Champions Club Chronicles vol. 5: Track Wrap-up
You are not a good coach unless your athletes move well.
Champions Club Chronicles Vol. 4: Outside of My Precious Bubble
It is Monday. After a recommendation from a few people, I now coach track at Warren Mott High School and today is the first day of practice. While driving to school I have images of Bishop Foley practices from three years back going through my head; the short Pose introduction, warmup routine, partner falling drills,… Read more
Champions Club Chronicles Vol. 3: Teen Athletes Spotlight
“Teaching develops perception, and perception allows you to be your own coach”. Coach Sinagoga shares his approach to training teen athletes by using a mix of Pose Method, CrossFit and plain old fun.
Champions Club Chronicles Vol. 1: From Pose to the Podium
If you are willing to dedicate time to getting the running technique down, the good things, like winning an MHSAA Division III 400-meter State Championship, tend to be the result. Coach Chris Sinagoga takes us behind the scenes of his Champions Club training.
Strength training in running
While the question ‘do we need strength training in running?’ is not a question anymore, the question, ‘what kind of strength do we need there?’ is still unclear. That is why I would like to discuss this topic in a short description of the logic of strength exercise use in running. It is no secret… Read more
Running Zigzag – technical skill
Here’s a way of running that is on another level. Running in a zigzag pattern is sprinting with an abrupt change of direction. This approach is used most prominently in team sports like American football, soccer, basketball, etc. when the athletes need to maneuver to avoid other players. This year it was part of a… Read more