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Nick Sheuerman

Keys to Success in the Throws

This week's blog-post - written by ALTIS throws coach - Nick Sheuerman looks into some of the fundamental components of developing successful throwers. It is vital for throws coaches to have an in-depth understanding of the multitude of factors involved in successful performance in the throws. I have been honored to learn about these factors from a number of highly...

Coaching the Individual in the Athlete

In this week's blog-post, Altis Coaches Program Coordinator & Throws Coach - Nick Sheuerman shares some philosophical insights into pedagogy and the art of coaching the individual. The following is a collection of thoughts on coaching amassed during the short span of my career so far, and from working with some of the most talented, yet humble mentors I could...

An interview with Altis Assistant Throws Coach – Nick Sheuerman

A former collegiate thrower who has coached in facilities from Iowa to Wales - Coach Sheuerman has a colourful background and a story to tell. As Assistant Throws Coach at Altis, Nick is tasked with coaching the Semi Professional and Scholarship throwers, as well as being heavily involved in directing and organizing the Apprentice Coach Program and newly created Intern...

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...

Training Camp at Altis – a Coach’s perspective

Whilst the Welsh Athletics Sprints group headed by Coach Matt Elias are currently enjoying the perfect training conditions onsite in Phoenix, Welsh Athletics National Event Group Lead for Throws - Andy Brittan - and the Welsh Throws squad recently returned home following a 3 week training camp at Altis. We asked Coach Brittan to take a look back on the...

Sang Hyeok Woo wows Sun Angel crowd

Sang Hyeok Woo wowed the crowd at the Sun Angel Track Classic in the boys High Jump on Thursday. Woo, who is just 15 years old, has been training at the World Athletics Center for two-weeks in spring break. Woo broke the Sun Angel Track high school meet record clearing 7-1, the previous record had been 6-11. 'Based on the...
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