In college, Eleanor Fulton showed promise. She was a multi-time NCAA All-American indoors but was unable to qualify for a NCAA Championship final Outdoors.
In her first full season as a pro she came into her own, making the USA Championship finals Indoors (1,000m) and Outdoors (1500m).
Eleanor had a career year in 2017, setting personal best marks in the 600m, 800m, 1,000m, 1500m, and 1 Mile. She represented TEAM USA at the World Cross Country Championships in Uganda. And finally made good on the national class competitive potential she knew existed within her.
How did Eleanor do it?
At the High Performance West On Coaching | Workshop #2 in Portland on February 24th, 2018, HPW Director Jonathan Marcus, will offer how he integrated specific physiological and psychological elements into Eleanor's preparation to help her elevate her competitiveness to the national class level.
You'll walk away with a better understanding of how Jonathan works to shift limiting factors, both physical and mental, into dominate qualities and assets which, instead of impeding the athlete, enhances their race day performance. His ying/yang coaching approach to help the athlete get the most of out their body and mind will be clearly articulated with the specific scientific and philosophical principles he interweaves to make a lasting impact.
You can enroll for Workshop #2 in Portland or Online now.