Triple jump skills
triple jump, also known as triple jump, is one of the events in track and field. The triple jump originated in Scotland and Ireland in the middle of the 18th century. The men's triple jump was listed as the first Olympic event in 1896. The women's triple jump was gradually widely carried out in the early 1980s and was listed as the Olympic event in 1992. Today, let's take a look at the skills of the triple jump.
run up: the run-up of triple jump is generally 18-20 steps, with a distance of 38-40 meters. It should be noted that the run-up steps in the last few steps should be uniform, the forward inclination of the body should be large, and the instantaneous landing point of the take-off pedal should be close to the projection point of the body's center of gravity.
coordination between arm swing and breathing: reasonable coordination between arm swing and breathing is very important. During pre swing, both arms relax, swing slowly from bottom to top to head, inhale easily, and then exhale from top to rear on both sides. When you want to take off, your arms quickly swing from bottom to top to your head. Now take a quick and deep breath, and move as fast as when you swing down to the rear of both sides, but at this time, you don't exhale, but hold your breath, so as to provide maximum energy for the muscles before taking off and enhance the instant explosive force of the muscles during taking off.
the body's center of gravity moves forward: before taking off, when the two arms swing from top to bottom to the rear of both sides, the upper body leans forward, then the two arms bend into a squat position, the heels are lifted, and the front soles are used to grasp the ground to control the body balance. The center of gravity moves forward. Although the center of gravity does not move forward very much, it is very important. In this way, it is not necessary to consume power for the center of gravity to move forward during taking off, Create conditions for the body to rise forward and upward.
the first jump: the one legged jump should be high and far, and pay attention to forward.
second jump: the step jump should be a little smaller so that the body's center of gravity can keep up.
the third jump: the take-off should pursue high floating, and pay attention to the take-off angle, which should not be too large.