High Jump Technique and Training

High Jump Technique and Training

High Jump Technique and Training

 

At the 1968 Mexico Olympics, sprints and jumps were on stage. The predominance of the United States sprint was demonstrated by world records and medals. Bob Beamon (United States) has jumped much more than the 28 and 29 feet. Dick Fosbury (USA) has also drawn attention to the performance of his medal. He took off in high jump, with his back to the bar and landed on his back. While others claim to have used this style in the early 1960’s, their name is permanently tied to the Fosbury Flop. Next, we will distribute the key elements of the jump and put into practice training plans for several different weeks.
The jump includes an approach that contains a linear transition to a curve. It has a similar takeoff in the long jump, using a penultimate stage and a takeoff. Finally, it has distances between bars and landing in the mouth. Let’s start with a closer look at the approach.
focus

To keep the focus simple let’s discuss this with 5 steps to the right and 5 steps on the curve, including the penultimate and outside steps. Most athletes will take their first step with the same leg they are removed. The training phase will be two stages. Athletes should move to a vertical shift position for the third step. The athlete will continue to accelerate in a straight line until he reaches the fifth step. Be aware of deviations from the outside, the decrease of the athlete. Athletes will also tend to decrease as the transition to the tower approaches. The athlete must have two measures for his approach, parallel to the pit (between 8′-14 ‘depending on the speed) of the internal standard and the other directly on the platform from that point.
The transition to the curve should be a mixture of running in a straight line to an athletic track while still accelerating. To run on a curve, each successive step must be in front of the previous one. Also, the takeoff and the final steps should also be in the change. The start of the lap in the fifth stage takes place in the back. Instead of continuing to push directly behind the athlete is going to push out. This action will begin to rotate the body to the standard distance. The next step will be the ground in the corner opposite the previous step. The poor results of the contact with the ground and the continuous acceleration. It will be a whole body supported ankle. The inner shoulder is lower than the outer shoulders will line up at the hips. The typical mistakes in this part of the approach is the “soccer” model where the athlete plants the foot off and directly cut double track way to the bar. Athletes also tend to lean toward the bar in the penultimate and out of the way. Here are some exercises to help both sides of the approach.
Approach drills

All acceleration work described in the length jump should be made for height jumpers. After athletes grasp the idea of pushing, they have to learn to get up earlier in the beginning. This is similar to the difference at the beginning of 100 m, and the start of the obstacle 110 or 100; There is less time to grow.
good start
Run only the first five steps with and without the transition
Race 3 point
If you have access to a basketball court, run the three-point line. The focus is on the outward push and the single foot contact. The options are to run the whole line or outside (pop-up) at the top (where the shots are taken).
Circle Run Gold Leaps
These can be done anywhere and any diameter of the circle. Try to increase the speed in the approach. Focus on the push out and the performance of a single track. Run and jump circle 2-3 times. We can do them with take-offs (pop-ups) like
Lines with Circles
Have the athlete run in a straight line (like the linear part of the approach), and run 2-3 circles. This is a good exercise to connect the two parts and can be removed from the pit

The High Jump Approach

The High Jump Approach The jump approach is the most important aspect of the whole event. It must be practiced hundreds of times each season to ensure the correct

The High Jump Approach

 

The jump approach is the most important aspect of the whole event. It must be practiced hundreds of times each season to ensure the correct technique and correct positioning for take-off.
The athlete must establish his steps and be able to accurately measure these steps for total accuracy throughout the season.
The approach implies a gradual J to crossbar jump. This approach allows J:
1) More horizontal speed
2) the ability to spin in the air (centripetal force)
3) Place the athlete in a good position for takeoff
4) is easy to teach
The focus should be a gradual acceleration that is neither a speed race nor a run, but rather a strictly controlled sprain. The focus should be between 8-12 where the athlete does not work with a form of high inflatable gazelle stroke. Emphasis should be on a good engineering career. The athlete should focus on the transition to the phase of the focus curve. This part is where many big jumps are missed. The athlete should ensure that they are based on the ankles, not the hips. They should also make sure they do not come off the curve, but putting one foot in front of the other. Many runners are former players of basketball or soccer players, these athletes have the habit of “cutting” inside or outside. Make sure they are on this curve.
Often, athletes do not want to practice approaches that just want to jump. Remember that you can not switch to the flight path once the ground comes out so the approach is perfect.

CAROLINE THE MAN TO BEAT AS BRITISH F4 HEADS TO CROFT

CAROLINE

CAROLINE THE MAN TO BEAT AS BRITISH F4 HEADS TO CROFT

 

The FIA British F4 Championship – powered by Ford EcoBoost heads to Croft and is the familiar face of Jamie Caroline the top of the standings. Actor Carlin recorded victory number eight of the season three weeks ago, which equates to the record 2015 Champion Lando Norris in the FIA certified series. Carolina will allow us to advance in at least one better in North Yorkshire. However, he faces an even tougher test this weekend; The use of a ten-place penalty in the first race after a track incident at Oulton Park.

