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The height of jump - I will test them on how high they can jump before and after training. To improve the heights of jump do all exercises.

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Introduction

I am going to test 3 people at the high jump. I will test them on the 4 main stages of the high jump, which are the J shape approach run, the take off, the flight and the landing. I will test them at the beginning before I have trained them and at the end after I have trained them. However because each person is at a different standard and can do different parts of the jump better than others for example if Alex is good at the approach but bad at the flight he will need to be trained more for the flight than the approach so obviously I will have to devise a separate training program for each person. I have also created a checklist for each person at the beginning and end, which I will tick if they have achieved it. Tests The height of jump- I will test them on how high they can jump before and after training. To improve the heights of jump do all exercises. The approach run - I will be teaching them the J approach. I will be testing them on their speed in to the jump and the angle that they come in to the bar. The best training to improve these are the sprinting and the 3 steps exercises The take off - I will be testing them on the plant of their foot, the drive of their leg and on the height that they get in the air. ...read more.

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Nick has a lack of flexibility in his back as you can see from the pictures he does not arch his back over the bar and he does not flick his legs over the bar well like the other picture to improve this he should do more standing jumps. Nicks landing is quit good but he tends to turn and land on to his side this isn't a major problem and this can be improved by doing standing jumps to improve the landing. Nick's Checklist before Does he approach the jump with good speed? Yes No Does he approach the jump at a 45-degree angle? Yes No Does he crouch just before he plants his take off foot? Yes No Does he plant his foot in the correct position? Yes No Does he drive is leg up? Yes No Does he arch his back? Yes No Does he flick his legs over the bar well? Yes No Does he land with a flat back? Yes No Nick's 4-week training program Week 1 Week 2 Week 3 Week 4 Monday Sprinting Sprinting Sprinting Sprinting Tuesday Standing jump Standing jump Standing jump Standing jump Wednesday Rest Rest Rest Rest Thursday Sprinting Sprinting Sprinting Sprinting Friday 3 strides 3 strides 3 strides 3 strides Saturday Rest Rest Rest Rest Sunday Standing jump Standing jump Standing jump Standing jump This training program is made just for nick he has more sprinting and more standing jumps than the 3 strides because the final part of the approach and the beginning of the jump is good but ...read more.

Conclusion

Adam's flexibility in his back is not so good as you can see from the pictures he doesn't arch his back over the bar very well or flick his legs over the bar well like the other picture to improve this he needs to do more standing jumps exercises Adam's landing is very good he land on the flat part of the back, which is near enough perfect. Adam's Checklist before Does he approach the jump with good speed? Yes No Does he approach the jump at a 45-degree angle? Yes No Does he crouch just before he plants his take off foot? Yes No Does he plant his foot in the correct position? Yes No Does he drive is leg up? Yes No Does he arch his back? Yes No Does he flick his legs over the bar well? Yes No Does he land with a flat back? Yes No Adams's 4-week training program Week 1 Week 2 Week 3 Week 4 Monday Standing jump Standing jump Standing jump Standing jump Tuesday 3 strides 3 strides 3 strides 3 strides Wednesday Rest Rest Rest Rest Thursday Standing jump Standing jump Standing jump Standing jump Friday Sprinting Sprinting Sprinting Sprinting Saturday Standing jump Standing jump Standing jump Standing jump Sunday Rest Rest Rest Rest This training program is made just for Adam he has more standing jumps than the 3 strides and sprinting because his speed and everything else is fine but his flight stage needs to be improved so this program should be suitable to get the best results from Adam. By Gary Harrison ...read more.

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