What Sports Jobs are Available if I Don’t Go Pro?

January 16, 2012

You are back on ScoutMe’s track and field, known simply as The Fast Track with the @HempsteadHuddle. The Fast Track’s first volume was all about speed training, while the second week was all about training for college track and field events. In week three, The Fast Track went back to the fundamentals and explored different […]

Best Colleges for Cross Country in Division II

January 6, 2012

You are back on ScoutMe’s track and field, known simply as The Fast Track with the @HempsteadHuddle. The Fast Track’s first volume was all about speed training, while the second week was all about training for college track and field events. In week three, The Fast Track went back to the fundamentals and explored different […]

Top End Speed & Stamina for College Track & Field Events

December 28, 2011

You are back on ScoutMe’s track and field, known simply as The Fast Track with the @HempsteadHuddle. The Fast Track is a high-level NCAA track and field blog for high school athletes. The Fast Track’s first volume was all about speed training, while the second week was all about training for college track and field […]

Best Colleges for Track and Field

December 20, 2011

You are back on ScoutMe’s track and field, known simply as The Fast Track with the @HempsteadHuddle. The Fast Track is a high-level NCAA track and field blog for high school athletes. Think of this blog as an extension of your future NCAA track coach, while you’re in the offseason. The Fast Track’s first volume […]

Best Colleges for Track and Field

December 14, 2011

You are back on ScoutMe’s track and field, known simply as The Fast Track with the @HempsteadHuddle. The Fast Track is a high-level NCAA track and field blog for high school athletes. Think of this blog as an extension of your future NCAA track coach, while you’re in the offseason. The Fast Track’s first volume […]

The NCAA Track Coach’s Startup Kit

December 8, 2011

You are back on Scoutme’s track and field, known simply as The Fast Track with the @HempsteadHuddle. The Fast Track is a high-level NCAA track and field blog for high school athletes. Think of this blog as an extension of your future NCAA track coach, while you’re in the offseason. The Fast Track’s first volume […]

How to Prepare for College Track and Field Events

December 1, 2011

You are back on The Fast Track with the @HempsteadHuddle. The Fast Track is a college level track and field blog for high school athletes. Last week was all about speed training and this week is all about training for college track and field events like the 100-meter dash, the long jump, and the 400-meter […]

Shoe Science

November 25, 2011

I wonder if there was a shoe store in ancient Egypt. If there was, I wonder if it was like Footlocker. Footlocker is by far my favorite place in the mall. It doesn’t matter if I’m buying something for my girlfriend, my little brothers or my grandma, I’m going to go into footlocker just in […]

The Fast Track: Start Faster, Win Sooner

November 25, 2011

Speed is captivating in every realm. In the wild, the cheetah uses its speed to kill prey like antelopes and to protect itself against predators like lions. Their speed is used sparingly when hunting their prey on the savannah, but when executed, it’s a force of nature. Human sprinters use their speed to blow past […]

The Proper Footwear Can Change Your Life in a Matter of Seconds

November 19, 2011

Scout College Recruiting Ever tried sprinting with regular sneakers on a track field?  Yea doesn’t quiet work as well which is why spikes were invented to substantiate the power needed to run a 100 yard race in less than 12 seconds or spring over hurdles the size of your little brother. Scout college recruiting should […]

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