In the last video, you’ll find a Q&A on how I taper runners, how often we should go to the well in training, and a few more questions! Thanks for watching my entire lecture on training. My goal is always to deliver content that not only helps you become a better coach, athlete, or runner, but that makes you think!
If you enjoyed this series, please check out my new online course: Mastering The Art of Coaching.
I created it with the goal of bringing the information normally reserved for my speaking engagements and coaching clinics to everyone. It’s my attempt to bring what is normally exclusive content to everyone.
In over 4 HOURS of lectures created specifically for this course, you’ll develop the skills needed to take your coaching to the next level. The focus is on ALL coaches, not just runners or individual sports. I cover the art of coaching. My goal is to teach you about:
- The Process of Coaching
- Developing a Philosophy
- Coaching towards Independence
- Making Coaching Simple
- The 4 Keys to Learning
- Understanding the best ways to teach
- Making better decisions.
- Eliminating our bias that holds us back
- Developing a BS detector
- Sifting through Information in our modern age
- Harnessing the power of reflection and purpose.
- Prevent “settling”
What you won’t find are the cliche phrases and teachings that make up most coaching education systems or texts. Instead, we do a deep dive, utilizing the latest scientific research, reaching into the depths of history for lessons from philosophy, and taking advantage of the practical application of lessons learned from over a decade of coaching elite athletes at every level.
PLUS BONUS ITEMS!!
If you order within the next 3 days of watching this training series, you’ll receive several BONUS items including:
- My Philosophy of Coaching Booklet (It’s what I use!)
- A full training plan of one of my elite runners.
- What you should be reading and how to take notes to take advantage of the books you are reading!
- The Full training log of the year I went from a 4:17 to a 4:01 miler in High School.