Concerns of Athlete Centered Coaching - Scott Simmons - Super Distance Summit 2010
dding-right: 0px; padding-bottom: 8px; padding-left: 0px; text-align: justify; margin: 0px;">Scott Simmons is the coach of nationally ranked NCAA DII Queens University of Charlotte He also coaches the athletes of the American Distance Project and is the co-author of the book Take The Lead: A Revolutionary Approach To Coaching Cross Country. He has led his college teams to five national championships and is a six-time NAIA National Coach of the Year.
Scott is asked a question about the limits of athlete centered coaching, specifically how many athletes is too many.
- Coaching Philosophy
- Super Compensation vs Pyramid
- Championship Failure
- Demands of Training to Succeed
- Aerobic Components of Training
- Gabe Jennings & Mileage
- Anaerobic Threshold
- Hammer Intervals
- Michael Crouch - XC
- Michael Crouch - Track
- Concerns of Athlete Centered Coaching
- Questions Pt 1/Questions Pt 2/Questions Pt 3
Check out the Distance Summit Site and our Training site to see the rest of these videos as they are released. Videos from the 2010 Distance Summit include from Brad Hudson, Charlie Kern, Scott Simmons, Pete Rea, Armando Siqueiros and Jeff Johnson.
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