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5-hours of video instruction with 2x Olympian coach Hector Cotto

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1-Hour Beginners Video Instruction

In this 1-hour section (17-videos) you will learn how to develop "never hurdled before" hurdlers, into 3-steppers and help them WIN their first races as hurdlers.

This course was created with the mom/dad coach in mind, and is simplified so that even a parent/coach with ZERO coaching/track experience can help their young athlete win in the hurdles races!

1. Cycle Drills (to develop the confidence in clearing hurdles)

2. Jammed Hurdling (to adapt at full-speed)

3. Over-Speed Hurdling (to remove fear of crashing)

4. Hurdle Endurance (to prepare for champinoship rounds)

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1 Workout to 3-Step

Are your hurdlers still struggling to 3-step in the hurdles? Learn the 1 workout you need for guaranteed results this season!

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10 of Coach Cotto's Favorite Sprint Workouts

Day 1 - The Bounce 

Day 2 - Rotary Circuit 

Day 3 - 4x4x100 

Day 4 - 30 + 30 

Day 5 - 5x200 

Day 6 - 60/80 

Day 7 - Nesto 60s 

Day 8 - Nesto 150s 

Day 9 - 5x300 

Day 10 - 400 Shuttles

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What others are saying..

Coach McGill has been a great coach for my son Matt Garrett. Coach McGill has improved my son’s hurdle technique and the results are definitely the proof. The first year working with my son Matt finished second in the USATF JO National meet in the 100mh finishing behind another Coach McGill athlete. He has helped him win the AAU Indoor National meet in the 60mh hurdles as well. Coach McGill has a calm demeanor and coaches" the athletes where they are with their ability and improves them gradually. -Michael Garrett (Matt Garret's dad)

Michael Garret

Hello Hurdle Family!! Just a small testimony. My son, Cauri aka Diggy, started hurdling last year around June at 11 yrs old. He was 4 stepping then and jumping the hurdles, finishing #32 in USATF Jr. Olympics with a 14.0. That's with minimal training because at that time I didnt know much and didn't have much time. So this year I said that I would take it upon myself to learn as much as I can and teach him myself. So I ran across Coach Hector Cotto online. I listened to him and watched his videos and was sold. I purchased (investment) his Beginner Hurdles Courses and followed them to a T! I began training my son and would send videos to Coach Cotto who would critique my son and send back what he needs to correct as well as what he is doing well. He was always available and that made so much of a difference. Coach Cotto's training philosophy has transformed my son into one of the top hurdlers in the Nation!! Began 3 stepping within the first week and PB is 12.74. That was him running by himself as you have seen in my video. The lessons were easy to follow and produced quick results. I recommend anyone, who has a child or kids that you coach in hurdles, to check out Coach Cotto's Hurdle courses. This was one of the best investments I have made!! My son was able to train with Coach Cotto today in person in Raleigh, NC and got in some great work before competition later this week. One of the most humble guys I have met. Thanks Coach!! Diggy had a great practice and was excited to work with you and I have some hurdle wisdom to take back to Louisiana.

Carlos Hughes

I have been coaching high school track and field for 42 years. I have given quite a few clinics on hurdling, also. The one area of hurdling that I have had the most trouble coaching throughout my career is teaching “the average hurdler” how to 3-step. After moving the hurdles in then out for my athletes, I often felt that I got to a certain point when only my best athletes succeeded at 3-stepping. I feel that most clinicians and coaches who speak and write about hurdling stay away from 3-stepping.
Well, Coach Cotto has created the most comprehensive program on teaching hurdlers to succeed at 3-stepping and becoming the best possible hurdlers possible. By comprehensive, I mean that I have learned that there is more than just moving hurdles in and out and hope your hurdlers learn how to 3-step; Coach Cotto’s drills and techniques work.
I literally used “everything” that Coach Cotto has put together this past outdoor season, and my athletes had more fun hurdling than ever before.
Any coach (novice or veteran) who has to teach hurdles should go to “Sprinthurdles.com” and use Coach Cotto’s materials. I can’t wait to use his “Advanced Training” techniques next season. Everything I have purchased has been well worth the price (which, in reality, is not very expensive!)
Coach Cotto is a master teacher and writer, and his hurdling program has breathed “new life” into the way I coach my hurdlers.
Thank you Coach Cotto!

Ed Garrisson

As a 30 year educator, I can say with much confidence that Coach Steve McGill, is a “breath of fresh air” as a hurdles teacher/coach!“Coach Steve” is an excellent teacher/coach of the hurdles for my daughter Michaela. He teaches with such knowledge and experience of the hurdles. His passion and his encouragement that he shares with my daughter has motivated her to use her God-given gift of hurdling to work hopefully, towards a college scholarship!My wife and I respect Coach McGill very much as a teacher/coach! He is what I think of when someone describes a “great coach!” He is an amazing teacher of the sport and worth the effort to travel to receive his coaching!

Michael and Michelle Hayes

"Coach Steve McGill is one of the best hurdle coaches in the country. He consistently preaches the importance of being a technically sound hurdler from start to finish. In two year's of attending his camps my son went from having bad form to being ranked as one of the top hurdlers in the nation."

Lonnie Brockman