Shotput Training

Shotput

Throwing Events Shotput    How can I become very good at shot put? Shot put is an ancient Olympic sport that involves the “putting” of a weighted ball for distance. For a thrower to properly put the shot, it is more important to have the specific form in the throw-over muscle or speed. The easiest … Read more

PinoyAthletics Pangasinan Invitational and Special Qualifying for Palaro – First time 100m ran in reverse

PinoyAthletics Pangasinan Invitational

PinoyAthletics Pangasinan Invitational and Special Qualifying for Palaro The first time it’s ever been done in Philippine Athletics events. Due to a massive headwind blowing down the 100m. We opted to turn the track around and start at the Finish line of 100 and finish at the start line. Thus getting a 3.0 to the … Read more

What is Athlete Poaching – The Need for coaching agreements with Parents in the Philippines

Athlete Poaching

Athlete Poaching Below is an article on Athlete Poaching and coaching etiquette. This was summarized and compiled by an Australian Coach. I will look for more peer-reviewed materials next time. I asked Darren for permission to use his article on Athlete Poaching. And am very grateful he allowed me to share his views.  In some … Read more

Can A Calm Mindset Help You Win?

Can A Calm Mindset Help You Win?

Can A Calm Mindset Help You Win? As the most successful male Olympian of all time, one might expect Michael Phelps to be a huge fan of pumped-up, adrenalin-filled race mornings or pre-competition routines that thrive on energy and excitement.  In fact, he credits a large part of his success to a calm and mindful approach … Read more

The 1000m as the Key to the 800m

The 1000m as the Key to the 800m

The 1000m as the Key to the 800m A Discussion Paper by Coach Tony Benson   Part 1:  Introduction Some years back Kevin Prendergast, an Australian Senior Coach, invited a number of coaches, including myself, to be part of an Australian Track & Field Coaches Association “Middle Distance Discussion Panel” to discuss the 800m training … Read more

100m to Long Jump Training Conversion Tables

100m to Long Jump Training Conversion Tables 6

Long Jump Training to 100m Conversion Table Originally Published April 21, 2019 As I have now been coaching Long Jump on and off for the last 2-3 years. I decided to create a section regarding Long Jump Training. Provided by Malaysian National Coach Ahmad Salim a reference to 100m/Long Jump Conversions The chart only goes … Read more

8 Principles of Training – Comprehensive Guide

8 Principles of Training - Comprehensive Guide 8

8 Principles of Training Using training principles as a framework, we can plan a personal training program that uses scientific principles to improve performance, skill, game ability, and physical fitness. A successful training program will meet individual needs; personal fitness needs to be based on age, gender, fitness level, and the sport we are training. A successful … Read more

How to do 4 Amazing Throwing Events in Athletics?

How to do 4 Amazing Throwing Events in Athletics? 16

How to do 4 Throwing Events in Athletics (source Australian Sunday Telegraph) Throwing Events in Track and Field Three of the four Throwing Events in Track and Field have been at the Olympics since its modern beginnings. Discus shot put, and the hammer was among the field events included for the first modern Olympic Games in 1896.  However, only … Read more

The Right Types Of Fats To Eat When Training

The Right Types Of Fats To Eat When Training

The Right Types Of Fats To Eat When Training High-fat, healthy foods are a great way to add flavor and nutrition to your snacks and meals. This macronutrient is beneficial for a variety of reasons. According to professionals, fat improves food flavor by giving it a creamy texture and amplifying flavors. It also gives you energy, keeps … Read more

Amazing Ways How to Relax After a Workout

How to Relax After a Workout

How to Relax After a Workout Motivation is a key factor in determining whether people maintain their exercise routines, as Christy Martinez and colleagues found in a study on exercise motivation. When it comes to motivation, athletes often think of ways to achieve specific goals, yet giving the mind and body time to unwind and relax … Read more

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