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2016-17, Volume 10

November 2016, Number 2

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  • pg. 8, Approach Velocity: The factor that most influences long jump performance
    by Quincy Howe
  • pg. 20, Cross-Training for Runners: How athletes can maintain performance when training off the track
    by Iam Klein, MS and Max Paquette, PhD
  • pg. 34, Development Rates: A comparison for elite performers in the throwing events
    by Don Babbitt
  • pg. 42, A Recruiting Blueprint: The art and science behind successful collegiate recruiting
    by Dennis Newell
  • pg. 46, On the Physics and Technique of Hammer Throwing
    by Yuri Sedykh and Vladimir Strelnitski
  • Hall of Fame Class of 2016, 2016 Bowerman Finalists and 2016 HS Track & Field Coaches of the Year
August 2016, Number 1

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  • pg. 8, Collegiate hammer throw: Case studies in development
    by Lynden Reder
  • pg. 20, Strength & Conditioning: Program design fundamentals
    by John M. Cissik
  • pg. 34, Group-Centered Coaching: Addressing the whole team
    by Marshall J. Milbrath, M.Ed
  • pg. 46, Running injuries: How to fix (prevent) them
    by Adam Tenforde, MD
  • 2016 USTFCCCA National Outdoor Coaches & Athletes of the Year

2015-16, Volume 9

May 2016, Number 4

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  • pg. 8, Long Distance: Basic Aerodynamics and Flight Characteristics in Discus Throwing
    by Andreas V. Maheras, Ph.D.
  • pg. 24, Assessment: Use of Quadrathlon with Collegiate Teams
    By E. Dudley, E. Fremd, A. Larsen
  • pg. 30, Body Composition: Methods and Importance for Performance and Health
    by Donald R. Dengel, Ph.D., Olivia H. Dengel
  • pg. 34, In Motion: Understanding the Psychological Conditions of Run-Throughs
    by Stephan Munz
  • USTFCCCA National & Regional Indoor Track & Field Awards – Athletes & Coaches of the Year
February 2016, Number 3

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  • pg. 8, Strengthening the Springs: How the inclusion of properly sequenced weightlifting derivatives into the strength-training program can improve sprint performance.
    by Brad H. DeWeese, EdD; Chris Bellon, MS; Eric Magrum, MS; Christopher Taber, MS; Timothy J. Suchomel, PhD
  • pg. 24, Straighten Up: The importance of proper posture and the quality of stiffness in sprinting
    By Karim Abdel Wahab
  • pg. 30, Growing Pains: The effects of the adolescent growth spurt on biokinetic energy production and middle distance performance
    by Peter Thompson
  • pg. 34, By Design: Physical performance components for the jumps
    by Boo Schexnayder
  • USTFCCCA National & Regional Cross Country Awards – Athletes & Coaches of the Year
November 2015, Number 2

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  • pg. 8, Stepping Up: Correcting errors to improve the results
    by Willie Banks
  • pg. 16, Perceived Performance: Highest effort doesn’t always equal highest performance
    by Dave Nielsen
  • pg. 28, Max Performance: Tips for getting organized and getting things done
    by Andrea Tepe
  • pg. 34, Injury Protocol: For the dawn of the "student-athlete wellness" era
    by Matt Gittermann
  • pg. 42, Run Up and Transition: Characteristics in javelin throwing
    by Andreas V. Maheras, Ph.D.
  • pg. 48, Top Model: Coaching models in Division III track & field
    by Jonathan M. Welty, Dr. Algerian Hart, and Dr. Mark Cole
  • USTFCCCA Coaches Hall of Fame Class of 2015
  • The Bowerman Finalists 2015
August 2015, Number 1

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  • pg. 8, Energy Systems & Training: Physiology of the jumping events
    by Boo Schexnayder
  • pg. 20, Zinc Supplementation in high school distance runners
    by Scott L. Christensen & Dr. Janet E. Steele
  • pg. 34, The Long Sprint: Reclassifying the 800m
    by Mike Cox
  • pg. 42, Inspiring Excellence: Enhancing performance through effective cues
    by Talen Singer
  • pg. 46, What’s Often Overlooked: The "other" components of training programs
  • 2015 USTFCCCA National Outdoor Coaches & Athletes of the Year

2014-15, Volume 8

May 2015, Number 4

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  • pg. 8, The Nature of Speed
    by Brad H. DeWeese EdD; Matt L. Sams, MA; Joel H. Williams; Chris Bellon, MS
  • pg. 26, Discus Throw Essentials
    by Dr. Andreas Maheras
  • pg. 34, Triple Jump Practice Parameters
    by Iliyan Chamov
  • pg. 44, Aerobic Power
    by Scott Christensen
  • 2015 USTFCCCA Indoor Track & Field Awards
February 2015, Number 3

