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Letter from the Editor, January 2018

Letter from the Editor, January 2018
Letter from the Editor, January 2018 Hello readers, and welcome to January 2018 edition of The Hurdle Magazine. Hope everyone's new year is off to a good start. If not, this month's issue of the magazine should definitely help! I had some help once again this month from ace freelance writers Teige West and Melinda...

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Staying Mentally Motivated During Long-term Injury Recovery

Staying Mentally Motivated During Long-term Injury Recovery
Staying Mentally Motivated During Long-term Injury Recovery by Teige West "It was hard to stop the pity party. I had moments when I cried and wanted to give up. When people were celebrating the one year out to Rio, I was stressing, Oh my gosh, I can't even run right now. I went through the...

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You Must Image it if You Are to Achieve it: the Power of Imagery

You Must Image it if You Are to Achieve it: the Power of Imagery
You Must Image it if You Are to Achieve it: the Power of Imagery By: Melinda Burris Willms We've all heard it before, to the point that it has become a cinematic cliché, a la Rocky Balboa psyching himself up, repeating "No pain, no pain," repeatedly, through bloated and bleeding lips, verbally transcending the bodily...

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Early Season Meets

Early Season Meets
Early Season Meets by Steve McGill Now that the indoor season is underway and many athletes have a few meets under their belt, I felt that this would be a good time to discuss the mental approach that athletes and coaches should take when it comes to competing this time of year. My observation has...

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Inside Workout

Inside Workout
Inside Workout by Steve McGill This time of year, for those of us not located in warm-weather states, it becomes essential to practice inside at least a few days a week. While many colleges in cold-weather areas have an indoor track for the track athletes to train on, such is not the case for high...

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D.O. and Ryan Wilson in Moscow

D.O. and Ryan Wilson in Moscow
D.O and Ryan Wilson in Moscow by Steve McGill For this month's great race, we're going to take a look back to the men's 110 hurdle final at the 2013 World Championships in Moscow. This race, won by David Oliver, included four Americans -- Oliver, Ryan Wilson, Jason Richardson, and Aries Merritt. Merritt, the previous...

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Body Positioning at Full Speed

Body Positioning at Full Speed
Body Positioning at Full Speed by Steve McGill In last month's issue, I took a look at the technique of one of my athletes who was doing a cycling drill at slower speeds. This month, I want to take a look at a different athlete, who was doing some full-speed reps out of the blocks....

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