The Ultimate Track & Field Drill Library

Welcome to TrackPracticePlans.com. We've selected more than 127 simple, fun and effective track & field drills covering every fundamental skill. It's everything you need to engage your kids in practice, improve their skills, and win more matches!

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Pyramids Drill

Purpose Builds endurance. Setup Mark off the following intervals: 100 meters, 150 meters and then 200 meters. How it Works Runner starts off running for 100m, and

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Rope Drill

Purpose Vaulter practices the inversion sequence that is part of vaulting. Setup You need a rope – like one hanging from a gymnasium ceiling. How it Works

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Lead Leg Drill

Purpose This drill focuses on the lead leg and helps the hurdler develop the best technique to get it over the hurdles. Setup You can set up an entire

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Hip Pop Drill

Purpose Strengthens runner’s hip flexor muscle (iliopsoas) which important for sprinting. Setup Drill can be run anywhere. How it Works Runner stands. Runner kicks leg forward using a “hip punch”.Runner kicks opposite leg forward.Runner moves

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Stick Drill

Purpose Sprinters learn to increase stride number and length, while decreasing timesapping ground contact. Setup Lay sticks about 4 feet apart for youths (increase to 5 feet between sticks for older runners) over

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Sand Pit Drill

Purpose This drill focuses on plant and takeoff fundamentals. Setup You need a pole and the long jump sand pit. How it Works Vaulter places the top hand high on the pole. From a standing

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Line Spacing Relay Drill

Purpose Runners practice passing the baton. Setup Four runners line up, with arms extended to maintain proper spacing. They line up along a surface with a line down the middle – like a

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