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This is a full approach jump using an 8 step approach, a drill used in the high jump. The athlete should focus on three priorities in the following order. First, consistent quality rhythm in the approach with proper initiation of the curve. The approach is 90 percent of the jump....Read more >
This movement is the dumbbell bench supported row. This is a great movement to train the middle back, biceps, and core, while limiting stress on the lower back. To perform the movement, the athlete should place a hand and knee on the same side of the body on a bench...Read more >
Here is how to develop a simple full approach javelin throw. The athlete is taking one step away from the foul line on the front of the javelin apron. Then the athlete is going to do a simple five-five approach. Five steps running forward and five crossovers. Focus on rhythm...Read more >
This movement is the paloff press, and will improve hip and torso stability by having the athlete resist rotation. The athlete should set the cable attachment at shoulder width, and stand 2-3 feet away from the attachment, and pull the cable out to the middle of the chest as a...Read more >
This is a basic hurdle wall drill with a right leg lead. Teach all hurdlers to use both legs in all drills. The athlete will step over the knock down hurdle in front, leaning in and leading with the knee. The knocked down hurdle can be replaced with a box...Read more >