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Ken Brauman was the 2012 US Olympic Team Head Manager and you can learn horizontal jump drills from him in this series of plyometric jumps requiring little or no equipment. These drills are a must for those who are looking for some basic plyometric drills that show the drill in detail and explain how and why to do them.
Drill 1: The first drill is called continuous hopping and requires the athlete to hop a set distance on a single leg. This drill is shown using the takeoff leg only but could easily be expanded to both legs to develop balance and coordination.
Drill 2: The second drill is a common warm up bounding drill. The plus here is that we see video and hear commentary describing ideal athlete leg and arm position during the drill.
Drill 3: The sequence is finished with the alternate triple jump drill where the first two drills are combined to produce a dynamic coordination drill that could be used for not only jumpers but with all athletes in your program.
Gain more insight and an additional video clip from, “High School Coach’s Blueprint for Success: Horizontal Jumps.” Discover other great Long Jump & Triple Jump videos apart of our large Track & Field collection!
Kansas State Head Track & Field Coach, Cliff Rovelto, has his athlete demonstrate a max velocity exercise called the ‘Drum Drill.’ This will help your athletes achieve a specific stride frequency and work on a stride length that will lower your times.
World class strength & conditioning coach, Tim McClellan, guides you through a variety of sprint mechanics drills. These are excellent progressions to work on the technical aspect of creating more force in your legs.
For the B-Skips it is important to get your foot under your hips and to lift your knee and foot up to waist height.
Gain more insight and an additional video clip from, “Speed, Agility, and Quickness: Comprehensive Drills and Conditioning for Athletes.” Discover other great Speed Development videos apart of our large Track & Field collection!
With over 35 years of throws coaching experience, Bill Godina, knows how to perfect your throwers rotational shot put. See demonstration of the ‘South African Drill’ to learn the factors of great wheel technique and generating power forward into the throw.
Make sure that your first step into the wheel portion of the throw is quick and the full motion of the wheel is tight.
Many are familiar with lower body lifts such as the deep squat, lunge walk, and squat jump but it is easy to forget the reasons for doing each drill. Former Olympic jump coach, Irving Schexnayder, explains in-depth what he calls the lower body “full range of motion” exercises.
This sequence would benefit the track coach seeking to maximize their weight room time as well as any coach looking to develop power in their athletes.
Gain more insight and an additional video clip from, Speed and Power Drills for the Horizontal Jumps. Discover other great Long Jump and Triple Jump videos apart of our large Track & Field collection!