This is a start over three hurdles. The athlete should take off far enough away from the hurdle minimize flight time, the goal is to be back on the ground as soon as possible. Next, look for rhythm in between the hurdles. Sprint in between each hurdle instead of galloping. The rhythm should be sprint-sprint-sprint all the way through. Teach the athlete that sprinting is hurdling.

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