Skipping Hurdle Agility Drills 
Skipping Hurdle Agility Drills
by eHow / Saidia Rafel
Video Lecture 8 of 13
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Date Added: August 3, 2009

Lecture Description

In this video lesson, Athletics Instructor Saidia Rafel teaches skipping hurdle agility drills to become better at hurdling in this free video on hurdling tips and techniques.

Video Transcript: SAIDIA RAFEL: "Now we're going to step it up a notch and get moving from walking drills to skipping drills. Before I get started showing you some great hurdle action I'm going to take a swig of my Aquafina to stay hydrated. It's very important that when you're working out, any type of exercise, that you keep a trusted bottle of a power drinks or water to the side. I personally like to drink water during the workout and then drink PowerAde, Gatorade after the workout to get those electrolytes back into my system. Stay hydrated. It's very important and it will help you have an excellent, efficient and fun workout. What I'm going to do is demonstrate some skipping drills. We're going to do over the side, left leg lead, my right leg trail leg, and then I'm going to do some skipping over the top. How I place the hurdles is, I did it 6 feet apart. The way to measure your 6 feet is simply one foot in front of the other starting from the edge of the hurdle, like this. Put one foot in front of the other. That's how I measured it. Just to show you, one, two, three, four, five, six. Then do it again at this point. One, two, three, four, five, six. Measure it that way and then you'll have your spacing for the hurdles. We're going to jump up and I'll show you how to do some skipping drills."

Course Index

Course Description

In this course, Athletics Instructor Saidia Rafel gives 13 video lectures on Hurdle Agility Drills & Tips for Great Hurdling. Learn hurdle agility drills and tips for great hurdling from expert hurdler Saidia Rafel. Saidia will teach you A skip hurdle drills, how to warm up for running the hurdles, and the karaoke hurdle drill. She will give you free expert tips for great hurdling such as how to determine your lead leg, how to alternate steps when running the 110m hurdles and the 400m hurdles, and how to stay hydrated when hurdling.


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