Chris Korfist is a track coach, former football coach, author, and sought-after speaker in the world of speed training. Korfist is one of the most accomplished track coaches in Illinois high school history. He is also the owner of “Slow Guy Speed School.” Coach Korfist has trained multiple All-State, State Champion, and All-American athletes at the high school and college levels, as well as Olympic- and professional-level sprinters. He is one of the founders of Reflective Performance Reset, along with Cal Dietz and JL Holdsworth.
Dan Fichter owns and operates Wannagetfast Power/Speed Training, a performance training business in Rochester, New York, that caters to elite athletes from pro hockey players to the Olympic level. He is also the Head Football Coach at Irondequoit High School. Coach Fichter has a bachelor’s degree in physical education and a master’s degree in liberal studies from SUNY College at Brockport.
Korfist and Fichter were brought together to discuss their in-depth and unique knowledge of the Inno-sport system and its creator, DB Hammer. Chris and Dan spent a great deal of time emailing DB Hammer, and they share many of the insights they gained from him about the system.
In this podcast, the coaches discuss:
- How they contacted the secretive Hammer and learned his methods.
- The changes in their thought processes toward sports performance brought on by this relationship.
- An1 and An2 brackets and how they are trained.
- Using “drop-offs” to autoregulate training.
- Oscillatory isometrics.
- Individualizing training for large groups.
Podcast total run time is 1:11:24.
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Keywords: DB Hammer, Inno-sport, drop-offs, autoregulation, isometrics