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    Measuring Speed to Enhance Triple Jump Training

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    Olympic triple jumper Kenta' Bell responds to questions about using timing equipment in his training program.

    http://www.freelaptrackandfield.com/...-and-speed.php

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    Yea, it's certainly useful to keep track of improvements in MaxV, Accel, and the Velocity on the runway....

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    Glaeser, can you post something not Freelap related?

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    T-Slow, will do. I'm working on some design ideas for Kyle's skeleton sled. I think he will do much better at the next push combine if he can practice on something similar before the event. I'll post some photos of a low-cost tracking wheel assembly I built that might give Kyle ideas for a solution.

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