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Track and Field Hurdle Example #shorts



Published June 11, 2023, 4:20 a.m. by Jerald Waisoki


Here are the steps on how to go over a hurdle in track and field:

Approach the hurdle at a 10-12 degree angle.

Keep your upper body lean forward and your eyes focused on the hurdle.

As you approach the hurdle, swing your lead leg forward and up.

At the same time, swing your trail leg back.

As your lead leg passes over the hurdle, snap your trail leg down and extend it forward.

Land on your lead leg with your trail leg extended behind you.

Immediately drive off your lead leg and continue running.

Here are some common mistakes to avoid when going over a hurdle:

Don't look down at the hurdle. This will throw off your balance and make it more difficult to clear the hurdle.

Don't lean back too far. This will cause you to lose momentum and make it more difficult to clear the hurdle.

Don't swing your trail leg too high. This will cause you to lose balance and make it more difficult to clear the hurdle.

Don't land with your knees locked. This will cause you to lose momentum and make it more difficult to continue running.

With practice, you will be able to go over a hurdle smoothly and efficiently.

Here are some additional tips for hurdling:

Practice regularly. The more you practice, the better you will become at hurdling.

Get feedback from a coach or experienced hurdler. They can help you identify and correct any flaws in your technique.

Stay relaxed. Hurdling is a physically demanding sport, so it is important to stay relaxed and focused.

Trust your instincts. As you become more experienced, you will develop a natural sense of how to hurdle.

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