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AN INTERVIEW WITH SARA & STEVE SLATTERY
This week, we're learning from Sara and Steve Slattery. Sara and Steve met as teammates at the University of Colorado where they were coached by the legendary Mark Wetmore. Both Sara and Steve were high school standouts, multi-time collegiate All Americans, and U.S. world championship team members. Sara won two NCAA individual titles while Steve was a USATF national champion. With such a wealth of experience between the couple, we're excited to share their advice and stories with you in the video below.
Once again, we've split your training options into two different paths. If you want to maximize your potential in the mile this spring, we have a "true miler" workout plan for both middle school and high school. Or, if you want to build aerobic strength this spring, with an eye on building towards cross country starting now, then stick to our "beginner" or "advanced" aerobic strength plans instead.
AEROBIC STRENGTH-BUILDING PLANS
TRUE MILER PLANS
PREVIOUS VIDEOS & TRAINING PLANS
Week 1: Post 1 (a video welcome from Rob Myers)
Week 1: Post 2 (an interview with Rob Myers)
Week 2: Post 1 (an interview with Alan Webb, American record holder in the mile + week 2 workouts)
Week 2: Post 2 (an interview with Cori Kill Schulte, former Ohio state champ miler)
Week 3: Post 1 (an interview with The Ohio State University track & XC coach Sarah Vergote + week 3 workouts)
Week 3: Post 2 (an interview with 3-time Canadian Olympian Nate Brannen)
Week 4: Post 1 (an interview with NCAA Champion Theresa Brannen + week 4 workouts)
Week 4: Post 2 (an interview with athletic trainer Alex Winter)