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The track & field starters guide. By: Coach Cam Hinz 11 th grade. History of track. Ancient Greece Olympics No clothes . History. Much has changed Different types of sports now Every 4 years. The birth of track & field. Early running & field events 1 st -18 th Olympiads.

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The track & field starters guide

By: Coach Cam Hinz

11th grade


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History of track

  • Ancient Greece

  • Olympics

  • No clothes


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History

  • Much has changed

  • Different types of sports now

  • Every 4 years



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Early running & field events1st-18th Olympiads

  • 4 different running events

  • Stade race

  • Javelin

  • Discus

  • Jump (long)



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Modern Day Events

  • 100m

  • 200m

  • 400m

  • 110HH

  • 400mH

Sprints


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Modern Day Events

Field

  • HJ

  • LJ

  • TJ

  • PV


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Modern Day Events

Field

  • Shot

  • Disc

  • Javelin

  • Hammer


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Modern Day Events

  • 800m

  • 1500m

  • 1600m

  • 3000msc

Middle Distance


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Modern Day Events

  • 3200m

  • 5000m

  • 10,000m

Distance


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Modern Day Events

Relays

  • 4x100m

  • 4x200m

  • 4x400m


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Modern Day Events

Relays

  • 4x800

  • 4x1600

  • Sprint Medley

  • Distance Medley


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So many events...

How do you train?


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TRAINING

  • 3 main energy systems in body

  • 1.Creatine Phosphate System (CP)

  • 2.Anaerobic Glycolytic (AG)

  • 3.Oxidadative Phosphorilative (OP)

Train specific energy systems


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TRAINING

CP System

  • Short, Quick bursts (Power Events)

  • >10 seconds

  • Anaerobic


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TRAINING

Events dependant primarily on CP System

  • All Field events

  • > 200m


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TRAINING

AG system

  • Fast, not as fast as CP

  • Anaerobic

  • 1-2 minute duration


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TRAINING

Events dependant primarily on AG System

  • 200-800m Runs

  • Some 1500m


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TRAINING

OP System

  • Potentially limitless duration

  • Aerobic

  • Predominant energy system in endurance exercise


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TRAINING

  • 1600-10,000 & up

Events dependant primarily on OG system


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Factors Affecting

Performance


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Performance

  • Coordination and economy

  • Environment

  • Psychological Factors

FACTORS


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Performance

Strength

Energy output

  • Aerobic

  • Anaerobic

FACTORS






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CREDITS

www.rundown.com

www.mastertrack.com

www.ncaasports.com


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