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Coaching High School Track & Field: Getting Started

with Will Freeman,
Grinnell College Head Track & Field and Cross Country Coach;
former Chairman of USA Track & Field Coaching Education

In Getting Started, Will Freeman offers a valuable, "must see," step-by-step guide that every high school coach (including assistant coaches) should watch at least once prior to every season! The two-part instructional DVD begins with a discussion of the nuances of the coaching profession and essential coaching basics. Some of the highlights are discussions on the ingredients of "what makes a good coach," defining coaching "values" and "10 Principles of Coaching." In the second part of this DVD, Freeman gets track & field-specific with discussions on the following concepts: Developing a System, Challenges in Coaching High School Track & Field, Teaching Progression Issues, Seasonal Planning/Workout Planning Considerations, Workout Structure, Varying Training, Volume/Intensity/Frequency Issues, Technical Considerations, Safety, Motivational Aids, Utilizing Leaders, Nutrition, Alternative Training Methods, Staging Home Meets and Building the Sport at Your School.

75 minutes. 2006.

Coaching High School Track & Field: Sprints & Relays

with Will Freeman,
Grinnell College Head Track & Field and Cross Country Coach;
former Chairman of USA Track & Field Coaching Education

In this excellent presentation, Will Freeman offers a comprehensive "A-to-Z" guide for training the high school sprinter. He highlights a number of important considerations for developing a successful sprint program, including working with multi-sport athletes, training with a purpose, making training fun and challenging and identifying sprinting talent. Freeman introduces his "Training Inventory," detailing the components necessary for training sprinters. He follows with very detailed routines that you can use to train each component including: Daily Warm-Up, Acceleration, Speed, Speed Endurance, Start and Acceleration Cues, CNS Sprint Drill, Lifting, Core Strength, General Strength Routines, Pillar Routines, Hurdle Strength Routine, Medicine Ball Routines and Multi-Jump Exercises. Freeman next lays out the 12-16 Week "Macrocycle" (Seasonal training plan) and identifies specific training goals for each phase of the season. Freeman explains what should be incorporated into a weekly plan and offers a day-by-day detailed workout plan for choosing specific routines for specific days. In the relay section, he details everything you need to run a successful sprint relay, including how to choose the order of the four sprinters, lane placement, using placement markers and exchange methods. In addition, Freeman shows a number of relay drills and how to build relay work into your practices. This excellent sprint package is easy to follow and easy to implement.

135 minutes. 2006.

Coaching High School Track & Field: Hurdles

with Will Freeman,
Grinnell College Head Track & Field and Cross Country Coach;
former Chairman of USA Track & Field Coaching Education

Will Freeman assists coaches in understanding and utilizing the short 12-15 week high school season and gives a thorough technical analysis of the hurdle event. Coach Freeman shares all of the necessary ingredients to train a successful hurdler, such as: Daily Warm-Up, Acceleration, Speed, Speed Endurance, Start and Acceleration Cues, CNS Sprint Drill, Lifting, Core Strength, General Strength Routines, Pillar Routines, Hurdle Strength Routine, Medicine Ball Routines, Multi-Jump Exercises and Hurdle Drills. In each area, he shares examples of specific routines and drills. Freeman gives a complete breakdown of a training week, day-by-day, with complete workouts. In addition, he discusses tapering, offers helpful coaching hints, provides tips for identifying hurdlers, discusses safety factors/injury prevention and looks at the differences in technique for boys and girls. This is an extensive, comprehensive presentation on the essentials of training and coaching hurdlers.

102 minutes. 2006.

Coaching High School Track & Field: Distance Running

with Will Freeman,
Grinnell College Head Track & Field and Cross Country Coach;
former Chairman of USA Track & Field Coaching Education

In this comprehensive presentation, Will Freeman highlights the goals of training, puts basic training physiology in easy-to-understand language and concepts, explains the elements of training and shares an actual training plan. The training plan includes: Macrocycle (the season), Microcycle (phases in the season) and Sessions (actual workout schedules). Freeman reviews the overall objectives of coaching the high school distance runner, and shares the basics of training, aerobic development and volume considerations. He then moves into a detailed breakdown and explanation of the phases of training: Pre-Season, Early Season, Competitive and Taper, and offers a detailed explanation of the prescribed training that characterizes each phase. Freeman covers interval training, repetition training, pillar (core training) and strength training for the distance runner. For each seasonal and technical phase, Freeman shares specific routines that offer practical ideas for developing the complete distance runner. Without a doubt, this is the most comprehensive "A to Z" guide to the training and development of the high school distance runner ever available on DVD.

102 minutes. 2006.

Coaching High School Track & Field: High Jump

with Will Freeman,
Grinnell College Head Track & Field and Cross Country Coach;
former Chairman of USA Track & Field Coaching Education

In High Jump, Will Freeman begins with a look at how to determine which athletes are likely to become good high jumpers. Coach Freeman then provides a technical overview of the high jump progressing through the following segments: The Approach, Preparation for Takeoff, Arm Action into Takeoff (single and double arm), Penultimate Step Mechanics, Practicing the Penultimate Step, Takeoff Mechanics, Flight Mechanics and Error Correction. In addition, Freeman spells out a detailed training regiment including the Warm-up, Acceleration Speed, Lifting, Core Strength, General Strength Routines, Pillar Routines, Strength Routines, Medicine Ball Routines, Multi-Jump Exercises and High Jump-specific Drills. For each of these training inventories, Freeman offers detailed routines and drill progressions that you can easily implement into your program.

