Maurice Wilson was the 2012 Olympic Team Head Coach for the Jamaican National Team and here he explains setting up his training plan for the year based on the different phases of the season. You will hear the details on the general and specific phases of Coach Wilson’s sprint training program.
Coach Wilson breaks down his phases and what time of the year he considers each phase to occur. He also speaks about how many times per week training should occur in his model depending on the age group.
Maurice Wilson coached the Jamaican National Team in the 2012 Olympic Games and here he shows us two great drills for working on the technique of sprinting. Athletes perform a High Step Drill followed by an “A” Skip Drill. Coach Wilson’s explanations make it easy to see why these drills are important.
Coach Wilson gives cues on what to look for while administering these drills. His cues are quick and easy to follow.
Maurice Wilson was the Jamaican National Team Head Coach at the 2012 Olympic Games, and now he shows you a great drill for working on explosive power during the acceleration phase of the sprints. Athletes will perform an under-hand squat toss with a medicine ball. This will focus on triple extension of the hips, knees, and ankles which is key in explosive power.
Two athletes preform this drill. Both times the film is shown in regular speed and slow-motion so that you can see the breakdown of the drill. Coach Wilson gives cues on what to look for with hip placement of the athletes. This is a great drill to isolate and teach explosive power for starting out of the blocks and the acceleration phase. This drill can be done all year and in any gym or track complex.