Javelin Circuit Training for Maximum Resultsby Jeff Gorski
Circuit training exercises can improve muscular strength and endurance, as well as cardiovascular health. Through circuit training, your heart rate will increase and remain elevated because large muscles are worked together, short rest periods are taken, and upper, lower, and whole-body exercises are included.
In this course, Coach Jeff Gorski discusses the factors that influence your training. He breaks down various circuit training and gives examples of techniques working with alignment. Everything you need to get the results you desire are right here.
Simply click the ‘Book This Course’ button at the top right of this page, place your order, and you’ll immediately be logged into the training with full access. Take Coach Jeff Gorski's inside tips and tricks to maximize your results with circuit training today!
Jeff Gorski | University of North Carolina | Javelin Coach
Jeff Gorski, a 1977 Carolina graduate and three-time All-ACC performer in the javelin, is a highly-respected javelin instructor around the world having worked with elite athletes from high school national champions to Olympians.
During his time as a volunteer assistant, Gorski has helped multiple Tar Heels find success on the runway. In 2019, Gorski coached Madison Wiltrout to a third-place finish at the NCAA Outdoor Championships in her first-ever competition season at UNC. Wiltrout also captured the ACC Championship title in the women's javelin with a school-record performance, throwing 182-5 (55.60 meters) for the gold. The year prior, Gorski developed Jared Martin, a swimmer-turned-javelin-thrower, into an All-ACC competitor in 2018. Less than a full year after picking up a javelin, Martin scored at the 2017 ACC Outdoor Championships and went on to place second at the 2018 conference meet with a mark of 220-10 (67.31 meters).
Prior to rejoining Carolina track & field, from 2011-17, Gorski was the javelin development chair for The National Scholastic Athletic Foundation, where he coached and trained some of the most talented high school javelin athletes in the country.