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by Ken Doherty Ph.D.,John N. Kernan Ed.D.

ePub Track  Field Omnibook download
Author:
Ken Doherty Ph.D.,John N. Kernan Ed.D.
ISBN13:
978-0911521740
ISBN:
0911521747
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Publisher:
Tafnews Press; 5th edition (November 15, 2017)
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Subcategory:
Other Team Sports
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1193 kb
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John Kenneth Doherty (May 16, 1905 – April 19, 1996) was an American decathlon champion, college track and field coach, author and longtime director of the Penn Relays. While a student at the University of Michigan, Doherty won the American decathlon championship in 1928 and 1929 and won the bronze medal in the event at the 1928 Summer Olympics in Amsterdam.

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Ken Doherty (John Kenneth Doherty; May 16, 1905 - April 19, 1996) was an American decathlon champion, college track and field coach, author and longtime director of the Penn Relays

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Track & Field Omnibook is a complete guide to track & field technique and training in one volume, along with the best-ever discussion on how to be an effective and humane coach. Ken Doherty, a member of the Track & Field Hall of Fame, coached at Michigan and Penn and was a longtime director of the Penn Relays. He wrote the first Omnibook in the early 70's, and three subsequent revised editions appeared through 1985. This edition, edited and updated by Dr. John Kernan, keeps Omnibook's position as the best and most comprehensive textbook in the field and a reference source that is invaluable to veteran and beginning coaches alike.
  • I am the sprint coach for a high school team. I heard about this book when MY HS coach told me about it earlier this year. He told me that when he used it, he had to go to the sport science library in Los Angeles (established during the 1984 olympics).

    The beauty of this book isn't that it gives workout plans. The beauty is that it has sport journal articles that are track and field related and puts it together so that you can effectively incorporate training techniques and theory into practice. Also gives different perspectives on different techniques and the rationalization behind them.

    The latest edition isn't as fancy as the old hard covers, but it has all ingredients with updated material (2007) with interviews with atheletes such as Jeremy Wariner.

    Covers sprints, distance and all field events.

    This is a must in any serious coach's library. This book has the culmination of 40 years of experience in our sport (first edition 1971)

  • Great Book. Bought as gift for new coach on our staff

  • Great primer for newbies like myself! The history if the sport is important to know this instant world.

  • A great reference book for track and Field coaches at all levels. The material is presented clearly with the most up to date techniques.

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