Unconventional Principles in the Long & Triple Jump - Shawn Jackson | TCUby LHSCA
Need new ways to train your athletes in the Long and Triple Jump? Then you have come to the right place! In this course, Coach Shawn Jackson reveals different methods and drills he uses at TCU to create faster and stronger jumpers. He includes many methods in this course like:
- Knowledge in the Long and Triple Jump
- Drills for the Long and Triple Jump
- A Cueing System so your jumpers always hit their marks
- Approaches and Takeoffs
He even shows video samples so you can see exactly how he coaches these things, and master how to train your athletes!
Shawn Jackson | Assistant Coach (Jumps) | TCU
|Assistant Coach||TCU||August 2012 - Present|
|Assistant Coach||Lousiana Tech||1995 - 2012|
Career Coaching Highlights:
Jackson’s jumpers have accumulated three NCAA titles, 16 All-America honors, and seven Big 12 titles.
A two-time Mid-East Region Coach of the Year (2006, 2008), Jackson helped Louisiana Tech earn 16 team conference championships.
In 2008, Jackson was named Assistant Coach of the Year by the USTFCCCA.
During his tenure at Louisiana Tech, where he coached sprints, jumps, and hurdles, 30 of the team's 43 school records were claimed by athletes Jackson mentored.
At Louisiana Tech, Jackson had 11 athletes earn 28 All-America honors and had his bulldogs win 76 conference titles, including 25 in relay events.
Jackson has coached athletes that have appeared in the Olympic Trials in the 100, 200 and 400-meter dashes, 400-meter hurdles, long jump, and triple jump.
Jackson helped the Louisiana Tech women's track and field program earn seven consecutive outdoor track and field conference titles from 2005-11.