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Winter-Coaching Series 2017 - Day 5 - High Jump Report

High Jump Report from Day 5 of Cork Athletics Winter Coaching Series 2017

By Martin O'Sullivan, High Jump Coach

CIT Track

Saturday November 25th 2017

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Day 5 Report by Martin O'Sullivan


It was a very, very cold afternoon at CIT so well done to all who attended today, the 5th day of the Cork Athletics winter Coaching Series.

In 2 weeks time it will be our last session so the plan would be to have a quick summary on what we have done over the last five sessions, and ending with a jumping competition, hopefully we will see some targets being hit.

See updated tracker (below). Again, please note that this is open to all athletics on the day, so feel free to come on down and get a jump in.

Looking forward to meeting you all again in two weeks time, on Saturday December 9th. Please spread the word to any more high jumpers out there who might be interested.

Thanks also to all those parents who helped out. Very much appreciated
Regards Martin.


 
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Key points from Saturday's session:

- Mat exercises with landing drills & bar clearance.
- More work done on the plant foot, i.e. getting that plant foot in the correct place.
- Take off drills using hands and legs.
- Running drills for proper curve and lean.
- Key drills to do at home to improve / maintain technique.

 

Checklist

1.    Spikes.
2.    Spare pair of socks. (Needed afterwards.)
3.    Leggings. (Keep those legs warm between jumps. )
4.    Blanket. (May be easier to use then leggings..)
5.    Warm top. (Keep warm between jumps. )
6.    Gloves & Hat.
7.    Know your Mark and marking tape.
8.    Club singlet & black shorts. (If doing event. )
9.    Measuring tape. (Optional.)
10.    Foam roller. (Optional.)
11.    Umbrella. (Always good while waiting on a rainy track)
12.    Warm up plan for the day.
13.    Snack & Water.
14.    Towel.
15.    A total change of Kit may be necessary, depending on the weather.

 

 

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