Dominating the Hurdles with Trey Cunninghamby Trey Cunningham
Do you struggle to find your flow when running between hurdles? Do you excel in one area of the race but are being slowed down by other areas? If so then you need to check out my course.
In this course, you will learn the A to Z of how to maximize your performance in the hurdles. We will cover:
- Pushing off the blocks
- Your approach to the first hurdle
- Optimal hurdling technique
- Becoming powerful in between hurdles
- Controlling your mind for the race
If you want to knock time off your hurdles race, then you need to buy this course.
Trey Cunningham | Hurdles
Trey Cunningham, spent the entirety of his seasons on the watch list as a contender for The 2020 and 2021 Bowerman, college track and fields highest honor. For the 2020 indoor season, he was also one of three finalists in the USTFCCCA Indoor Mens Track Performer of the Year. Cunningham is a top-ranked 60m and 110m hurdler and has already earned three first-team All-American honors.
Cunningham is the most accomplished high school hurdler to ever sign with the Florida State Seminoles. He broke the U20 World Record twice in the 60-meter hurdles, running a 7.40 at the 2017 New Balance Indoor National Championship. Cunningham, a versatile athlete, dominated in the sprints from 60m to 400m, competed in both the long and triple jump, played basketball for three years, and ran cross country for two years. He won 24 state championships in Alabama for his high school in Winfield City, including 20 individual titles. Finishing his high school career, Cunningham had personal-bests of 6.78 in the 60m dash, 10.76 in the 100m, 13.35 in the 110 hurdles, 38.34 in the 300 hurdles, and had a jump of 23'4" in the long jump.
Collegiate Personal Bests:
- 100m: 10.64s
- 200m: 21.27s
- 60H: 7.51s
- 110H: 13.28s