Track season starts in Jan., there is something called "conditioning" where they help you get ready. Should I try running on my own warmin' up for the "conditioning". Has anyone juped hurdles? That is intersting, is there anything that I should know about that one?
helpachick answered Saturday December 17 2005, 3:31 am: hey! yeah start as soon as you can on running before track starts it will really help you those first few days!!!! yeah, i've done hurdles and i love them! a couple things are well ok you run and go over your first one. theres a little space in between that one and the next so measure how many steps that is for you and then jump. once you land and start for the next one think the pattern in your head. ex: step step jump (land) step step jump...etc. hope i helped and have fun in track!
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DancinCutie08 answered Saturday December 17 2005, 2:37 am: well in most conditioning they dont do hurdles as far as i have heard of but i would try warmin up before conditioning because conidioning can be hard.. well thats the point of it. i would recomend doing alot of stretches so that you are ready when its time to start doing hurdles. maybe practice doing hurdles or something in your house by jumping onto your bed or something. hope that helps. i ran track but ive never done hurdles myself, only watched [ DancinCutie08's advice column | Ask DancinCutie08 A Question ]
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