Developing Speed and Strength For Any Sportby Micheal Wellington
Track and Field Coach Micheal Wellington imparts knowledge on developing strength, sprinting mechanics, and speed in all athletes from his years of experience in lifetime fitness, coaching at the Junior College, High School, and Youth Levels, and competing in college. Please give any feedback (Postive or Negative) that will help to create a course that best fit your learning needs. Thank you.
Micheal Wellington has been the Warrior Head Coach since 2013 where he was named "Track & Field Head Coach of the Year" by the Daily News. He is a graduate of CSUN, where he received his Bachelor's Degree in Psychology in 2003. He ran the 110 high hurdles for the Matadors, running a lifetime best of 14.93 in a year where the Matador men won the team Championship. Micheal Wellington also received his Master's Degree in Education in 2011 from the University of La Verne. Since Becoming a Head Coach Micheal's athletes have broken 32 school records, he has developed 47 individual league champions, 17 individual CIF champions (Relays included), 7 state finalists, 1 Divisional Team championship, 3 Runner Ups, and has sent 17 athletes to college on athletic scholarships. He began his coaching career at College of the Canyons in 2004 as a volunteer hurdle coach. He coached two athletes ('04, '05) who qualified for the state championships in his 3 year stint. Micheal Wellington is a USATF Level 2 certified coach specializing in Sprints, Hurdles, and Relays, also trains 800 runners, as well as being a Certified Personal Trainer.
Dominic Davis: 10.39/21.27 (USC)
Diab Davis: 10.43/21.63 (CAL)
Asia Watts: 11.92/24.73 (UNLV) 200/400
Marcel Myers 21.85/48.51 (NAU)
Chanel Rogers 24.91/55.81 (CSU Fullerton) 800:
Max Valadez 1:55.06 (West Alabama)
Kevin Wilkinson 1:54.76 (ASU) 100/300 Hurdles:
Skylin Harbin 14.10/41.79 (Tulane)
Brisa Guzman-Sanchez 14.22/43.78 (CSU Fullerton)
Ekaterina Hupalo 14.36 (PSU)
Leah Lambert 14.44/45.54 (SJSU)
Mason Guzman-Sanchez 14.15/39.41 (CSU Fullerton)
Matthew Harmon 14.80/38.44 (CSULA)