Coach Nate Soelberg, CSAC (National Sports Performance Association)
*100m dash: 10.34 sec (top 60 Americans, MWC Champ)
*60m dash: 6.68 sec (79th in the World and 30th amongst American sprinters)
*Long Jump: 23' 1" (5A State Champ in LJ and 100m)
CLOCKED IN THE 4.1'S IN 40 YARD DASH...CLICK FOR ARTICLE
FROM ARTICLE: "The 2003 MWC sprint champion Nate Soelberg, slated to start at corner, ran a 4.16 in the 40. With three handheld timers, his first effort had others measure it at 4.17 and 4.19. Soelberg has spent the past month in track workouts to defend his conference title and qualify for the NCAAs.
In a race-off with Chris Hale, Mike Morris and Brett Cooper, Soelberg defeated receiver Cody Fonnesback, who ran a high 4.3 coming off ACL surgery last year. Morris, Hale and Cooper all ran 4.4s. Players said seniors timed by NFL scouts posted slower numbers than those timed by skill development coaches.
"Nate was really cooking out there," Kukahiko said."
Native of West Valley City, UT. Currently resides in Lehi, UT with his wife Jessica and their three children Macy, Colt, and Clara. Nate grew up loving sports. He was an All-Star or All-State in the following sports: Basketball, Football, Baseball, Soccer, Volleyball, and Track & Field.
Coach Nate is a Certified Speed & Agility Coach. He has trained thousands of athletes in Speed/Agility for all sports, Football specific, and Track & Field training since graduating from BYU in 2006. Nate has not only studied, become certified and coached the drills and techniques to becoming faster and more athletic, but he has done them himself and competed at world-class levels.
He enjoys seeing the growth and increases in speed and athleticism through hard work, from not only dedicated athletes, but those that may just be beginning athletics and sports. Most of all, he enjoys seeing youth achieve and realize their full potential and becoming better people at home, in sports, and at school.
*Lettered in Football, Basketball, Volleyball, and Track & Field at Granger High School (1996-1999).
*5A State Champion in the 100m and Long Jump (23' 1"). Academic All-State in Track & Field (1999).
*6th place finish in the 60m dash at the Simplot Games in Pocatello, ID (1999).
*Member of Team Utah's 4x100m relay team that finished 2nd at the Great Southwest Prep Invitational (Utah, Arizona, Nevada, New Mexico and west Texas, 1999).
*1st Team All-Region, 2nd Team All-State in Football (RB/Wide Receiver, 1999).
*1st Team All-State in Volleyball.
*Went to BYU as a Wide Receiver, but was asked to switch to Cornerback his Sophomore year and was a 3 year starter (2003-2005). CLICK HERE TO VIEW PROFILE...
*Ran Track at BYU for 4 years in the 60m, 100m, 200m and 4x100m relay (2003-2006). CLICK HERE TO VIEW PROFILE...
*Ranked 79th in the World and 30th amongst American sprinters in the 60m dash with a time of 6.68 seconds (2003).
*MOUNTAIN WEST CONFERENCE CHAMPION in the 100m with a time of 10.34 seconds. Ranked among the top 60 Americans (2003).
*Part of MOUNTAIN WEST CONFERENCE CHAMPION 4x100m relay team (2003,2005). 2nd place (2004).
*Clocked by NFL Scouts between 4.21 and 4.26 sec in the 40 yard dash (2005).CLICK HERE FOR ARTICLE...
*Named to ESPN's All-Mayday Team (2006). CLICK HERE FOR ARTICLE...
*Recipient of the Robbie Bosco Award, given to a member of the team who plays despite injury.
*Top Ten 100m All Time list at BYU (10.34 sec).
*40 Yard Dash record holder at BYU (4.21 sec).
"One of the biggest questions or myths out there in all sports: is it possible to coach or teach athletes how to run faster, move quicker laterally, and be more powerful and agile?
The most fundamental aspect or element of sports is SPEED, and your athletes or teams success depends on it.
I was always the “fast kid” growing up all the way through high school. I was lucky to be naturally fast; lucky enough that it made it possible for me to run track and play football at the collegiate level. But being the “fast kid” could only take me so far when competing against other “fast kids” around the country. I needed coaching and proper technique work to be able to compete at the level I wanted to. I was able to train and teach my body the proper and most efficient way to run and compete at world-class levels.
No matter what your ability is right now, you can be taught mechanics and fundamentals that will help you exceed and be faster, move quicker, and be more explosive. Come train at the Utah Speed Academy and get the advantage!"
- Nate Soelberg