Good vs Bad Triple Jump

Posted by Reuben Jones

Complete Track and Field Clinic




Today, Complete Track & Field Clinic Jumps Leader Reuben Jones shares a video breaking down what ‘bad’ triple jump looks like and what ‘good’ triple jump looks like.

He also explains common errors to look for, as well as what quality execution looks like. Plus, he uses a 43’4 female triple jumper as his demo athlete, so that alone is worth checking out!

If you’ve struggled performing or coaching the triple jump this year, you’ll definitely want to watch this video!

If you’re serious about getting better as a jumper or jumps coach, then register now for the 2013 Complete Track & Field Clinic.

The first entry deadline is Friday, May 31, 2013!

Remember: Coach Jones will be teaching and fixing these techniques at this summer’s Complete Track & Field clinic. Our first registration deadline is *this* Friday, May 31 so if you haven’t registered yet, you’re running out of time!

Reuben Jones is the Assistant Women's Track & Field Coach at Princeton University, as well as the Horizontal Jumps Lead Instructor at the Complete Track and Field Summer Clinic , the largest HS track and field clinic in the United States.

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