Tommy Badon - High Jumpby LHSCA
Need some help with teaching and getting your athletes to master the high jump? Then, you have come to the right place! In this course, Coach Tommy Badon teaches drills and progressions to improve your athlete's height of the jump and reach new PRs. He even includes things like:
- The Curve
- Preparation and Takeoff
- A few stories that influenced him
On top of all of that, he even goes in-depth to the biomechanics that can show you the potential your athletes have.
Tommy Badon | Assistant Coach | University of Lousiana Lafayette
|Assistant Coach||ULL||2018 - Present|
|Head Coach||Lafayette Christian Academy||2014 - 2018|
Badon has been active in Coaching Education since 1987. He was a USATF Level I and Level II Instructor for 20 years, and has served as both a TFTC Instructor and an SCC Instructor in the USTFCCCA Coaches Education program since the inception of that program. Badon is an active member in the LTFCA, and has spoken at numerous state association conventions throughout his career, as well as presenting at the USTFCCCA Annual Convention in 2013.
Badon earned a bachelor's degree in social studies education from then USL in 1981 before receiving his masters' degree in physical education from Prairie View A&M in 1989. During his undergraduate days, Badon was a student assistant in the UL Sports Information Office under LSWA and CoSIDA Hall of Fame member Dan McDonald.