The race winner Carolina was interrupted by Oscar Piastri TRS Arden. The Australian is the closest challenger to Carolina in the championship and will seek to make more ground before the summer break. Piastri’s victory came after an exciting duel with Logan Sargeant Carlin, whose campaign is gaining momentum and produces the kind of performances promised by his preseason pace.

In a two-day test at Croft there is a little over two weeks, Sargeant set the fastest time. Meanwhile, team-mate Patrik Pasma was consistently among the top three on day two and sees a real threat to the podium. Double R were the protagonists of the first day. Karl Massaad dominated the morning session and Linus Lundqvist set the pace for the afternoon. Not surprisingly, since the team has been fast throughout the season and was in this same track where his fortune were returned in 2016, setting records for qualifying and victory on the way to victory.

Hampus Ericsson is back with Fortec Motorsport who made its debut there two months, eliminating excellent results that deny its relative lack of experience. The participant Ford F4 Challenge Cup will be joined by Harry Webb Richardson Racing, who doubled with class victories at Oulton Park, after being pushed by class leader Oliver York (Fortec).

A new addition to the field and the Challenge Cup is Olli Caldwell, TRS Arden, who will become the youngest in British racing driver F4, celebrating his 15th birthday on Sunday. The completion of Banbury Quartet Alex Quinn and Ayrton Simmons. This is one of the four winners of the race this season, while the first is looking for his first 2017.

Daniel Cao (Double R) scored a valuable point having been involved in a frantic battle last time, including Jamie Sharp (sharp Motorsport) and Jacky Liu (GW Motorsport). Another point scorer was Lucas Alecco Roy (Carlin). Expect many fireworks drivers in their attempt to finish in the top ten.

LUNDQVIST MASTERS THE RAIN TO WIN AT CROFT

LUNDQVIST MASTERS THE RAIN TO WIN AT CROFT

LUNDQVIST MASTERS THE RAIN TO WIN AT CROFT

 

Milton Keynes, United Kingdom se – Linus Lundqvist has converted pole to victory at Croft in the 13th round of the FIA British F4 Championship – run by Ford EcoBoost. Ace Double R has been in good shape this weekend, beating all sessions until the first race and he properly returned to take his second win of the campaign. A perfect break in slippery conditions and a great first lap immediately saw building a space of more than two seconds but was suppressed because his teammate Karl Massaad had a stop at the Tower that launched the car safety. Lundqvist was impeccable once again during the restart and walked away in the distance. The Swede scored the fastest lap and built a gap of almost seven seconds when the checkered flag fell. “First of all, we have to say a big thanks to Double R for a phenomenal car,” said Lundqvist. “The car feels so dry and wet. I love this circuit.” I felt very safe in the race and I knew they were fast. I concentrated on the continuous construction of space, increasing in turn to flee. I found a rhythm and I stayed. “I do not want to retire too much because it was important to keep the heat on the tires, otherwise I could come in vulnerable to the guys behind.” Added the director of the racing team Matt Double R Willet: “Although Linus incredibly takes this weekend The fastest in every session, wet or dry he did a great job, since all team members. “We believe that Croft has been nailed in terms of car configuration and for today’s race, we worked hard to make sure it was properly compounded for the conditions. “We’ve had some bad luck at the beginning of the year, but we put it behind us and now back and forth.” Behind Lundqvist, one can find the first startier the avant-garde Oscar Piastri that despite significant pressure since the quick start Logan Sargeant could keep colleagues F4 UAE honored. He made his sixth trip to the podium this season. Most of the drivers minus the championship leader Jamie Caroline who finished behind Sargeant fourth. “I think Logan had the best start of our three in front,” Piastri said. “I tried to go inside, but there was not much space, so I ventured outside and that’s how I managed to stay in second place after the trade opened.” Logan stayed close to the queue for the Rest of the race but I was satisfied with my performance in order to keep him behind because he was one of the fastest this weekend. “The target is top three in all races, constantly claiming podiums and points to help me fight for the title.” “It was really fun out there,” said the sergeant. “I had a mega start and I managed to talk to Lundqvist, but I underestimated how much grip I had. I might have gotten the second one if I pushed a little more, but I bring the third house and a lot of points.” That my game accelerated with the last podiums, but I have to go one step further to win races. I know he’s coming. I have all the support I need from an excellent team around me. “Carolina has made six places in the first lap of 12th place on the grid, having been downgraded ten places due to his penalty at Oulton Park. Carlin star then passed Alex Quinn and Harry Webb after the Safety to complete the damage control unit TRS Arden’s duo Quinn and Ayrton Simmons finally took the best of Harry Webb who made an early storm, killing four places from the ninth position of the grid on his way to his third win Ford F4 Challenge Cup of the season.Richardson Racing driver is in the wet conditions, refining the restart to take Quinn in the starting line and pass the first round.But Webb was later thrown in the race in the Chicane, losing momentum in navigating the grass. Allowed Caroline Quinn and sail in passing, while Simmons took his tyrant opportunity t a good move around the Outside the Webb tower. Patrik Pasma continued his fine race score to bring his Carlin ready for the eighth before Oliver York (Fortec Motorsport) and Jamie Sharp, who scored another milestone for Sharp Motorsport. An even more impressive feat considering that he missed the free practice on Friday due to a GCSE exam

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