New England Track and Field Clinic

  • 03.16.2018 @ 03:30 PM
  • Framingham, Massachusetts
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You may wish to stay overnight on Friday March 16 at the Framingham Sheraton Hotel. To help, we have reserved a limited amount of rooms at a discount rate. Obtain this discount rate by going to http;// or by calling the Framingham Sheraton at 508-879-7200 by March 3, 2018 and ask for the New England Track Clinic room discount.
Clinic Schedule
Friday, March 17, 2017
3:30-8:30 Salon Area Registration & Merchants
4:00-5:45 Ashland Pole Vault Certification

4:30-5:45 Centre Schexnayder Similarities in Long &Triple Jump
4:30-5:45 North Karp The Art and Science of Recovery
4:30-5:45 South Shea Weight Training for Runners

6:00-7:15 South Mitchell Coaching HS XC
6:00-7:15 Centre Veney Training For Speed for the 100 & 200
6:00-7:15 North Fallon-Korb Tips For Coaching Millennials
6:00-7:15 Ashland Ellis Mistakes & Corrections for the Glide SP

7:30-8:45 South Mederios Developing New Hurdlers
7:30-8:45 Centre Schexnayder Hamstrings and Shinslint
7:30-8:45 North Fallon-Korb Dealing With Athletes Pressure & Anxiety
7:30-8:45 Ashland Ellis Weight Training for Power and Speed in the Throws

9:00-12:00 Lobby Courtyard Coaches & Clinicians Social

Saturday, March 18, 2017
Time 7AM - 4:00 PM
7:00-10:00 Promenade Registration & Merchants
7:00-8:30 Postern Grill Clinic Breakfast (served 7:00am till 8:30am)
8:00 Worcester Room MSTCA Board Meeting

8:00-9:15 South Schexnayder Hamstrings and Shinslint
8:00-9:15 Centre Fallon-Korb How To Build Mental Toughness
8:00-9:15 North Karp Using Interval Training: Chasing Zatopek

9:30-10:45 South Veney 400m training
9:30-10:45 Centre Shea Flexability Streaches For Athletes
9:30-10:45 North Mitchell 1 & 2 Mile Training
9:30-10:45 Ashland Ellis Discus Technique & Drills

11:00-12:15 South Veney The Relays
11:00-12:15 Centre Schexnayder High Jump
11:00-12:15 North Karp Fatigue in Distance Running Events
11:00-12:15 Ashland Saucony (Guest Speaker)

60 Minute Lunch Break: Box Lunches Available For $ in Lobby Courtyard Area

12:20-1:00 Princess Room (MSTCA MEMBERS MEETING)

1:15-2:30 South Mitchell 800m
1:15-2:30 North Sprints Panel: Schexnayder, Veney, Mederios

2:45-4:00 South Ellis Commond Errors for Rotaional SP and Discus
2:45-4:00 North Coaching Female Athletes Panel: Fallon-Korb, Karp, Mitchell & Guest

2018 New England Track & Field Clinicians

Jason Karp Ph.D.: Dr. Karp is the author of 8 books & over 400 articles on coaching, running & fitness. He has been an instructor at the U.S. Olympic Training Center and is a nationally certified running coach by USA Track & Field. He owns Run-Fit, LLC, which provides coaching & educational services to runners & fitness professionals around the world.

Boo Schexnayder: Once again coaches have asked overwhelmingly asked for Boo to return. The Director of the Track & Field Academy will once again take center stage as he discusses the needs in the Jumps. Try to take in his session on hamstrings and shin splints. You will find no better person or speaker to listen to than Boo. You asked for him back again, you got him again!.

Vicki Mitchell: One of the finest middle & distance speakers ever, Coach Mitchell has lead the University of Buffalo to great success for 17 years. She was 10X All-American at Cortland State, and she competed in 5 international USA team meets. Vicki has coached many athletes from club, to high school, to national level.

Toney Veney: He has been called one of the most knowledgeable and is one of the most sought after clinicians in our country on the sprints. Toney's extensive knowledge will help coaches of every level learn more to increase their ability. He explains the basics the way you can understand them.

Andrea Fallon-Korb: The founder of Aspire where she provides consultation for athletes, teams & coaches. Andrea has a M.ED. In Sports Psychology and drawing on her experience as an outstanding athletes while at Carleton College. She understands the life of a coach & athlete and her sessions are to help you the coach get more out of your athletes in a relaxed environment.

Panel Sessions: There will be 2 panel session again at this years clinic. These sessions will give coaches an other opportunity to ask question on the panel subject. This years sessions are: Coaching Female Athletes & The Sprints. Question cards from coaches will be submitted and drawn for each panel to answer

Matt Ellis: A former thrower for Stonehill College in Massachusetts and owner of Primal Athlete Training Center in Cranston RI. Ellis’s love for the track & field throws still continues. Matt has spoken at many clinic around the country and has a aggressive blue-collar style to his training methods that improves strength endurance and explosive power.

Sean Mederios: An assistant coach at Old Rochester Regional High School in Massachusetts, Sean has put together an outstanding number of hurdlers in his years of coaching at ORR. Learn some of Coach Medeiros's tricks for developing your new hurdlers as they start their learning process.

Brendan Shea: Brendan owns and operates Shea Training Systems in Hanover Ma. He has worked with H.S. athletes and coaches along with professional athletes to increase their athletic ability. His sessions on proper warm up and weight training for athletes are 2 sessions coaches will enjoy and learn from.

The Massachusetts State Track Coaches Association(MSTCA) is not responsible for the withdrawal of any speaker but will do its best to obtain a replacement.
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Welcome to the online registration for the 44th Annual New England Track and Field Coaches Clinic. This clinic would not be possible without the generous support of SAUCONY and MF ATHLETICs as well as our other vendors and the Massachusett's State Track Coaches Association. *The MSTCA is not responsible for the withdrawal of any Clinician, but will make every attempt to find a suit-able replacement. (MSTCA) Massachusetts State Track Coaches Association.