This is a full approach triple jump run through, trying to make sure that the athlete is in the correct spot and distance on the runway. The athlete here is 12 steps in their full approach. The number of steps in the full approach varies depending on the age and strength level of the athlete. Remember in the triple jump that there should be a maximum controllable speed. Some athletes may only use 10 steps or 8 steps in their full approaches for a very young athlete. More advanced athletes may use a 12 or 14 or 16 step full approach.

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