High Performance Coach and Speaker
Co-Founder of Jadin|Jones Coaching and Consulting
Owner of Wisconsin Sports Performance
Wisconsin Sports Performance
Physical Education Teacher, Assistant Football Coach, Speed
Kimberly Area School District
Custom Sports Performance LLC
Stoughton High School
State Clinic SCHEDULE
8:00-8:45 am – CHECK-IN/REGISTRATION
8:45-8:55 am – WELCOME
Overview of Day’s Activities / Presentations by Michael Duehring, Director of Performance and Fitness at Marquette University High School
9:00-9:50 am – DUAL: LECTURE+HANDS-ON
Developing Leaders Who Grow a Winning Culture by Steve Jones
OVERVIEW: Culture either happens by design or default. Steve Jones will discuss how to intentionally create and grow a “winning” culture by developing leaders within your team. The importance and power of connection, mindset, and servant leadership are specific topics that will be covered in leadership development and cultural growth.
10:00 am-10:50 pm – DUAL: LECTURE+HANDS-ON
Programming to Peak: Mastering the Art of Peak Performance Timing by Stephen Linzmeier
OVERVIEW: Discover the secret to unlocking peak performance exactly when it counts! In “Programming to Peak,” dive into the critical art of timing your training to reach maximum potential during the most crucial moments of your season. This dynamic presentation will guide you through the essential variables of athletic training – from periodization and exercise selection to volume, load, and rest. Learn how to manipulate these factors for optimal results in any sport skillfully. Whether prepping for the big game or gearing up for a championship, you’ll gain invaluable insights into fine-tuning your athletes’ performance to its absolute best when it truly matters. Don’t miss out on mastering these game-changing strategies!
11:00-11:50 pm – HANDS-ON (no slides)
Mastering Lateral Speed: A Progressive Journey from Basics to Advanced by Josh Heisler
OVERVIEW: Step into dynamic athleticism with “Mastering Lateral Speed,” a comprehensive guide to developing exceptional lateral movement from the ground up. Whether starting with the basics or advancing to elite techniques, this presentation offers a structured pathway to mastering lateral speed. Explore the fundamentals of deceleration and learn how to integrate lateral plyometrics into your training regime seamlessly. Perfect for coaches and athletes alike, this session provides practical, step-by-step guidance to enhance agility and quickness in any sport. Prepare to transform your approach to lateral movement and give your athletes the competitive edge they need to excel.
12:00-12:50 pm – LUNCH PROVIDED
1:00-1:50 pm – HANDS-ON (no slides)
Hot, Loose, and Nasty: Running Team Warm-ups by Carmen Pata
OVERVIEW: We all know the importance of having a proper warm-up before training. Yet, during team sessions, it can become difficult to manage a large number of people to ensure they are physically, mentally, and emotionally ready to be at their best. Coach Pata is going to teach you some of his favorite warm-up progressions to help your athletes or clients become hot, loose, and nasty so they can attack their workout!
2:00-2:50 pm – DUAL: LECTURE+HANDS-ON
Sprint Training Simplified: Crafting Effective, Impactful Speed Programs by Bobby O’Brien
OVERVIEW: Elevate your coaching with “Sprint Training Simplified,” where we unravel the art of seamlessly integrating speed work into your overall training or physical education programs. This presentation demystifies sprint training, offering you practical strategies to get the most out of every speed session. Dive into techniques that yield the highest returns and discover innovative ways to track and celebrate progress, keeping athletes motivated and engaged. Whether you’re a coach looking to sharpen your team’s sprinting prowess or an educator aiming to incorporate effective speed work in your curriculum, this session is your roadmap to success. Get ready to unlock the full potential of your athletes with time-efficient, results-driven sprint training methods.
3:00-3:50 pm – ROUNDTABLE
3:40-4:00 pm – CLOSING REMARKS
Michael Duehring, Director of Performance and Fitness at Marquette University High School