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Letter from the Editor, November 2014

Letter from the Editor  Welcome readers to the November 2014 issue of The Hurdle Magazine. We hope this issue finds you well as we head into the holiday season of Thanksgiving. We also hope that you will find some time this holiday to rest up a bit and relax with people you love. Our November...

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Men’s 400m Hurdles: A Down Year

Men's 400m Hurdles: A Down Year Well there are down years and then there are down years. In the men's 400 meter hurdles, 2014 was definitely the down-est of down years. In other events, the lack of a major world championship meet did not mean a lack of some stellar performances and outstanding seasons. As...

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Juicing: The Basics

Juicing: The Basics by Keare Smith In August 2013 I began working at One Lucky Duck, one of the most interesting and amazing establishments in New York City. One of the premier juice bars in the city, One Lucky Duck has quite the reputation amongst the city dwellers and tourists. Prior to working at One...

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Uphill Sprint Workout

Uphill Sprint Workout This workout is designed to be a strength/conditioning workout for 100/110m hurdlers. ...Want to read the rest? Subscribe Now!

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Hurdle Fail Videos

Hurdle Fail Videos The internet has given us access to hurdling-related videos to the point where it's quite possible to coach yourself off of YouTube. You can watch race footage of past greats going back as far as Harrison Dillard in 1948, and all the way up to modern stars who just competed yesterday. You...

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Using Cones for Beginning Hurdlers

Using Cones for Beginning Hurdlers In the September 2013 issue of The Hurdle Magazine, the workout involved running 110/100 meter sprints, placing cones at the hurdle marks, and having the hurdler maintain the race rhythm between the cones while still trying to hit the target times. That workout was designed for faster hurdlers who don't...

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Seven Steps to Hurdle Heaven, Step Five

Seven Steps to Hurdle Heaven Step Five: Hurdler as Artist  “You can’t separate the means that a great man uses to says something from what he ultimately says. Technique is not separated from its content in a great artist." –Cecil Taylor Once you've graduated from Level Four, once a love for the thing itself has become...

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November Instructional Video

The October video in the magazine featured McGill leading you through three drills designed to help with explosiveness in the high hurdles. In this month's instructional video, McGill will lead you through a Quick Step Workout as an off-season workout. ...Want to read the rest? Subscribe Now!

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