Travis Goyeneche

What I Wish I knew as a Student Athlete Part 2; How to warm up

What I Wish I knew as a Student Athlete Part 2; How to warm up Thinking back to my high school football days we worked out a ton. We had practice during the period and then after school, around 3 hours a day. Seems like a long time right? During the season I remember spending less than 5 minutes “warming-up” and then going right into some full speed drills. Seemed like a good idea at the time I mean nobody…

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Speed Secrets

Secrets for Speed Speed is great, there’s no denying it, but there can be too much of a good thing. What good is all the speed in the world if you can’t control it (see clip below)? The one exception would be in the track world, where running in a straight line can bring you the title of world’s greatest. For all other athletes there typically is a time when you will need to slow down and change directions, then…

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What I Wish I knew as a Student Athlete Part 1; Sprinting Mechanics

The phases of running never seemed to be a topic of discussion when it came time for test week throughout my football career. We ran 40-yard dashes every year, yet—maybe it was because I was an offensive lineman—we got skipped over when it came time to learn proper sprinting mechanics. I can’t remember one time when the coaches critiqued us on our form while running the all-important 40-yard dash, other than a “pump your arms” cue or the always helpful…

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