Sprint Training - Intro to Feed the Catsby Tony Holler
Sprints - Feed the Cats
Coach Holler talks us through his training plan creation process called Feed the Cats. This idea of training helps to make your athletes faster without overworking them.
35 years of classroom teaching, presently teaching Honors Chemistry at Plainfield North High School in Plainfield, IL.
35 years of coaching football, basketball, and track. Presently Head Track Coach and Head Freshmen Football Coach at Plainfield North.
Member of Illinois Track & Field Hall of Fame
Co-director of Football-Track Activation Consortium (along with Chris Korfist)
Winner of 39 consecutive freshmen football games and the streak is still alive.
Winner of 3 IHSA State Track Championships and 8 total trophies (top-3 finishes).
Winner of 14 “Coach Of The Year” Awards.
Coached 8 individual state track champions and 7 relay state champions.
Speaker at 25 different track clinics in Wisconsin, Indiana, and Illinois.
Author of 45 blogs for ITCCCA (Illinois Track and Cross Country Coaches Association).
Conducted speed camps since 1997.
Son of Don Holler, a 47-year basketball coach at the high school and college level.
Father of Alec Holler, hurdle coach at Edwardsville H.S., winners of the Illinois state title in 2015.