91 minutes. 2006.

Coaching High School Track & Field: Long Jump

with Will Freeman,
Grinnell College Head Track & Field and Cross Country Coach;
former Chairman of USA Track & Field Coaching Education

After a basic overview of how to identify the best long jumpers for your team, Will Freeman offers a sequential in-depth technical breakdown of the long jump: Approach, Penultimate Stride Mechanics, Take off Mechanics, In-air Mechanics and the Landing. Coach Freeman offers ideas for correcting technique errors and how to spot faults that the long jumper may be experiencing. In the next segment, Freeman details the training essentials for the long jumper and offers detailed routines for training each of these essentials; complete with exercises, suggested repetitions, appropriate drills, intervals and frequency. Freeman shares a detailed 12-15 Week "Macrocycle" (Seasonal training plan), breaking the season into 4 to 5 week training segments - each with a primary focus. He then offers a daily training plan and shows how to plug in the routines into each day of the week, complete with specific examples and a minute-by-minute workout-planning model. Enhancing this presentation is a film analysis of meet footage for the long jump.

76 minutes. 2006.

Coaching High School Track & Field: Triple Jump

with Will Freeman,
Grinnell College Head Track & Field and Cross Country Coach;
former Chairman of USA Track & Field Coaching Education

After a thoughtful presentation of "triple jumper characteristics," and how to identify the right athletes for this event, Will Freeman offers a detailed technical breakdown of the six phases of the triple jump. These include the: Approach, Takeoff Mechanics, The Hop, The Step, The Jump and The Landing. With instruction on specific areas to watch, Coach Freeman shows you how to spot common errors and how to suggest the athlete make the necessary corrections. Next he offers a list of the critical training elements for developing the triple jumper. Included with each element is a complete list of routines. Freeman explains how often to use these routines and which days to work them into the weekly training schedule. This leads right into the 12-15 week "Macrocycle" (Seasonal training plan), which he uses to break the high school season into three distinct seasonal segments. Freeman details the appropriate workload for each training segment and offers weekly and daily practice session breakdowns for each. Freeman's workout plans include suggested workloads, and recovery, and how to incorporate meets into your workout planning. Freeman concludes this presentation with a film analysis utilizing meet footage for a detailed look at the event.

72 minutes. 2006.

Coaching High School Track & Field: Glide & Rotational Shot Put

with Will Freeman,
Grinnell College Head Track & Field and Cross Country Coach;
former Chairman of USA Track & Field Coaching Education

In this excellent instructional DVD, Will Freeman presents a technical breakdown of the Glide Technique, pinpoints the most common errors and offers coaching solutions and corrections to create a more effective glide shot putter. He also shares 10 glide Shot Put training drills. Coach Freeman notes the main differences between the glide and rotational techniques and also provides a technical breakdown of each segment of the Rotational Technique, including common errors and corrections. Next, Freeman provides a functional training program for the shot put beginning with strategies for splitting the season into phases, establishing daily priorities, and creating daily session plans. In addition, this DVD provides a segment on lifting and offers a three phase lifting model that takes an athlete through the peak phase of the season. Freeman also offers demonstrations of ancillary training routines that include medicine ball, hurdles and multi-jump exercises. This is the complete program for "Training the Shot Putter." DVD.

120 minutes. 2006.

Coaching High School Track & Field: Discus Throw

with Will Freeman,
Grinnell College Head Track & Field and Cross Country Coach;
former Chairman of USA Track & Field Coaching Education

In the first part of this excellent, two-part instructional DVD, Will Freeman presents a technical overview of the discus throw discussing each of the five phases of the event. Coach Freeman pinpoints common errors that discus throwers make and shares the corrections and suggestions to utilize to develop proper technique. Freeman then moves into a functional training program for the discus throw. He begins with a look at the entire season, including seasonal objectives, and breaks down the season into four 5-week phases of development followed by daily priorities and session plans. Freeman shares a sample weekly plan with day-by-day practice plans and detailed sample workouts for strength training and conditioning, including routines for general strength development and discus throw-specific routines as well. Freeman concludes the first section with a useful film analysis of the discus throw. In the second section of the DVD, Freeman offers a "hands on" technical breakdown of the discus throw, sharing specific technical components of every phase of the event and offers skill-specific drills to develop each component of the throw.

95 minutes. 2006.

Coaching High School Track & Field: Pole Vault

with Will Freeman,
Grinnell College Head Track & Field and Cross Country Coach;
former Chairman of USA Track & Field Coaching Education

Will Freeman leaves "no stone unturned" in this comprehensive instructional DVD for teaching and coaching high school vaulters. Coach Freeman provides excellent instruction and insight into many critical areas: What to look for in a vaulter, the technical breakdown of the pole vault, coaching tips to assist the beginning vaulter, a step-by-step drill progression for teaching fundamental and advanced skills, and common errors and corrections. He also demonstrates numerous training drills that incorporate hurdles, medicine balls, multi-jumps and vault-specific skills. In addition, Freeman provides a seasonal training plan, weekly and daily training breakdowns, and workout samples. This presentation can be used as your personal "pole vault resource center" for creating a training plan for successful pole vaulting.

90 minutes. 2006.


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