R.E.S.C.U.E - Javelin Technique Imagery Using a Single Process Cue

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R.E.S.C.U.E - Javelin Technique Imagery Using a Single Process Cue

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This course- �R.E.S.C.U.E: Javelin technique and imagery in one process queue.� is part sport�s psychology, part javelin technique, and part training plan design.�In this 60 minute session, Coach Sean Furey from Furey Athletics will talk about process cues (a word or phrase that elicits imagery or sensations associated with high level performance) and when/how to use them. He will describe his unique acronym process cue, RESCUE, that distills his 20 year throwing career into six phrases that describes his version of the javelin throw feelings and technique. He will relate these phrases to common javelin technical models and training means. RESCUE- (R)un downhill, (E)yes locked at a focal, (S)mooth transition to crossovers, (C)ommit to the penultimate, (U)ncork to immediate pressure, (E)nergy up behind the head. Enjoy your tour through Coach Sean Furey's throwing mind, just try not to get lost in there! Simply click the �Book This Course� button at the top right of this page, place your order, and you�ll immediately be logged into the training with full access. Take Coach Sean Furey's process cue method and watch your results improve today!1 Intro Free 2:44 2 What Is A Process Cue? Free 3:20 3 When Use a Process Cue? 3:26 4 Examples of Process Cues Free 1:44 5 Throwing Philosophy: RESCUE 1:23 6 Technique & Feelings 2:14 7 Training Methods 1:11 8 Numbers 1:56 9 Technique & Feelings 3:07 10 Training Methods & Numbers 1:49 11 Smooth Transition to Cross Steps 3:22 12 Technique & Feelings 3:16 13 Training Methods 1:36 14 Numbers 1:31 15 Technique & Feelings 3:26 16 Training Methods & Numbers 2:49 17 Technique 2:14 18 Feelings & Training Methods 3:45 19 Numbers 2:37 20 Take Away 1:30 21 RESCUE in Action & References 1:10 22 Q&A 16:33Sean Furey�| Furey Athletics | Men�s & Women's Track & Field Coach Head coach and founder Sean Furey has been coaching and consulting with athletes since 2017. His students have ranged from the youth level, through high school, college and the Olympics. Prior to that, he has personal experience throwing the javelin competitively for over 20 years. He competed at the Olympics in London (2012) and Rio (2016) for the USA and won the USA Track and Field National Championships in 2010, 2014 and 2015. He is excited to develop athletes and pass the lessons he learned onto the next generation. Read more about him�at�fureyathletics.com.

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