Last year I had a So (HS) hurdler represented in the thread “Heading into Regionals.” She’s a Jr this year, and she’s focused on breaking the school record in the 300m hurdles. She ended last season with a PR that left her just 8 tenths off the record (48.8).
I’ve taken more control of her training this season, and I’ve replaced some distance work that she was doing last season with some plyo and sprint work.
I would love some feedback concerning verbal cues for hurdlers. What are some of the experienced coaches favorite ways to communicate good form and technique verbally to the athlete? For instance, how do you describe verbally what the lead leg should do after clearing the hurdle?
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