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vaulting

Biomechanics A high energy stance phase modification where a person positions him/herself on his/her toes, which requires ↑ ground clearance of the swinging leg; the exaggerated vertical movement of the trunk imparts an ungainly appearance
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Katie Henderson took first place in the Junior 2* Individual female class with Kerri Brylka third, Mhairi Hume was fourth and Kyra Lennie sixth - all vaulting on Captain Jack lunged by Joanne Littlejohn.
"He's bettered some kids from other schools who have been pole vaulting for many more years."
In pole vaulting it is important not merely to observe whether a vaulter clears the bar, but to slow down the video and break down the vault into its component parts--the handgrip, carry, run, plant, drive, swing, pull-turn-push, clearance technique, and where the vaulter lands in the pit.
Vaulting the data to a central location from multiple sites has helped us move toward that goal.
Emma Leslie, also vaulting on WH Bentley, was fourth in the female individual Junior 1* class.
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Nearly every catastrophic injury over the last 20 years could have been avoided by (1) using common-sense where circumstances dictate, (2) strict compliance to the rules on hazard-free soft-landing zones around the landing mat, (3) proper use and maintenance of legal-sized landing mats and vaulting poles, and (4) seeing that the participants (athlete and coach) acquire an accredited pole-vault event education.
And lest we forget, Scholastic Coach publishes its first article on women's pole vaulting in March 2001!
Pole vault equipment market is largely impacted with the injuries associated with the sport, with the decreasing participation in pole vaulting. It is considered as the third most difficult sport across the globe with the risk of injuries increasing with increase in height.
Consider a female vaulter who is normally one pound under the designed weight of the vaulting pole, but who adds three to five pounds during her monthly cycle.
Pole vaulting is a complex undertaking that coaches have to study in order to take the mystery out of it.
Request For Report Sample - https://www.factmr.com/connectus/sample?flag=S&rep_id=921 Ascended from a purpose-driven technique such as overcoming castle walls or crossing irrigation ditches, pole vaulting has emerged as a tedious and at the same time a high tech sporting discipline at the Olympic level, which has initiated a positive, albeit slow, growth path since the past few years.