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  • pg. 6, Power: Strength Training and the Horizontal Jumps
    by John M. Cissik
  • pg. 12, The Dilemma: Eating Disorders in the Male Runner
    by Larry Hannon
  • pg. 20, A Team Concept: The Benefits of Coaching High School Track & Field as a Team Sport
    by Kent Viesselman
  • pg. 30, Post-Activation Potentiation: Its Uses in Collegiate Throws Training
    by Daniel Corriher
  • 2014 USTFCCCA Cross Country Awards
November 2014, Number 2

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  • pg. 6, Acceleration: Mechanics, Drills, Synthesis
    by Tommy Badon
  • pg. 10, Verbal Instructions and Cues
    by Adam Benz
  • pg. 20, Training with Data
    by Briana Boehmer
  • pg. 30, Outstanding Cross Country Coaches

    by Matthew T. Buns and Jason W. Harle
  • pg. 39, Torsion Angles: Discus Throwing
    by Andreas Maheras
  • pg. 45, Breath Based Training
    by Sean Severson
  • 2014 USTFCCCA Hall of Fame Class and Bowerman Finalists
August 2014, Number 1

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  • pg. 6, True Grit: Re-evaluating Traditional Endurance Training Methods Based on Contemporary Fatigue Research
    by Matt Gittermann
  • pg. 14, Common Ground: Technical Commonalities in the Jumps
  • pg. 30, Discobolus: A new and an Old Twist in Discus Technique
    by D. Scott Irving
  • pg. 38, Functional Movement Screening: A tool for identifying Functional Limitations and Asymmetries in Female Distance Runners
    by David Harmer and Sara Kettelkamp
  • 2014 USTFCCCA Regional Outdoor Coaches & Athletes of the Year

2013-14, Volume 7

May 2014, Number 4

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  • pg. 6, Pound for Pound: Weight Lifting and the Men’s Throwing Events
    by Don Babbitt
  • pg. 20, Pull and Dynamics: Arm Action in Hammer Throwing
    by Andreas V. Maheras, Ph.D.
  • pg. 30, Third Law of Motion: Mechanics Fundamentals for Track & Field
    by Kevin O’Grattan
  • pg. 36, Realignment and the phases preceding it: 4 connections crucial to the success of a pole vault
    by David Butler
  • pg. 42, Ties that Bind: Developing relationships cultivates winning results
    by Ben Gall
  • pg. 49-55, USTFCCCA Indoor Track & Field Awards for 2013
February 2014, Number 3

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  • pg. 8, Jumping Events: The Musculoskeletal Function
  • pg. 16, Sprints and Hurdles: The Basics of Training Theory and Design

  • pg. 30, Technical Commonalities in the Throws

  • pg. 38, Training Cycles: Running Around the Menstrual Cycle
    by Jason R. Karp (adapted from Running for Women)
  • pg. 49-55, USTFCCCA Cross Country Awards for 2013
November 2013, Number 2

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  • pg. 8, High Hurdles: A Methodical Approach for Developing High Hurdles
    by Karim Abdel Wahab
  • pg. 22, The Javelin: Basic Javelin Aerodynamic & Flight Characteristics (Part 2)
    by Andreas V. Maheras, Ph.D.
  • pg. 30, Resisted & Assisted Sprinting: A Strength Training Tool for Sprinters
    by John Cissik
  • pg. 36, A Coaches Leadership: Refining Your Coaching Leadership Skills
    by Glen Sefcik
  • pg. 41, Tempo Runs: A Staple of Distance Running
    by Steve Johnson
  • pg. 46, Understanding and Managing Lactate
    by Dustin Freckleton, MD
  • pg. 56, Updates from the NCAA Eligibility Center
    by Leigh Ann Kennedy
  • 2013 USTFCCCA Hall of Fame Class of 2013
  • The Bowerman Finalists 2013
August 2013, Number 1

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  • pg. 8, Mental Toughness: The Psychological Skills
    by Mark Coogan
  • pg. 16, Staying on Track: Recognition of Overtraining Syndrome in Endurance Athletes
    by Ann Detmer
  • pg. 23, Teaching Speed: Applying Force Quickly
    by Michael Coonen
  • pg. 30, The Javelin: Basic Javelin Aerodynamics and Flight Characteristics (Part 1)
    by Andreas V. Maheras, Ph.D.
  • pg. 42, The Evolving Position of Director of Track & Field Operations
    by Andrea Tepe
  • pg. 56, Updates from the NCAA Eligibility Center
    by Leigh Ann Kennedy
  • 2013 USTFCCCA Regional Outdoor Coaches & Athletes of the Year

