Dustin Imdieke

Talking about warm-up?!?

This week's blog-post, written by ALTIS sprints & jumps coach Dustin Imdieke, explores the true value of a mindfully designed and executed warm up. “Practice?!? We talking about practice.” Allen Iverson famously made this statement 22 times to a group of reporters following the Philadelphia 76’ers elimination from the 2002 NBA playoffs. As the MVP of the league, Iverson made...

Lessons from the IAAF World Championships – Dustin Imdieke

Recently I had the privilege of traveling to Beijing for the IAAF World Championships. At these Championships, I represented ALTIS, and was on the coaching staff for Norway, as the personal coach to Isabelle Pedersen. Prior to Beijing, we held a ten day holding camp in Hong Kong. This was my first experience at a Major Championship, and I was...

Upright Sprinting

Following on from Coach Chidi Enyia's blog-post on Acceleration, WAC Sprints & Jumps Coach - Dustin Imdieke examines the next piece in the speed puzzle - upright sprinting and the mechanics of maximum velocity. Dating back to the ancient Olympic games, people have been fascinated with exploring and pushing the limits of how fast humans sprint. During the previous century...

An interview with Dustin Imdieke

A rising star in the coaching profession - Dustin Imdieke is Assistant Sprint-Hurdles and Jumps coach at Altis, working trackside in assisting lead coaches Dan Pfaff, Stuart McMillan, and Andreas Behm. In addition to coaching at Altis, Dustin has also coached at Paradise Valley Community College since 2008, serving as the Head Coach since 2013. During this time athletes working...
ALTIS 360 Logo

UNLOCK ALTIS 360

Only $20/mo

Gain exclusive access to 100s of ALTIS education videos and join a global community of coaches and athletes.