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Arkansas Track and Field Presents Common Errors and Corrections Sprints

with Doug Case, University of Arkansas Assistant Coach (sprints, relays and pole vault);
2012 USTFCCCA South Central Region Men's Assistant Coach of the Year

Learn a teaching progression and methods to correct common sprints and relays errors from University of Arkansas Assistant Coach Doug Case. Using a very simple and straight forward approach, Coach Case takes you through the steps needed to develop proper sprint and relay mechanics.

During a through the technical breakdown of the sprint, Case points out the areas where athletes are most prone to errors and then provides a drill that can be used to correct the problem. You will see:

  • Errors and corrections in the start
  • Errors and corrections through acceleration/maintenance phase
  • Errors and corrections at the finish
Coach Case delivers a thorough breakdown of the start phase. Starting block placement and proper starting techniques are covered, in addition to hand and arm placement and demonstrations on `what to do' and `what not to do.' Also shown is a unique way to get your athletes to react to the gun instead of anticipating it!

In the Acceleration & Maintenance Phases of sprint training, Case reveals the most common error to sprinters: "ice skating" or running from side-to-side instead of a straight line. He demonstrates an effective drill to alleviate ice skating at any level.

Get a step-by-step tutorial of the proper execution of the 4 x 100m and 4 x 400m relays. Case shows you the proper form for running the curve and receiving and handing off in each relay. He shows you how to perfect the blind pass for the 4 x 100 and the open pass in the 4 x 400.

Case includes the Razorbacks' practice and meet warm-up. This dynamic warm-up develops proper sprint mechanics and lower body mobility - the building blocks to running sprint events.

Take the guesswork out of fixing common mistakes that cost your sprinters time. Use Coach Case's drills to create fundamentally sound, faster sprinters.

39 minutes. 2013.

Arkansas Track and Field Presents Common Errors and Corrections Men's Hurdles

with Doug Case, University of Arkansas Assistant Coach (sprints, relays and pole vault);
2012 USTFCCCA South Central Region Men's Assistant Coach of the Year

University of Arkansas Assistant Coach Doug Case takes you through a teaching progression for one of the most physically demanding events in track & field; the hurdles. Using a simple, straight forward approach, Coach Case takes you through the drills and teaching points needed to learn the 110m/400m hurdles from start to finish.

Coach Case presents a series of hurdle drills and demonstrations for critical training areas. Dividing the drills into Starting Drills, Sprint Mechanics, Approach Drills, Clearance Drills and Sprinting Drills, Coach Case and his athletes will increase your grasp of the hurdles event.

Athletes demonstrate the drills in a correct manner, and then in an incorrect manner, so you can visually see the difference. As each drill and demonstration is being performed, Case shares his thoughts on the errors and the necessary corrections using his drill sets. Case demonstrates:

  • Errors and corrections in the starts
  • Errors and corrections over the hurdles
  • Errors and corrections at the finish
Coach Case provides a complete technical breakdown of the 110meter hurdles pointing out the areas where athletes make common errors and then demonstrates the drill that is used to correct the problem.

Clear, specific instructions and demonstrations make it easy for you and your athletes to grasp specific concepts such as leg cycling, proper starting position, proper hurdle approach and proper clearance of the hurdle.

As a bonus, Case discusses the 400 meter hurdle event. He shares two drills: the Left Leg Curve Drill and Random Curve Drill, that he uses in addition to the 110 meter drills. Coach Case then points out some errors and corrections in the event.

  • Hurdle with both legs
  • Step Patterns
  • Lead with left leg on turn
  • Run on inside of track
Coach Case uses his proven drill set to effectively correct common errors in the hurdles. The hurdler will learn to develop better technique as he progresses through the drills.

43 minutes. 2013.

Arkansas Track and Field Presents Common Errors and Corrections Women's Hurdles

with Rolando Greene, Purdue University Head Men's and Women's Track & Field and Cross Country Coach;
former University of Arkansas Women's Associate Head Coach (sprints, hurdles, jumps and multi-events); 4x USTFCCCA South Central Region Women's Assistant Coach of the Year (including bac-to-back honors in 2012 and 2011)

Learn the dos and don'ts of becoming a championship hurdler. Four time USTFCCCA Regional Women's Assistant Coach of the Year Rolando Greene breaks down the 100 meter hurdle event into an easy to follow discussion and demonstration of his four basic Hurdle Preparation Zones.The preparation zones include:

  • Start Acceleration
  • Hurdle Acceleration
  • Hurdle Speed Maintenance
  • Hurdle Rhythm and Endurance
These four areas are crucial when it comes to shaving time off of your personal best.

Coach Greene discusses each zone, breaks them down from start to finish, provides multiple drills to teach and correct technique, and has athletes demonstrate each drill so you can see how to execute the drill. The teaching progression in this video includes:

  • The basic start.
  • Acceleration through the first three hurdles.
  • Speed maintenance through the next five hurdles.
  • Endurance through the finish line.
Greene emphasizes the three drills that he uses consistently in each training zone: Trail leg, lead leg and over the top.

