The Gold Medal Methodby Fallon Heddings
In this course, Coach Fallon Heddings will take you through various mobility tests to ensure that you are able to have the best training program and get the most out of each and every workout. Starting with your neck and making its way down to your toes, Coach Heddings works through each critical joint to make sure you are able to compete at the highest level possible.
Coach Fallon Heddings is currently a member of The Eastern University Track & Field coaching staff after working for five years at Widener University. While there, she coached two NCAA Division III All-Americans: one in the long jump; one in the triple jump. In addition, she took ten individuals to the NCAA National Championships and coached 12 Middle Atlantic Conference champions, while finishing her doctorate of Physical Therapy at Widener. She has now coached 4 All Americans and 15 NCAA National Qualifiers and was most recently named MidEast Region Assistant Coach of the Year.
She competed at Saint Francis (Pa.) University and Lock Haven University from 2010-2013. In her time as an NCAA athlete, Heddings was a two-time NCAA Division II Provisional Qualifier in the triple jump and earned Academic All America honors in both her junior and senior years. Still competing post-college, Fallon holds personal-best marks of 5.46m in the long jump and 11.88m in the triple jump. In 2007, while competing in high school for Bloomsburg High, Fallon won a PIAA State Championship in the girls' triple jump. With that being said, she is a proven coach. She is one of the most accomplished jumps coaches in the Middle Atlantic Conference and Mideast Region.