LA84 HIGH SCHOOL ADVANCED & BEGINNING LEVEL CROSS COUNTRY COACHES CLINIC – JULY 22, 2017

GENERAL INFORMATION AND AGENDA

WHAT: LA84 High School Advanced & Beginning Level Cross Country Coaches Clinic
WHEN:
Saturday, July 22, 2017
WHERE:
Mt. San Antonio College, Walnut, CA
NOTE: This clinic is free of cost to all attendees

REGISTER HERE

There will be two series offered at today’s clinic featuring one presentation from each series being offered at every session during the day.

Track 1: Beginning Series. This series is designed for the beginning or inexperienced coach. It is recommended for coaches with five years or less of experience. Topics include the basic physiology of training a high school distance runner, how to construct a season long training plan, how to recruit and build your team, and all the things you need to know as a head coach to stay one step ahead of the CIF, your AD, and the principal.

Track 2: Advanced Series: This series is designed for the experienced coach who understands the basic physiology of training distance runners and who already has organizational and recruiting skills. Speakers will be presenting sessions that are specific and assume a common level of knowledge and a common vocabulary specific to the sport.

TimeSession TopicLocation
8:00am - 8:40amRegistration and lunch sign-upsOutside Building 9C
8:40am - 9:00amOpening welcome and clinic directionsOutside Building 9C
9:00am - 10:00am Beginning Series
“101 Great Tips To Recruit Runners & Build Your Program Into a Powerhouse” - Tim O’Rourke
Building 9C - Conference Room
Advanced Series – Scientific Application
"Endurance Training: Current Science & Application to Training Program Design – Part 1" - Dr. Jeff Messer
Building 9C - East
Advanced Series – Small Schools Emphasis
"13-Step Approach To 13 State Titles" - Ken Reeves
Building 9C - West
10:15am - 11:15amBeginning Series
“Basic Physiology and Training Principles for Coaching a Successful High School Cross Country Team” - Renee Smith & Tim Hunter
Building 9C - Conference Room
Advanced Series – Scientific Application
“Endurance Training: Current Science & Application to Training Program Design – Part 2” - Dr. Jeff Messer
Building 9C - East
Advanced Series – Small Schools Emphasis
“The Whole Package: Team Building, Motivating, and Training State Champions” - Andy Visokey
Building 9C - West
11:30am - 12:30pmBeginning Series
“The Things You Must Know/Do/Follow to Keep Your Principal, AD and the CIF Happy” - Tim O’Rourke
Building 9C - Conference Room
Advanced Series – Scientific Application
“Endurance Training: Current Science & Application to Training Program Design – Part 3” – Dr. Jeff Messer
Building 9C - East
Advanced Series – Small Schools Emphasis
“The Road To The Top Step of the State Championship Podium: The Month By Month Progression of The 2016 California Division 4 Boys and Girls State Champions” - Ken Reeves
Building 9C - West
12:30pm - 1:30pmLunch
Clinicians will be available throughout the lunch hour in the area outside Design Technology Center for informal discussions.
12:45pmCalifornia Cross Country Coaches Association Meeting
All Coaches are invited to attend — you do not have to be a member of the Association to attend meeting.
Building 9C - East
1:30pm - 2:30pmBeginning Series
“Creating a Full Season-Long Training Plan” - Renee Smith & Tim Hunter
Building 9C - Conference Room
Advanced Series
“Endurance Training: Current Science & Application to Training Program Design – Part 4” – Dr. Jeff Messer
Building 9C - East
Advanced Series – Small Schools Emphasis
“Strength & Conditioning: The Key to Winning” - Andy Visokey
Building 9C - West
2:45pm - 3:45pmBeginning Series
“Creating YOUR Team’s 2017 Seasonal Training Plan” - Renee Smith & Tim Hunter
Building 9C - Conference Room
Advanced Series: Scientific Application
“Endurance Training: Current Science & Application to Training Program Design – Part 5” – Dr. Jeff Messer
Building 9C - East
3:45pmTurn in your completed evaluations and receive your LA84 Certificate of Completion.
You may download for free all of our LA84 Coaching Manuals, including the cross country coaching manual at http://la84.org/coaching-manuals/

DIRECTIONS

Address: 1100 N Grand Ave, Walnut, CA 91789
Building 9C (Student Life Center)
Directions