2018: A Year in Review


2018 was a wonderful year for my family. We celebrated my youngest daughters first birthday, my wife got a nice promotion, and the Sprinter’s Compendium went over 1000 copies sold. Personally, my team(s) have continued our traditions qualifying and placing at the state championship. In 2018 I hit the age of 40 and got a chance to travel from the mountains of Wyoming to the Atlantic Ocean with my family. It was a nice personal adventure that has given me a chance to reflect on how far I have come along with how lucky I am to have a supportive family and friends. Thanks again to all of you who have retweeted, commented, shared, review, and contacted me directly your support over the years. It is appreciated more than I can express in words. Moving forward to 2019 I am excited to be speaking around the United States and finishing my masters in positive performance psychology.

As per tradition, I have done my best to put all of my writing, videos, and presentations into one location as a digital wrap up for 2018.

ITCCCA 2019 Clinic


Central California Clinic


Speed Podcast

A New Coaches Guide to Developing a Training Plan 2018 MTCCCA Clinic -Ryan Banta

World Speed Summit 6

MTCCCA 2011-2018 Presentations


Zoom POP: Are you losing Sleep Over Sleep

Build Better Athletes A-Z


Life, Love, Speed

Lessons Learned from Track & Field Legends


Track & Field Planner Review: Sprinter’s Compendium


ZoomPOP Speed: How do we make people faster

40 Thoughts in 40 Years

Zoom POP: What is the Role of Social Media in Performance, Fitness and Rehabilitation

CVASPS Episode 146-Ryan Banta, Parkway Central High School- Athlete Dependent Training Take Patience


Zoom POP: Creating a High Performance Team

Wisdom from a Man who Feeds Cats

Zoom POP: Professionalism in Strength and Conditioning

Coaching, Culture, and Masters.  

Ryan Banta – Commonalities Between Elite Speed Practitioners

Back to the Basics of Speed

Altis Essentials (team culture)

Altis Podcast


Ryan Banta

Ryan Banta

Ryan is a successful high school coach. His athletes have achieved 76 school records, 2 top four finishes at the state championships, 3 district championships, 107 state semi-finalist (sectionals), 63 state qualifiers, 2 state records (3200 and 4x800), 14 national ranked events, 34 all state performances, 8 state champions, 7 runner up performances, and 2 Gatorade athletes of the year. Ryan is a USATF level II coach in the sprints, hurdles, relays, and endurance and recently earned a USTFCCCA track and field technical coaching certification.
Ryan Banta


Dad, Husband, Teacher, & Track & Field Coach. Author of Sprinter's Compendium https://t.co/8gOzOSvdEh. Contributor @speedendurance @simplifaster
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