 

2012-13, Volume 6

May 2013, Number 4

 

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  • pg. 10, Growth and Development as a Coach
    by Todd Lane
  • pg. 14, The Potential
    by Christine M. Brooks, Ph. D.
  • pg. 24, Relationship Between High School and College Coaches
    by Bill Schnier
  • pg. 30, The 200-Meter Athlete
    by Leo A. Settle
  • pg. 36, Pacing Strategies
    by Molly Hirt and Dr. Phil Henson
  • pg. 56, Updates from the NCAA Eligibility Center
    by Leigh Ann Kennedy
  • 2012 USTFCCCA Cross Country Award Winners
February 2013, Number 3

 

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  • pg. 10, Athletic Constructivism & Kinesthetic Inquiry
    by Jordan Goffena and Ann Haley MacKenzie, Ed.D.
  • pg. 18, Altitude Training
    by Jason R. Karp, Ph.D.
  • pg. 31, Relative Speed Fluctuations in Discus Throwing
    by Andreas V. Maheras, Ph.D.
  • pg. 36, The Special Relationship: A Coach’s Duty in Sports Law
    by Greg Roberts
  • pg. 42, Mental Training for Track & Field
    by Joseph Silvers and Dr. Karen M. Appleby
  • pg. 56, Updates from the NCAA Eligibility Center
    by John Pfeffenberger
  • 2012 USTFCCCA Cross Country Award Winners
November 2012, Number 2

 

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  • pg. 8, Neuromuscular Imbalances and Sprinting
    by Matthew Gildersleeve
  • pg. 22, Endurance Training
    by Brian Jilka
  • pg. 38, Perceptive Intelligence
    by Todd Linder, Patrick Barragan, Peter McNaughton
  • pg. 44, Trusting the Process
    by Landon Bright
  • pg. 56, Updates from the NCAA Eligibility Center
    by John Pfeffenberger
August 2012, Number 1

 

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  • pg. 8, Iron: The Missing Nutrutional Link to Performance
    by Rebecca J. Gusmer/Donald R. Dengel, Ph.D.
  • pg. 19, Strength Training
    by John M. Cissik
  • pg. 28, The Triple Jump Step Phase Repair Flow Chart
    by Boo Schexnayder
  • pg. 30, The Delivery: The Skill of Focus
    by Dr. Rick McGuire
  • pg. 40, Anteriorly Rotated Pelvis
    by Joe Puelo, Dr. Andrew Glogowski DC and Nic Bartolotta M.P.T., H.H.P.
  • pg. 56, Updates from the NCAA Eligibility Center
    by John Pfeffenberger

 

2011-12, Volume 5

May 2012, Number 4

 

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  • pg. 8, The Skill of Focus
    by Dr. Rick McGuire
  • pg. 16, Pole Carry and Drop
    by David Butler
  • pg. 22, Drawing Comparisons
    by Robert Vaughan, Ph.D
  • pg. 32, The Horizontal Translation in Discus Throwing
    by Andreas V. Mahearas, Ph.D
  • pg. 40, Sprinter Needs Analysis
    by Brandon Morton
  • pg. 56, Updates from the NCAA Eligibility Center
    by John Pfeffenberger
February 2012, Number 3

 

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  • pg. 8, Developing Speed
    by Leo A. Settle
  • pg. 16, Psychological Factors Contributing to Injury
    by Matthew Buns, Ph.D.
  • pg. 24, Strength Training
    by John M. Cissik
  • pg. 34, Teaching to the Test
    by Carl Leivers
  • pg. 45, Water: A Running Coach’s Competitive Edge
    by Alberto Salazar
  • pg. 56, Updates from the NCAA Eligibility Center
    by John Pfeffenberger
  • 2011 USTFCCCA Cross Country Award Winners
November 2011, Number 2

 

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  • pg. 8, Jump to It
    by Nathan Taylor
  • pg. 14, The Single Support in Hammer Throwing
    by Andreas V. Maheras, Ph.D.
  • pg. 22, Heat and Humidity… And Distance Runners
    by Scott Simmons
  • pg. 30, A Faster Runner
    by Jason R. Karp, Ph.D.
  • pg. 42, Coach’s Leadership
    by Brian Zuleger, M.S.
  • pg. 56, Updates from the NCAA Eligibility Center

    by John Pfeffenberger

  • USTFCCCA Coaches Hall of Fame Class of 2011 -and- The Bowerman Finalists 2011
August 2011, Number 1

