Training Development: 100m-800m

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Training Development: 100m-800m

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In this course, Coach Michael Schober gives you�the keys to developing sprinters. This course has it all from recruiting people to run to different types of drills and exercises you need for successful sprinters. If you are a coach or runner that wants to improve times and learn how to sprint faster, then this is the course for you.1 How to Scout HS Athletes 2:24 2 Different Kinds of Athletes 1:03 3 My Philosophy 7:09 4 How to Train 100m and 200m Runners 5:47 5 800m Runner Drills 3:02 6 How to Deal With the Weightroom 3:22 7 How to Transition Runners to Different Races 5:12 8 What is Mapping 3:24 9 How to Sprint Train Jumpers 4:02 10 Longer vs Shorter Rest 2:54 11 How to Develop 800m Time 3:40Michael Schober has been instrumental in the development of the Kent State track and field program since he joined the staff in 2013. Schober leads Kent State�s sprints, hurdles, relays, and high jump events and has brought success in each of those areas at the conference, regional, national levels. In three years, Schober has coached 17 Mid-American Conference Champions, 19 regional qualifiers, and four national championships qualifiers. Under Schober�s tutelage, the outdoor 4x400 meter relay team of Matt Tobin, Andrew O�Leary, Danny Young, and Miles Dunlap achieved All-America Second Team honors becoming the only relay team in Kent State history to attain All-America status. Schober was also instrumental in developing one of the best hurdlers/sprinters in Kent State and Mid-American Conference history in William Barnes. With Schober�s aid, Barnes had a tremendous 2016 season: hitting the Olympic qualifying standard in the 110m hurdles with a Kent State & Puerto Rican National record time of 13.41 seconds, earning Second Team All-America honors (60mH) and winning five MAC Championships (60mH, 200m(2), 110mH, 4x400m). Altogether, Barnes was nine-time MAC Champion, three-time All-American, and holds two Kent State records.� Prior to Kent State, Schober coached at Mount Union, where he was named USTFCCCA 2013 Men�s Great Lakes Region Division III Assistant Coach of the Year after five of his athletes qualified for the Division III National Championships.�In total, Schober coached one national champion, 16 national championship qualifiers, seven All-Americans, 10 conference champions and eight school record holders in his time with the Purple Raiders.�� Before coaching at�Mount Union, the Penfield, N.Y. native also spent some time at SPIRE Institute in Geneva, Ohio, where he was the track & field coach at the Michael Johnson Performance Training Center.�Schober taught skills, evaluated and trained athletes, as well as produced strength & conditioning programs, power programs and performed the Functional Movement Screen on athletes.� A graduate of Kent State University where he earned his Bachelor�s of Science degree in physical education-human movement studies in 2012, Schober earned All-MAC honors five times.� A team captain during his senior year, Schober�s score of 5,358 in the heptathlon ranks sixth all-time in the Kent State record books.�� He also spent the 2011-12 season as a volunteer assistant on Lawson�s track & field staff where he worked closely with the high jump and combined events. Schober also spent three summers as a coach at the Matt Buffum Summer Track Camp in Rochester, N.Y.� He coached two athletes who won state titles in New York and five athletes who received Division I scholarships during his time working at the camp.

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