World Champion Techniques Exclusive On FloTrack

One thing that often gets overlooked on our website is technique. We all aren’t born like Ashton Eaton or Melissa Bishop. But you can train like them.

Traveling to a running camp or getting 1-on-1 help from professionals can be time consuming and expensive. That’s where we come in. We have over 850 training and technique videos from professional athletes and coaches alike.

Take it from Julius Yego aka Mr. Youtube, sometimes to win Gold all you need to do is sit down in front of a computer.

Over 75 athletes may sound like a lot. You may not know where to begin?

Maybe start with “The World’s Greatest Athlete” and 2015 World Champion Ashton Eaton. Not a bad place to start. He breaks down each event and his overall approach to competing in 10 events over a two day span.


Perhaps you are looking more specifically to be a jumper. Perhaps a long jumper. Why would you want to learn from anybody other than the man who jumped the 2nd farthest all-time in the triple jump? Learn from Christian Taylor, your 2015 World Champion.


If middle distance is your thing - we’ve got you covered. Melissa Bishop set the new Canadian Record in the 800m and to back it up, decided to get herself a silver medal the next race. Watch Melissa teach you how to dictate the pace to navigate rounds.


For those hurdlers out there, Aries Merritt has over a dozen videos ranging from what to do with your lead leg and changing up your steps. Did we mention he is the world record holder in the 110m hurdles and he will be coming home from Beijing with a bronze medal?


Needless to say - we’ve got world class training and techniques.

Here’s a list of more athletes with exclusive technique videos, who represented their respective countries at the 2015 World Championships.


Alberto Salazar - Coach of Mo Farah, Galen Rupp & Matt Centrowitz

Dawn Harper-Nelson - USA | 100m Hurdles

Fabrice Lapierre - France | Pole Vault

Leo Manzano - USA | 1500m

Matt Hughes - Canada | 3000m Steeplechase

Michael Tinsley - USA | 400m Hurdles

Robby Andrews - USA | 1500m

Shannon Rowbury - USA | 1500m

Trey Hardee - USA | Decathlon

You: Whoa. Those are some really decorated athletes.

Me: Yeah.

You: What am I waiting for?

Me: Um…

You: That was rhetorical.

Me: Phew. Enjoy!

You: Thanks for showing me the light.

Me: Anytime friend.


Adam Goucher - 5000m

Adam Nelson - Shot Put

Amy Acuff - High Jump

Danny Mackey - Coach of Cas Loxsom and Nick Symmonds

Denna Kastor - Marathon

Nick Symmonds - 800m

Reese Hoffa - Shot Put

Terrence Trammell - 110m Hurdles

Check out all of our technique videos HERE.

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