Purpose Hurdlers work on race fundamentals, such as acceleration throughout the run, good stride rhythm and jumping form. Setup Set up hurdles as you would for a typical race; however, only set up
Purpose Hurdler develops their technique for going over the first hurdle. Setup Set up the starting blocks as done for the beginning of the race. Place one hurdle at the normal first hurdle
Purpose Increases a hurdler’s push of power. Setup A set of 10 stairs for the runner to work on. How it Works Hurdler starts at the bottom of a set of stairs. He or she
Purpose This drill focuses on the trail leg and helps the hurdler develop the best technique to get it over the hurdles. Setup You can set up an entire length of hurdles or
Purpose Stresses quick trail-leg recovery and active landing. Setup You need one low hurdle. How it Works Hurdler stands at low hurdle. Hurdler places bent lead leg over
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
Purpose Hurdler develops proper rhythm between hurdles. Setup You need several boxes (like pizza boxes). Place the first about six feet beyond the eighth step mark. How it Works Hurdler runs from the blocks to
Purpose Hurdlers work on keeping their form and hitting a standard takeoff and landing point. Setup Mark off the distance from the hurdle that the runner should take off from and land on.