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By now you may have guessed who these heavyweights are. But if not, let me introduce them to you:
A member of the U.S. Track Coaches Association Hall of Fame, Tellez has produced some of the greatest track and field performers in the history of the sport.
In addition to coaching outstanding individual athletes, Tellez also had some successful teams during his 22 years as head coach at Houston. He led the men’s team to nine Top 10 showings at the NCAA indoor meet, including a fourth-place finish in 1996. He also guided UH to six Top 15 finishes at the NCAA outdoor meet. The UH men won the 1997 and 1998 indoor and outdoor Conference USA titles, as well as the 1977 and 1978 Southwest Conference indoor titles.
In addition to his success as UH’s men’s coach, Tellez also began the Lady Cougar program and led them to three Top 10 finishes at the NCAA Indoor Championships and eight Top 20 finishes at the NCAA Outdoor meet. Houston also won the 1983, 1984 and 1987 SWC indoor titles and the 1984 and 1990 SWC outdoor championships under his direction.
Before Houston, Tellez was an assistant coach at UCLA beginning in 1968. While at UCLA, he coached Dwight Stones, Mike Tully, Willie Banks and James Butts. In 1976, he was offered the chance to become the strength and conditioning coach for the Dallas Cowboys under Tom Landry. Instead, he opted to come to Houston. In addition to his success at Houston, Tellez enjoyed tremendous success on the international circuit as well. Between 1984 and 1996, six of the seven United States sprinters who won Olympic Gold Medals were coached by Tellez and seven of the USA’s overall 13 medals were claimed by his athletes.
He was named the head coach for the 1991 U.S. national team that competed in the World Championships at Tokyo, Japan and was the head coach for the 1987 USA Pan American team. He also served as an assistant coach for the 1980 and 1984 USA Olympic teams. He coached the throwing events in 1980 and the jumping events in 1984.
Accomplishments Achieved by Coach Tellez’ Athletes:
A highly respected authority on field event coaching around the world, Pfaff has more than 30 years of coaching to his credit, including as the women’s track and field head coach at the UTEP and assistant coaching positions at the University of Florida, University of Texas-Austin, and LSU. Pfaff has tutored athletes who have combined to earn 29 NCAA individual national championships, more than 150 NCAA All-America honors, as well as guiding 33 Olympians who went on to earn 7 medals at the Olympic Games.
Pfaff coached 1996 Olympic gold medalist and 100m world record holder Donovan Bailey. He helped guide former Canadian star Bruny Surin, who claimed the silver medal in the 100m at the 1999 World Championships. He also coached Obadele Thompson of Barbados to a bronze in the 100m at the 2000 Olympics in Sydney.
Pfaff has served as a coach on teams that have won 17 NCAA titles, has coached on three Olympic team staffs and seven World Championships staffs. While at University of Texas-Austin (1995-2003), the Texas men’s team finished in the top 10 at the NCAA Outdoor Championships four of six seasons. While there, he coached nine NCAA champions and a pair of Olympians. One of his most highly accomplished athletes, Mark Boswell, finished his career with 19 consecutive wins and took home the NCAA indoor and outdoor titles in the high jump in 1999 and 2000.
Prior to his arrival in Austin, Pfaff was the head field events coach at LSU from 1984-95 for both the men and women’s teams. While in Baton Rouge, LSU enjoyed tremendous success as the Tigers’ women’s team won the NCAA outdoor title nine consecutive years from 1987-95 and claimed the indoor title six times in that span. The men’s team added a pair of NCAA outdoor titles in 1989 and 1990. In his tenure at LSU, Pfaff coached athletes who won 17 NCAA titles.
Accomplishments achieved by Coach Pfaff’s athletes:
As you can see, these guys’ results need no fancy marketing or sales pitch. It goes without saying that any coaching tip, technique or strategy you can pick up from either Coach Pfaff or Coach Tellez will have an immediate and positive impact on your athletes’ performance.
