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2x ACC Women’s Coach of the Year at Clemson University, Lawrence Johnson, provides you with tips on a lead leg and a trail leg drill for you and your athletes. These are great exercises for coaches to critique their hurdlers, and for the hurdlers to become more advanced.
Work on these drills after the athletes have had the chance to warm up and stretch.
See how you can learn an excellent pit drill from Lanphier (IL) High School Track Coach, Mike Garcia. This exercise will allow you to work on your timing and your upward movement at the start of the jump.
Your athletes may hit the bar more than usual because they are not generating any speed from their run up. It is not necessary for beginners to perform this drill with a bar.
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In 2012, Mark Brady coached his team to a 5-A State Championship in Texas and has some great advice to offer your sprinters on their starts. It is important to be in a push position in the blocks and then rise to the vertical position after they start.
See how to develop great strength to remain in the starting push position longer throughout the beginning of the race.
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Former LSU Assistant Track & Field Coach, Irving “Boo” Schexnayder presents multiple activities that make up the Pluto Jump Series. This is a conservative vertical bounding series that will help your athletes increase their elastic strength for greater distance in the horizontal jumps.
These drills are great to work on before going on to more advanced jumping exercises.
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An expert in teaching the hurdles, Doug Case, gives you some approach drills to prepare your runners for the first hurdle. This will help your athletes judge the proper distance to jump the initial hurdle.
The “stand up” call will train your athletes to look up and be ready to lift over the first hurdle. Also, it is important to note that a tall hurdler should launch closer to the hurdle than a shorter hurdler.
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