Using his method of "Simple to Complex" and "Beginning to Advanced" drills, Coach Greene explains the purpose of each drill, and then has his athletes demonstrate each drill. He also explain the common errors that each drill addresses, and the coaching points that you should be stressing with your athletes. He does an outstanding job of explaining the progression of each drill, and where to go when the athlete has mastered the drill.

Coach Green's philosophy of perfecting the four zones of hurdling is a great concept to teach in basic hurdling.

49 minutes. 2013.

Arkansas Track and Field Presents Common Errors and Corrections Long Jump

with Travis Geopfert, University of Arkansas Assistant Coach (field events and multi-events);
Decathlon coach for the 2009 USA vs. Germany Thorpe Cup; former UNI Head Coach, 2009 MVC Indoor and Outdoor Champions

University of Arkansas Assistant Coach Travis Geopfert takes you through a teaching progression for one of the most exciting events in track & field; the long jump. Coach Geopfert uses an easy to follow discussion along with excellent demonstrations to pinpoint the common errors that are hampering your long jumpers.

You will see athletes demonstrate each error and a series of drills used to correct the error. Geopfert supplements these drills with personal "Coaching Points" you can use to develop championship-caliber jumpers.

The majority of the drills focus on developing a consistent approach. Geopfert shows drills you can use to train your athletes to push through each step in the approach and to develop proper sprint mechanics to maximize your speed and power coming down the runway.

Correct mechanics also lead to a consistent approach. Coach Geopfert shows you how developing rhythm in your approach will keep your speed up through takeoff. You'll also see how body position at takeoff improves the distance of your jump.

To create a uniform stride pattern, Coach Geopfert demonstrates short approach jumps. The focus of these drills is to keep the correct form on a 10 step approach and then transfer that into a 12 step approach and eventually into a 14 to 16 step full approach. He also explains the rationale behind choosing the correct number of steps.

Proper in-air technique is discussed with numerous athlete demonstrations of correct and incorrect technique for the half-hitch and hitch kick techniques. These drills will help your athletes position their body's for an effective jump and landing.

The landing is covered in great detail. You will learn the importance of pressing the knees and chest together while keeping the eyes up to promote proper rotation and landing position.

Create more speed, power and distance in your jumpers by correcting common errors and improving their technique!

41 minutes. 2013.

Arkansas Track and Field Presents Common Errors and Corrections High Jump

with Travis Geopfert, University of Arkansas Assistant Coach (field events and multi-events);
Decathlon coach for the 2009 USA vs. Germany Thorpe Cup; former UNI Head Coach, 2009 MVC Indoor and Outdoor Champions

University of Arkansas Assistant Coach Travis Geopfert takes you through a teaching progression for one of the most technically demanding events in track & field, the high jump. Using a very simple and straight forward approach, Coach Geopfert takes through all of the steps needed to learn and correct common mistakes in the high jump.

Coach Geopfert pinpoints the errors an athlete may encounter during the jump. After an athlete demonstrates the error, Coach Geopfert has the athlete perform a series of drills used to correct the technique. Geopfert supplements these drills with his personal "Coaching Points" that he has used to develop championship-caliber jumpers. He explains the why and how of every drill and how the drill corrects the error.

Geopfert addresses the most problematic part of the high jump; an inconsistent start. A good start provides a more consistent approach which results in a greater chance of hitting your mark at the curve. In addition, Geopert covers the approach, the take off and in-flight technique.

The video is divided into three areas of focus:

  • Developing a consistent approach
  • Take off mechanics
  • Flight mechanics
These essential drills will give you the skills necessary to make the most of every attempt on meet day!

29 minutes. 2013.

Arkansas Track and Field Presents Common Errors and Corrections Triple Jump

with Travis Geopfert, University of Arkansas Assistant Coach (field events and multi-events);
Decathlon coach for the 2009 USA vs. Germany Thorpe Cup; former UNI Head Coach, 2009 MVC Indoor and Outdoor Champions

University of Arkansas Assistant Coach Travis Geopfert identifies and diagnoses the most common mistakes athletes make when triple jumping. With demonstrations by 4x All-American Tarik Batchelor, Geopfert walks you through the poor technique that hampers performance and provides drills to correct the technique. He supplements these drills with "Coaching Points" that he uses to develop championship jumpers.

The most common error in triple jumping is an inconsistent approach. A consistent start provides a more consistent approach and increases your chances of hitting your mark at the toe board. This is accomplished by creating a uniform stride pattern. Coach Geopfert explains the rationale behind choosing the correct number of steps.

Lengthening each phase of the approach is covered and Coach Geopfert stresses only giving your athlete as much speed as they can handle. This is especially important early in your athletes' development.

The majority of the drills in this video focus on getting full power out of each step down the runway and how to keep your speed, rhythm and form once you take off. In addition to the approach, Geopfert teaches bounding to help incorporate the arms into the jump, the step and skip phase, and how to put it all together.

