Results from the URI Indoor Track Classic.
Entries by Martin Bingisser
A new personal best for Isabelle Piette (Woonsocket, RI) led her to victory at the Marine Corps Holiday Classic. In the boy’s competition her teammate Adam Beaudry (Woonsocket, RI) took home the win.
Results from the Ocean Breeze Holiday Festival in New York.
Cory Martin is best known as one of the best combo throwers of all time: 22 meters in the shot put and 75 meters in the hammer throw. He’s also put together one of the best combo training programs around: combining the influences of his two coaches and mentors Jerry Clayton and John Smith. On this week’s episode we take a look at both of those topics by exploring parallels between different throwing events, how to cross-train them, and how he’s integrated difference influences into his own program.
Results from the Bishop Loughlin Games in New York.
Owen Spire (Exeter West Greenwich, RI) and Susan Adekunle (Classical, Providence, RI) grabbed the state leads with wins at the RITCA Invitational.
On our last episode coach Rett Larson explained his approach to warming up, both the theory and practice. This week, we’re sharing a bonus episode where we discuss our own approach to the warm up. As with the rest of our training program, the warmup is constantly evolving. We go in detail into the what and why we do now and how that has evolved over the last few years.
On this week’s GAINcast Vern shares his top 6 books of 2023, key insights after recent travels to Europe and Australia, plus thoughts as we look ahead at preparing for the 2024 Olympics.
As the year starts coming to a close and the indoor season is ready to begin, the year-end awards are also starting to be announced. Over the past week Track and Field News has released their annual high school All-America teams,. including 3 boys and 3 girls in the hammer throw.
For many strength coaches, the warmup is the best weapon they have. It’s a dedicated time each day to work with athletes, whether they make it in the weight room or not. But to really get the most out of it, you have to have a plan to allow you to use the time effectively, build athlete buy in, and gain the confidence of the coaching staff. On this week’s episode Rett Larson joins us to share his plan and philosophy of warming up based on his experience in the Olympic volleyball world.