Get 70 proven hurdles drills, a six-phase development program and a season-long plan for putting all together.
- Learn how to create an annual training plan for developing championship high hurdlers
- Get a comprehensive, six-phase hurdle development plan
- Discover a learning progression of developing hurdlers
"Great video. Very well thought out training program. The drills are easy to understand and explain to athletes. The video focuses on a training plan and how to progress skills from one phase to the next."with Karim Abdel Wahab,
University of South Carolina Track & Field Assistant Coach (Sprints/Hurdles);
former Colorado State University Assistant Coach/Sprints, Hurdles and Relays;
Coach of the Egyptian National Record Holders in the 100, 200 and 400; Member of the Egyptian Olympic Games Coaching Staff
Coach Adbel Waheb shares a proven step-by-step annual plan that he has used successfully for over 17 years to produce Olympic medal winners and championship caliber athletes. He demonstrates more than 70 drills that are important to developing high hurdlers. The drill sequence starts with basic warm-ups and continues into his Six Phases of Skill Development. Coach Waheb uses his drills to teach a consistent stride pattern, aggressiveness, fast trail leg action, turnover between hurdles and more.
Coach Abdel Waheb begins his presentation with a detailed look at a hurdle-specific warm-up. Athletes demonstrate the proper development and execution of these drills. The video also covers proper starting and hurdling techniques, stressing that a hurdler is a sprinter.
You will also see a detailed, season-long plan to develop hurdlers using the six phases of development -- a system that begins at the start of the school year and concludes with the championship season. Contained in Abdel Waheb's season-long training guide is a complete breakdown of the specific drills needed to become a successful high hurdler.
Coach Abdel Waheb's presentation is an excellent resource for both beginning and experienced hurdlers and coaches. His clear explanations of drills and, specifically, why they are done is illuminating, and his seasonal plan is a great boon to coaches who need guidance in this area.
72 minutes. 2014.Track & Field Videos