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Thread: CNS Intensive Training

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    Watch the hurdle spacing on those jumps. They are much too close together and could end badly for you (catch a knee on the way up, or catch your tailbone on the way down). Otherwise, everything looks good.

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    Quote Originally Posted by NumberTwo View Post
    Watch the hurdle spacing on those jumps. They are much too close together and could end badly for you (catch a knee on the way up, or catch your tailbone on the way down). Otherwise, everything looks good.
    I was thinking the same thing. You see some people put the hurdles too far apart but I agree, those are simply too close.

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    There is a bar that supports the hurdle that is about 2 inches from the end of the lateral bars that limits the landing area; if I jump from behind it, it is too far, if I jump from in front of it, is is almost too close but better, thus this is why I have them spaced the way they are.

    I really wish I had access to hurdles that did not have this support bar and did not have the curved lateral supports but sharp 90 degree angles.

    Thanks for the compliments.

    But I do have one question, in the Hill run, I do not quite get full extension in my support leg at the beginning of my start.

    I believe I have a requisite level of suppleness and mobility around the hip girdle, along with good strength in my legs, but is this an issue of one of the two or am I just being nit-picky? (it is hard to slow down the video to see it but I can when I do slow-mo/freeze-frame on my computer).

    Thanks.

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