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Letter from the Editor, November 2016

Letter from the Editor, November 2016
Letter from the Editor, November 2016 Hello readers, and welcome to the November 2016 edition of The Hurdle Magazine. This issue features a smorgasbord of articles, as I tried to cover topics that are on people’s mind as we head toward a new indoor season. This month’s workout, “Hurdle/Sprint Workout,” is designed for the 100/110...

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Hurdle/Sprint Workout

Hurdle/Sprint Workout
Hurdle/Sprint Workout Workout: 3 sets of 4x80m sprints. Start at 110 meter start line (males) or 100 meter start line (girls). From a standing or 3-point start (if weather is too cold for a block start) or a from a block start (if training indoors or in warm weather), sprint over the first hurdle then...

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Learning to Deal with Losing

Learning to Deal with Losing
Learning to Deal with Losing One of the most difficult adjustments hurdlers often have to make when they move up a level (besides a raise in the height of the hurdles) is the fact that the competition is much tougher and wins don’t come as frequently as they used to. A lot of times, the...

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Practicing the Curve

Practicing the Curve
Practicing the Curve In the 400 meter hurdles, and, to a lesser degree, the 300 meter hurdles, negotiating the hurdles on the curve can be quite a chore. Somewhere on the curve (hurdles 6-8 for the 400m hurdler, hurdles 4-5 for the 300m hurdler) is usually where big mistakes in rhythm occur, due to the...

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Life after the Fall

Life after the Fall
Life after the Fall A lot of times, injuries for hurdlers can be quite calamitous, especially if they occur as the result of a major fall. Fear of the obstacle – which may have not even existed before – may suddenly move to the forefront of one’s consciousness. While all hurdlers know that there are...

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The Second Step

The Second Step
The Second Step In the constant search for ways to improve time in the 100/110m hurdles, it becomes important to look at aspects of the race that are easy to take for granted. One of these aspects would be the specific role that each step between the hurdles plays, and figuring out how to gain...

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2006 World Cup

2006 World Cup
2006 World Cup One new thing I’ll start doing in this magazine is taking a look back at some of the more riveting races that have taken place in the hurdling events over the years. I’m going to start with a race that I rank as one of my favorite of all-time, the 2006 World...

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