High Jump 101 E-Course
What you'll learn
- High Jump
- Track and Field
- Sports Coaching
High Jump 101 E-Course introduces the "4 Baby Steps of High Jump," the simple plan to teach your high jump athletes how to high jump correctly. Each of the "4 Baby Steps of High Jump" builds off of each other, so if an athlete does Baby Step #1 wrong it will affect the other 3 Baby Steps as well. In this course, you will receive the e-course and other resources that can be printed and referenced while coaching.
Introduction to High Jump Help's Mission
What coaches need in their high jump toolbox
Top 5 mistakes coaches make in the high jump
High Jump Baby Step #1 - The Approach
Video analysis of the approach
What a good approach looks like
7 steps to developing a high jump approach
High Jump Baby Step #2 - The Takeoff
Video analysis of the takeoff
What a good takeoff looks like
High Jump Baby Step #3 - Knee Drive
Video analysis of the knee drive
What a good knee drive looks like
High Jump Baby Step #4 - Overbar Mechanics (Backbend)
Video analysis of the overbar mechanics
What good overbar mechanics looks like
High jump coaching cues
Video analysis of high jumpers in a competition
Demonstration of the most common issues coaches face and how to correct them.
PDF slide handouts of each module of the e-course
"4 Baby Steps of High Jump"
"Top 5 Mistakes High School Coaches make in the High Jump"
"7 Steps to Find a High Jump Approach"
"Coaching Cues during a High Jump Competition"
Who this course is for:
- Track Coaches
- Track Athletes
- High Jumpers
Cory White is the creator and owner of Small Business EHS. Through his 11 years of experience in the Environmental, Health, and Safety world, he noticed how hard interpreting government regulations were. He also discovered that small business owners were the true heroes of the United State's economy so he created Small Business EHS. Cory's mission is to help small businesses develop win-win solutions by creating systems that ensure the business is compliant while creating value for the business. Cory is here to serve your small business.
Cory is a Wisconsin native and loves to be active outdoors in his free time. He is passionate about Track and Field, specifically the high jump event. He grew up working on a cranberry marsh and studied Environmental, Health, and Safety Management for his Bachelor's and Master's degree.