Listen to advice from American Collegiate record holder in the 55M hurdles, Kim Carson. She currently is on the track coaching staff at Depaul University. As a coach and an athlete, Carson, has well rounded background to provide great instruction for all aspects of competing in hurdles. Coach Carson gives you the tools to develop the ability to maintain form and speed from the middle of the race to the last hurdle. While the ability to develop drills and workouts for a practice is important, we have to remember that it is the day-in, day-out effort over the season that makes a great athlete.
Coach Carson offers some interesting ideas on how to finish strong, including the fact that you must take into account different motivational factors from practice to meet settings, and how to incorporate that into your workouts.
One of the advantages of a seasoned coach or athlete is their ability to see the big picture. With that in mind Coach Carson offers up ideas on how to teach skills to your athletes in the proper manner, how to plan and design practices, and how to properly set up your workouts.