Is there a correlation between the two, like some sort of percentage?
what are average/good/excellent/world class standing LJ standards?
Correlation between LJ and standing LJ
by personal best in long jump is 6.45 and i do a standing long jump of 2.90ish even though i test for it rarely…
the main contributer in a good long jump is not necessarily the explosive standing power of the standing long jump but rather the SPEED of the approach.
Kebba Tolbert on July 7, 2003 at 4:31 am #20913
correlation is not very high… it can an indicator of power or overtraining, however.
Mike Young on July 22, 2003 at 4:39 am #20914
I have a chart based on Eastern Block research for a triple jumper that says the correlation of coefficient expressed as a percentage between a standing long jump and a long jump is 38, 48, and 34 respectively for jumpers of the following calibers 13.50-14.49; 14.50-15.49; and 15.50-16.70m.
fasttwitch on July 22, 2003 at 5:12 am #20915
I was looking at some info on the ratios between the phases of tripple, and I've found the following.
I've read that the ideal ratio is 35:30:35, but that is far from set in stone. It's pretty hard to be that specific for tripple jump what with the contrast in styles and body types of competitors. Christian Olsson's 17.70m jump from the indoor championships in Birmingham is proof enough of that. A breakdown of his jump reads: 1st phase-5.91(33.4%), 2nd phase-5.51(31.1%), third phase-(6.28 35.5). If someone who jumps 17.7 cannot acheive this perfect ratio, then it is certainly not a prerequisite for upcoming jumpers, though it doesn't hurt to aim for it.
2.90's pretty good.I jump a little under that at around 2.70. A little fact to make us both feel bad: the standing long jump WR is up around 3.75m!
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