The trail leg drag drill teaches the athlete to keep the foot directly behind the right knee. The front notch of the hurdle is one notch higher than the back of the hurdle. Sliding the foot along the top of the hurdle forces dynamic flexibility of the hip promoting a tight trail leg.

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The trail leg drag drill teaches the athlete to keep the left foot directly behind the left knee. The front notch of the hurdle is one notch higher than the back of the hurdle. Sliding the foot along the top of the hurdle forces the knee to the armpit and dynamic flexibility of the hip promoting a tight trail leg.

Click here for hurdle training plans for athletes and coaches of all ages and skill levels in track and field, built by world class and professional coaches.

Track and field training plans for athletes and coaches of all ages and skill levels.

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