Not only does Geopfert deliver drills and techniques, he explains the reasons why he uses these particular drills, all relating back to correcting movements which hamper performance. Order now and provide your athletes with the tools they need to reach their potential!

34 minutes. 2013.

Arkansas Track and Field Presents Common Errors and Corrections Shot Put

with Travis Geopfert, University of Arkansas Assistant Coach (field events and multi-events);
Decathlon coach for the 2009 USA vs. Germany Thorpe Cup; former UNI Head Coach, 2009 MVC Indoor and Outdoor Champions

University of Arkansas Assistant Coach Travis Geopfert takes you step-by-step through the common mistakes shot putters make and how you can help correct them. He delivers instruction on both the glide and rotational techniques.

You will see demonstrations of each error and drills you can use to correct the techniques. Geopfert supplements these drills with "Coaching Points" he uses to develop championship throwers. He explains the why and how of every drill he uses and how the drill corrects each particular error.

Many throwers hold the shot improperly, which affects their throwing distance. You will be introduced to the proper grip techniques and footwork needed to be an effective glide or rotational thrower.

Another common error in the shot is using only the upper body to throw. Using a series of weight throw drills, you will learn how to effectively use your lower body (large muscle groups) to improve power and balance. Incorporating heavy objects and a elevated target, your athletes will develop the strength and the technique needed to maximize their throwing distance.

The glide technique is covered in its entirety with numerous coaching tips and suggestions. Seeing multiple athletes complete the drills helps reveal the many mistakes athletes can make. The rotational technique is also covered with a group of athletes, as Coach Geopfert takes you step-by-step through the drills that are specific to this style of throwing. He teaches each technique from the front of the ring to the back.

This video will help you identify the mistakes your athletes are making that cost them distance on their throws and points at your meets. Order now and discover the drills and techniques that will help your throwers improve their technique and reach their potential.

65 minutes. 2013.

Arkansas Track and Field Presents Common Errors and Corrections Discus

with Travis Geopfert, University of Arkansas Assistant Coach (field events and multi-events);
Decathlon coach for the 2009 USA vs. Germany Thorpe Cup; former UNI Head Coach, 2009 MVC Indoor and Outdoor Champions

University of Arkansas Assistant Coach Travis Geopfert uses discus throwers with varying degrees of experience and ability to show you how to correct common mistakes in the discus.

After the athletes demonstrate an error, Coach Geopfert provides a series of drills you can use to correct the techniques. Geopfert supplements these drills with his personal "Coaching Points" that he has used to develop his championship-level throwers. For each drill, the how and why are explained along with how the drill corrects the error and develops proper technique.

Set Up
Many discus throwers hold the discus improperly, which affects their throwing distance. Starting with the basic set-up, Coach Geopfert instructs you on how to grip the discus to maximize your throw.

Front of the Ring
Learning the discus from the front of the ring to the back allows you to concentrate on the release before moving to footwork skills. You'll get a detailed breakdown on the proper angle and height of the release through the Heel-Knee-Hip-Arm Technique, in addition to drills that develop essential footwork.

Back of the Ring
In the back of the ring, you will see numerous drills to work on lower body technique. By utilizing traffic cones or straight bars, you will clearly see the incorrect and the correct way to move into the middle of the circle. Using cues like "slapping the giraffe" and "elbowing the penguin" makes learning the pivot-and-turn fun and easy to remember.

Middle of the Ring
In the middle of the ring, you will learn drills that focus on developing speed across the circle and an entire sequence of full throws.

Small mistakes can cost your athletes on meet day. Correct those mistakes and help your athletes maximize their potential!

55 minutes. 2013.

Arkansas Track and Field Presents Common Errors and Corrections Javelin

with Travis Geopfert, University of Arkansas Assistant Coach (field events and multi-events);
Decathlon coach for the 2009 USA vs. Germany Thorpe Cup; former UNI Head Coach, 2009 MVC Indoor and Outdoor Champions

University of Arkansas Assistant Coach Travis Geopfert takes you step-by-step through the process of identifying and correcting common mistakes in the javelin. Coach Geopfert pinpoints the errors an athlete may encounter and then provides drills and coaching points to correct the errors and improve technique.

Geopfert starts with one of the most overlooked areas of javelin training - flexibility. Geopfert shows you eight upper body flexibility drills to increase not only an athlete's range of motion, but strength as well.

Moving to technique, you will see three of the most common ways to hold the javelin. Using a series of Jav Ball Routines, Coach Geopfert has his athletes demonstrate the correct way to throw the javelin and, in many cases, how to identify technique errors.

Essential runway technique is covered with a simple progression of approach drills. Focusing on perfecting simple and slower 3 to 5 step drills, Geopfert demonstrates Carries, Crossovers, and Penultimates before advancing to full speed approaches.

Geopfert uses simple concepts to show you how to get the most from your throws and how to eliminate the mistakes that cost your athletes distance.

39 minutes. 2013.


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