High Jump Made Simple

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High Jump Made Simple

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High Jump Made Simple�is a 53-minute breakdown of the�key fundamentals involved in high jumping.�This coaching course beaks down the four phases of the high jump and points out the common errors that are made with each phase. These coaching videos�also explain what coaches can do to enhance the performance of their high jumpers by detailing a series of proven drills that can be used to enhance the fundamental skills and techniques necessary to compete competitively in high jumping events. Among the topics covered:Dynamic active warm-up drillsWall drillsHurdle-mobility drillsStrength workHigh-jump drillsFour phases of the high jumpCommon errorsDrills with a barPost-stretching and massage1 Intro 1:06 2 Jog on Toes Straight Ahead 0:56 3 Jog on Toes In 0:21 4 Jog on Toes Out Free 0:20 5 Ankle Rolls Free 0:33 6 Pogos 0:32 7 Swims Backward Arms 0:18 8 Snakes Forward 0:31 9 Swims Forward Arms 0:19 10 Knee-Up, Heel-Up, Toe-Up March 0:39 11 Ashfords Backwards 0:39 12 Single Arm "B" Skips 0:42 13 Double Arm "B" Skips 0:20 14 Cross Arm "B" Skips 0:25 15 Clap Jacks Forward and Back 0:43 16 Step Across 0:40 17 Toe Plates 0:29 18 Grouchos 0:00 19 Straight Leg Skipping 0:00 20 Heels to Hamstrings 0:25 21 Heels Up Backwards 0:00 22 Step and Fall 0:53 23 Side Slides 0:00 24 Tight Skirt 0:00 25 Tuck Jumps 0:00 26 3 Flying 30's 0:00 27 3 Falling 30's 0:00 28 3 Standing 30's 0:00 29 Gallops 0:00 30 How to Use These Warm Up Drills 0:00 31 Side to Side 0:00 32 Forward and Back 0:00 33 Figure 8's 0:00 34 Heel "E's" Free 0:00 35 Foot "E's" 0:00 36 Hurdle Hip Circles 0:00 37 Scissors Straight Leg 0:00 38 Scissors Bent Leg 0:00 39 Skipping in Middle of Hurdle 0:00 40 2 Up, 1 Back 0:00 41 Walk Over Backwards 0:00 42 Over Over, Back Back 0:00 43 Lead Leg Over and Under 0:00 44 Zig Zags 0:00 45 Continuous Lead Leg 0:00 46 Sumos Free 0:00 47 Glutes Up 0:00 48 Glutes Fire Hydrant 0:00 49 Russian Leg Lifts 0:00 50 Correct Sit Ups 0:00 51 Supermans 0:00 52 Big Ball Knee Ups 0:00 53 Big Ball Leg Circles 0:00 54 Pop-Ups 0:00 55 About Circle Runs and Circle Gallops 0:00 56 Single Tracking vs. Double Tracking 0:00 57 Circle Runs 0:00 58 Circle Gallops 0:00 59 Consistent Approach Runs 0:00 60 Hand Springs Over and Back 0:00 61 Ramp Down Pops 0:00 62 Ramp Up Pops 0:00 63 Phase I: The Approach 0:00 64 Phase II: Take-Off 0:00 65 Phase III: Bar Clearance 0:00 66 Phase IV: Landing 0:00 67 Common Errors 0:00 68 Kick Offs 0:00 69 Knee Ups 0:00 70 Scissors 0:00 71 3 Step 0:00 72 5 Step 0:00 73 Box High Jumps 0:00 74 5 Step Off the Tramp 0:00 75 Full Approach 0:00 76 Pro Tips 0:00 77 Cleans 0:00 78 Half Squats 0:00 79 Single Leg Squats 0:00 80 ABCs 0:00 81 ABCs with Circles 0:00 82 Good Mornings 0:00 83 Seated Rows 0:00 84 Hamstring Pulls 0:00 85 Calf Raisers 0:00 86 Seated Toe Press 0:00 87 Back Stretching 0:00 88 Stretching 0:00 89 Massage 0:00 90 Conclusion 0:00Bryan Hoddle�is the Past-President of the Washington State Track and Field Coaches Association, the current Washington State high school representative for USATF, a USATF Level I Instructor, and a USATF Level II Coach, specializing in sprints, hurdles, and relays. In 1997, Hoddle received the�Pacific Northwest Track and Field �Contributor of the Year� award. In the summer of 2000, Bryan served as the assistant manager for the World Junior track and field team. He is currently the West Region chairman for high school women�s sprint development. In the early 1980s, Bryan took over a middle school track program of 48 students and built the program to over 300 student/athletes in just three years. He is currently the sprint and hurdle coach at River Ridge (WA) High School�1994 and 1995 state track champions and the head coach for the Northwest Select Track Club. He also serves as the director of the �PEMCO� and the �Best in the West� track and field clinics in Seattle, Washington.

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