This is the February 2014 issue of VAULTER Magazine featuring the High School Edition once again with Reed High School on the front cover and Rick Suhr on the back cover featuring Elite Coaches on a cover. Most sought after print magazine for The Pole VAULTER and pole vaulting fan. Now you have the unfair advantage in pole vault!
This month’s issue is one of the most exciting yet! We can’t wait for you to enjoy the stories that await you.
Bubba Sparks has given us yet another information-filled article to get our competitive spirits going strong. He has written a list of 15 competition strategies that he has proved to be beneficial in his own experience. Anybody looking to gain that competitive edge will benefit from these lessons Bubba has learned and is willing to share with us. Enjoy!
We also have a great article on Edward C. Reed High School in Sparks, Nevada. In this article, Lynn Mentzer has given us a bundle of wonderful information about this top-notch school: including stats on their current vaulters and alumni, the programs and competition in Nevada, and what their athletes have learned from pole vaulting. You won’t want to miss this one. We know you will be amazed by what Reed High has to offer.
What is most exciting about this month’s issue is our article on Rick Suhr. Coach Suhr is the exclusive coach and husband of Olympic Gold Medalist Jenn Suhr. He is a class act and a role model for any coach or athlete out there. Coach Suhr’s dedication to being the best, and his unique training methods have gotten him to the very top and he has shared, in detail, how he was able to achieve all that he has. We can’t be happier with how our talk with him turned out. And, even better, we also opened up the conversation to you (our readers). We added in some great questions that you wanted to ask Coach Suhr and he responded freely. Make sure to savor every bit of this one as you read. It is full of so much information and sound advice.
Thank you again for reading. We always appreciate you joining us each month. This month’s issue will be hard to top, but stay with us as March rolls around for more stories on some wonderful people. Take care.