TENDENCIES OF USE OF THE TERM «HIGH-JUMP»
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10 ENGLISH BOOKS RELATING TO «HIGH-JUMP»
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The chapters included in this book cover every stage and necessary step regarding the high jump, including warm-up drills, approach drills, takeoff mechanism drills, bar-clearance drills, special strength exercises, more exercises with ...
Cliff Rovelto, Gwen Wentland, 2008
The High Jump
: A New Zealand Childhood
In The High Jump, internationally acclaimed novelist Elizabeth Knox recreates the sensory pleasures and gathering shadows of a New Zealand childhood in the late 1960s and early 1970s.
Maximize your jumping potential with Complete Book of Jumps!
Ed Jacoby, Bob Fraley, 1995
Fundamentals of Track and Field
JUMPING EVENTS The high jump, long jump, and triple jump are closely related
in that their introductory and lead-up activities are very similar. However, these
events differ in their organizational demands, and you'll find it is far easier to keep
Gerry Carr, Gerald A. Carr, 1999
High Jump The apron surrounding the high jump pit is a 15-meter semicircle. In
championship events, a 20-meter runway is suggested. The high jump standards
(the uprights and posts) are rigid. The crossbar may be wood, metal, or another ...
Human Kinetics (Organization), 2009
Sports Injuries: Causes, Diagnosis, Treatment and Prevention
8.3 INJURIES IN THE ATHLETIC JUMPING EVENTS - LONG JUMP, TRIPLE
JUMP, HIGH JUMP AND POLE VAULT 8.3.1 Introduction to injuries in the athletic
jumping events The long jump, triple jump and pole vault all require good
Stephen R. Bird, Neil Black, Philip Newton, 1997
Decathlon, High Jump
, and Other Field Events
The high jump champ of the animal kingdom is a small African antelope called
the "klipspringer." Springy by name and by nature, the klipspringer can leap 25
feet (7.6m) into the air — that's more than three times the human high jump
Winning Jumps and Pole Vault
In the high jump, perhaps the greatest deterrent to realizing one's potential is
injury to the foot, ankle, or knee of the takeoff leg. Many athletes and coaches do
a wonderful job of addressing the immediate concern of improving the athlete's ...
Coaching Youth Track and Field
Scissors High Jump As your athletes begin to learn high jump technique, the "
scissors" should be used as a training tool to emphasize vertical lift. Many
jumpers use the scissors as part of the warm-up on competition day. To introduce
American Sport Education Program, 2008
Kenyan Running: Movement Culture, Geography, and Global Change
Photographed by Adolf Friedrich, Duke of Mecklenburg, while expeditioning
across east Africa in 1907, it shows an anonymous Tutsi athlete taking part in
some kind of high jump event. The Duke described it thus: A line, which could be
John Bale, Joe Sang, 1996