 

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  • pg. 8, Approach Run and Acceleration Patterns
    by Dave Nielsen
  • pg. 16, Coaching Youths
    by Matthew Buns, Ph.D.
  • pg. 24, A Mental Plan
    by Lawrence W. Judge, Ph.D., CSCS & Erin Gilreath, MA.
  • pg. 36, Mental Imagery
    by Sterling M. Roberts
  • pg. 44, Developing Your High School Track & Field Program
    by Don Helberg
  • 2011 USTFCCCA Outdoor Track & Field Award Winners

 

2010-11, Volume 4

May 2011, Number 4

 

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  • pg. 8, The Function of the Extremities in Discus Throwing
    by Andreas V. Maheras, Ph.D.
  • pg. 18, Preventing Eating Disorders
    by Suzanne Girard Eberle
  • pg. 30, The Errors of Our Running Ways
    by Jason R. Karp, Ph.D.
  • pg. 36, The Art and Science of Connecting Land and Water for Optimal Performance
    by Dr. Garry Killgore
  • pg. 43, Size in Athletic Performance
    by Scott Christensen
  • 2011 USTFCCCA Indoor Track & Field Award Winners
February 2011, Number 3

 

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  • pg. 15, Improving Steeplechase Results
    by David Vidal
  • pg. 22, The Basics of Trainining Theory
    by Steve Johnson
  • pg. 30, Running Into the Fire
    by Dr. Mark Aoyagi
  • pg. 36, Power Clean Fundamentals for the Track & Field Coach
    by John M. Cissik
  • pg. 42, Optimize Shot Put Technique
    by Todd Linder
  • 2010 USTFCCCA Cross Country Award Winners
  • pg. 56, 10 Spot: 10 Strategies for Making the Best Use of Your Telephone Time
    by James A. Peterson, Ph. D., FACSM
November 2010, Number 2

 

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  • pg. 12, Warming Up: Designing an effective pre-activitiy routine for the thrower
    by Lawrence W. Judge, Ph.D., CSCS
  • pg. 20, On Your Marks: Correct Starting Block Set Up for an Efficient and Effective Acceleration
    by Andy Eggerth
  • pg. 29, The Complexity of the Triple Jump
    by Eli Sunquist
  • pg. 34, Finesse in Javelin Throwing
    by Andreas V. Maheras, Ph.D.
  • pg. 42, A Zone of Discipline
    by Gary Wilson
  • pg. 50, Going the Distance: What coaches need to know about transition phases for long-distance runners
    by Mike Elder
August 2010, Number 1

 

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  • pg. 12, High Jump from A-Z
    by Todd Lane
  • pg. 22, Unraveling the 800-meter race
    by David Harmer
  • pg. 28, Compensate and Adjust
    by Traci Statler and Travis Tilman
  • pg. 31, Strenght Training Principles for the Sprints
    by John M. Cissik
  • pg. 34, Anatomy of Running Footwear
    by Joe Puleo
  • pg. 40, Martina Hrasnova
    by Don Babbitt
  • 2010 USTFCCCA Outdoor Track & Field Award Winners

 

2009-10, Volume 3

May 2010, Number 4

 

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  • pg. 12, Strength and Condition for Horizontal Jumps
    by Petros Kyprianou
  • pg. 24, The Basics of Long Hurdles
    by Scott Roberts
  • pg. 28, Essential Skills in Sport Psychology
    by Brian Risk
  • pg. 34, Chasing Pheidippides
    by Dr. Jason R. Karp, Ph.D.
  • pg. 40, High School: Continuity and Cooperation
    by Charmas B. Lee
  • pg. 46, Trainability of Athletes
    by Kevin Schultz
  • 2010 USTFCCCA Indoor Track & Field Award Winners
February 2010, Number 3

 

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  • pg. 14, Knowlege & Wisdom in Coaching
    by Will Freeman
  • pg. 22, Think Drink
    by Robert Chapman, Ph. D.
  • pg. 29, Coaching Collegiate Hammer Throwers From Scratch
    by Harold Connolly
  • pg. 32, Altitude Everyone Can Use
    by Scott Simmons
  • pg. 36, Move the Pole and Catch the Ride
    by Spencer Chang, M.D.
  • pg. 42, Making Moves
    by Scott Christensen
  • pg. 46, A Place to Call Their Own
    by Mark Maas
  • 2009 USTFCCCA Cross Country Award Winners