Video analysis of hurdles requires a great camera, the use of Dartfish or robust video analysis software, and a good checklist of what to look for. I am not a fan of nitpicking and getting into take off mechanics with breakdown. The best way to see mechanical improvement is to see the results of the take off and focus on gross changes. I have seen an athlete go from 10.45 to 10.06 and only see 1%
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