Coach Todd


Making history on leap at a time! #TeamTodd #jumpsquad

They excelled through the exchange zones!

Rise Above || Spoken Word


Powerful message about overcoming the challenges in your life. Never let the fear of losing people cause you to lose yourself. Audio Link: https://soundcloud...

[01/25/20]   Coaches please be aware and have your athletes prepared before they show up for the event:
Rule 6-2-6 has been amended to prohibit athletes from running backwards or in the opposite
direction (non-legal direction) during warm-ups on horizontal jumps, pole vault and javelin runways.

Phoenix Flyers Track Club Tytan

Travis Miller on Twitter

This makes me feel better about my girl's 4x100 at last years State Meet🤷🏾‍♂️

“Me: Dropping the baton is the worst thing that can happen in a 4x1. China:”

[09/29/19]   Who's the Ron Artest of Track & Field ? #trackandfield

Referee who told N.J. wrestler to cut dreadlocks barred for 2 seasons

Is this enough?l The state athletic association will provide in-person training to all wrestling officials before the start of the season to emphasize that the rule requiring long hair to be covered is based on length, not hair style.

[04/10/19]   "I never cease to be amazed at the power of the coaching process to draw out the skills or talent that was previously hidden within an individual, and which invariably finds a way to solve a problem previously thought unsolvable."

[04/07/19]   "A good coach will make his players see what they can be rather than what they are." Ara Parasheghian

[04/06/19]   A good coach can change a game. A great coach can change a life. John Wooden

[04/05/19]   "I think that the good and the great are only separated by the willingness to sacrifice." -- Kareem Abdul-Jabbar, six-time NBA MVP and 19-time All-Star.

[04/05/19]   “A common mistake among those who work in sport is spending a disproportional amount of time on “x’s and o’s” as compared to time spent learning about people.”
Mike Krzyzewski

[04/03/19]   What I learned is that if a coach lacks sufficient persistence, he will be unable to complete the critical task of finding growth opportunities out of adversity.

[04/03/19]   “Failure is good. It’s fertilizer. Everything I’ve learned about coaching, I’ve learned from making mistakes.”
Rick Pitino

[04/02/19]   "Skill is only developed by hours and hours of work." -- Usain Bolt

[04/01/19]   Coaching 101:
“People thrive on positive reinforcement. They can take only a certain amount of criticism and you may lose them altogether if you criticize them in a personal way… you can make a point without being personal. Don’t insult or belittle your people. Instead of getting more out of them you will get less.”

[03/31/19]   “It is not what the coach knows; it is what his players have learned.”

[03/31/19]   “If we were supposed to talk more than we listen we would have two mouths and one ear.”
Mark Twain

[03/30/19]   “I want my team to be more detached from the wins and losses and be more focused on doing the little things well. When you focus on getting the win, it can suffocate you, especially during the playoffs when the pressure gets thick.”
Sue Enquist,

[03/28/19]   “The only place that success comes before work is in the dictionary.”
Vince Lombard

[03/28/19]   “To be as good as it can be, a team has to buy into what you as the coach are doing. They have to feel you’re a part of them and they’re a part of you.”
Bobby Knight

[03/27/19]   “You don’t demand respect, you earn it.”
Steve Seidler

[03/26/19]   “Leadership is more about responsibility than ability!”
Jim Tunney

[03/26/19]   “There is another side [to ego] that can wreck a team or an organization. That is being distracted by your own importance. It can come from your insecurity in working with others. It can be the need to draw attention to yourself in the public arena. It can be a feeling that others are a threat to your own territory. These are all negative manifestations of ego, and if you are not alert to them, you get diverted and your work becomes diffused. Ego in these cases makes people insensitive to how they work with others and it ends up interfering with the real goal of any group efforts.”
Bill Walsh

[03/26/19]   “The interesting thing about coaching is that you have to trouble the comfortable, and comfort the troubled.”
Ric Charlesworth, Hockey

[03/22/19]   Great coaches are great humanitarians. They really care for the athlete as people first and athletes second. This is paramount in gaining respect.

[03/20/19]   Good coaching is about leadership and instilling respect in your players. Dictators lead through fear - good coaches do not.

[03/20/19]   A coach is someone who can give correction without causing resentment

[03/20/19]   A coach's greatest asset is his sense of responsibility - the reliance placed on him by his players.

[03/20/19]   The only one who is responsible for the way your life works out is you. You cannot change the past, but you can take responsibility for your future. All it takes is a decision. Decide to live a life of discipline rather than one of regret. Remember that discipline weighs ounces and regret weighs tons.

Iowa T&F/XC on Twitter

Tria Simmons didn't even tell me that she won🤨 “🖤💛 Simmons, Kimbro Finish 1-2 at B1G Championships! #HawkeyeGrit | #B1GTF”

Believe it! Trust it! Do it!

[12/10/18]   Distance/Time=Velocity

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