There’s a couple things to keep in mind:
*You need to establish enough consistency, regularity and repeatability for the first half of the run to get you close enough to the board (around the midpoint) in a position and speed where any steering will be minor adjustments.
*Steering should be gaze directed…do it by tracking with your eyes not by dropping the head down.
*Better people will make adjustments from further out so that the adjustments don’t affect takeoff velocity.
*We did some interesting things to improve Nick’s steering. Varied approach lengths within a given step protocol by +/- 1 foot; randomized approach step length protocol in a given practice; gradually extended approach length over the course of training as a means of overload; etc.