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Letter from the Editor, October 2015

Letter from the Editor, October 2015 Okay readers, so here we are with another issue of The Hurdle Magazine. This month’s issue has a heavy focus on fall training, as seasonal appropriate material is always the most beneficial to coaches and athletes alike. In “Hurdling in the Off-season,” I discuss the benefits of hurdling in...

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Hurdling in the Off Season

Hurdling in the Off-Season One question that comes up this time of year is how much hurdling should a hurdler be doing in his or her training. If you’re talking the sprint hurdles (110/100m), I would say the answer is twice a week for full-blown hurdle workouts, and that hurdling drills should be included at...

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Quick or Fast?

Quick or Fast? In another article for this month’s issue, “Hurdling in the Off-season,” I point out the value of a quick-step workout that I have my hurdlers do in the off-season. In this article, I want to discuss in further detail the advantages of including quickness work in the off-season, but how it can...

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Quick-Step Variation Workout

Workout: Quick Step Variation for Beginners This month’s workout is a good fall workout for beginning hurdlers. It’s a variation of the quick-step workout that I have my hurdlers do in the fall. The basics of it, as described in this month’s article entitled “Hurdling in the Off-season,” are as follows: ...Want to read the...

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The Poetry of Hurdling

The Poetry of Hurdling A lot of people refer to graceful running, and hurdling in particular, as "poetry in motion." That phrase has been used often enough that it has become cliché. But I would argue that it has more relevance than is readily apparent. As a high school English teacher over the past twenty...

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A Hurdler’s Mindset

A Hurdler's Mindset by Thomas Le The hurdle races are so volatile that it’s so easy to make mistakes. It’s always a mystery to see who will come out the victor. On race day, the atmosphere can get pretty tense as only one chance is given, so pressure is at its highest. But sometimes we...

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2015: A Year in Review (Part One)

2015: A Year in Review (Part One) This article will take a look back at the 2015 outdoor season for the sprint hurdling events, with a focus on the World Championships that took place in Beijing in August. It was an exciting year in the hurdles, with a lot of new faces taking on old...

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