With that said,
Here are the Insider Secrets Behind the Two Godfathers of Track & Field Coaching
Coach Tom Tellez
Session I: Methods to Improve Sprint Starts and Sprint/Hurdle Mechanics
||5 training factors leading athletes to maximize their potential, regardless of ability (and the percentage they contribute to the 100m race)|
|Why focusing on reaction time is practically useless…and what to work on instead|
|7 specific objectives of the block start, from body angles to force application|
|Exactly why arm action controls tempo, pacing and stride length…think ‘hips are the engine, arms are the gas pedal’|
|An easy way to keep athletes from falling apart at the end of the race|
|5 Rules for determining block spacing|
|Why no effort should be made to look at the first hurdle until *after* the 3rd or 4th stride|
|The #1 reason athletes must shorten the last step before the hurdle…or the race is over before it begins|
|And much more…|
Session II: Shot Put and Discus Throwing
|Why teaching ‘batting’ can help throwers quickly learn to rotate the hips|
|2 reasons blocking must be taught and developed in order to maximize distance|
|How to prevent shot putters from striking too early|
|How to use the block arm to lead the throw (shot put)|
|The most effective methods for getting to the power position|
|Secrets behind shifting weight and transferring momentum between legs during the discus spin|
|An easy way to tell if discus throwers release the block too soon|
|And much more|
Coach Dan Pfaff
Session I: Training Design for Improved Performance in the Sprints, Hurdles, and Jumps
|Why ‘Building a BASE’ is a myth…|
|6 foundational elements of the training process that must be understood by the coach designing and implementing the program|
|Why understanding biomotor skill development is fundamental to success, whether working at the age group or Olympic levels|
|9 proven methods for developing specific speed in sprinters, jumpers and hurdlers|
|The most effective methods for getting to the power position|
|How to increase strength using these 6 progressions based on training age, skill level and time of year|
|4 key factors to consider when designing training programs…and how they affect short and long term planning|
|Pros and cons of modifying the training plan during the season|
|Why the use of ‘cycle design’ allows for optimal evolution of future training design protocols|
|Exactly what to do when athletes miss unplanned periods of training due to illness, injury, etc.|
|And much more…|
Session II: Correcting Technical Flaws in the Field Events
||The #1 thing athletes must be able to do in order to correct flaws in event specific technique|
|Why established technique must evolve with the athlete in order to see continued improvement…and how to approach it|
|12 specific causes of faulty movement patterns and detailed discussion on how to address these errors|
|A detailed review of why fundamental biomotor skill and movement patterns must be established before adding advanced technique to the jump or throw|
|9 reasons for deterioration of established technique in field event athletes (with specific problem solving instructions for each identified problem)|
|How to keep (new and old) injuries from creating imbalances in technical execution|
|Why a poorly designed training program can destroy technical mastery|
|Top 3 reasons the coach may be the cause of the athlete’s inability to execute and evolve technical proficiency|
|And much more…|
How Much Does the Learning from the Legends Seminar Cost?
If you were to attend a seminar of this caliber, you’d have to factor in the costs of flight, hotel, meals and transportation. Not to mention the stress and hassle of traveling and the cost of the seminar itself.
After all, spending over 7.5 hours watching and listening to two of the most influential coaches in the sport of Track & Field isn’t cheap. And, I think you’d agree, it shouldn’t be.
So offering this information to you for $200 - $300 would be more than fair considering the number of improvements you’ll immediately make to your training progressions, regardless of the skill level or event group you work with.
But I’m a track coach, too. And I fully understand how small our budgets are and how much we have to do with extremely limited resources.
Besides, I'll be honest. When I originally ran this private seminar, I didn't think about making it available to the public. So I didn't have Coach Tellez or Coach Pfaff wear a microphone. But the information is so good, I knew it would be an invaluable resource to coaches like you.
So we did have to play around with the audio when preparing this program. You won't have any trouble hearing any of the information, I promise you that.
In a nutshell, the audio is a bit like our athletes: Not perfect, but well worth the time and effort.
Because of this, combined with the fact that we’re making these presentations and seminar notes available as digital downloads, we can eliminate the cost of production, shipping, processing, etc., and pass those savings on to you.
When you order the entire 7.5 hour ‘Learning from the Legends’ Seminar from Coach Tom Tellez and Coach Dan Pfaff, you’ll receive immediate access to the entire program for only
$97. Special Release Price of ONLY 47 dollars!
In addition, we’ll give you all the PowerPoint slides and notes from the seminar, allowing you to follow along with Coach Tellez and Pfaff.
When you think about it, it’s a pretty good deal! You get the never-before-seen ‘Learning from the Legends’ seminar (and all the handouts) with coaching gurus Tom Tellez and Dan Pfaff and you get it all for only
$97 47 dollars. Order Now.
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I don’t think this will happen, but I want you to be satisfied the same way I want my athletes and clients to be satisfied. So I’m offering you my iron clad 100% money back guarantee.
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P.S. - For the first time, you can get immediate access to the 7.5 hour, never-before-released ‘Learning from the Legends’ track and field seminar featuring coaching legends Tom Tellez and Dan Pfaff.
P.P.S. - Don’t forget my no risk, no questions asked, money back guarantee. You have a full 60 days to check out the entire 7.5 hour seminar and if you are not completely satisfied with your purchase I will refund 100% of your money.
NOTE: Learning from the Legends Seminar is a downloadable video recording of a seminar plus ebook handouts. No physical products will be shipped. After you order, you will get INSTANT ACCESS to the video download plus the handouts download onto your computer. The video format is mp4, and the handouts are PDF's which can be viewed on Mac or PC.
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