Athough covid 19 has been devestating for millions all around the world, and has had no less effect on life, economy and nearly everything we do, one of the good things is that we have had time to dive deeper into coaching training and development.
Beginning Jan. 17-18, I had the opportunity to participate in the Central Illinois Track & Field Coaches Clinic sponsored by Unity High School's Tim Gateley, and Tony Reetz, Patrick Striegel, Kara Leaman. The featured speaker wa
I recently had the opportunity to speak with the head coach of a very popular and famous collegiate program. During the conversation I asked him what criteria that he was looking for from certain athletes for sprint events such as the 100M and 200M. A Coach's Logic & Reasoning The coach explained that in order for he and his program to be interested in a 100M athlete, the athlete would have to have a time of at least 10.4 FAT (Fully Automated Time) and a 200M time of at least
Well, it has been nearly 5 years and Peoria Inner City Track Club (PICTFC) is making waves and having its effect on track and field athletes all over the city. So far, we have managed to provide additional training for 2 local graduates, now collegiate athletes, pursing their continued track careers in addition to their education, and are competing at very high levels. We have 1 current high school senior performing at the top of state performance lists in his events, and a h