
Anaerobic Capacity

  • All Sprinters: 4-6 x 200 @ a pace of my choosing. R=5’

  • Intermediate Hurdles: 4-6 x 200 @ a pace of my choosing, over hurdles. R=5’

  • Sprint Hurdles: 5-10 x 12 hurdles @ 10m/7.5m. R=5’

  • Jumpers: Extended skill specific remedial bounding + RRJ + MB throws/Multi jump circuit




The art of coaching
The Art of Coaching

  • More than one way to skin a cat

  • Don’t get greedy

  • Don’t be a slave to:

    • Terminology

    • “Periodization”

    • Percentages


Recommended resources
Recommended Resources

  • Twitter: @latif_thomas

  • Email: latifthomas@gmail.com

  • CompleteTrackandField.com/ohiosprints

  • CompleteTrackandField.com/ohiojumps

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