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  1. An introduction about rules of starting blocks and steps to follow

  2. Starting blocks are one of the important tools used in track and field at the beginning of sprint races. • These are a gadget implemented in the sports movement to retain track of and arena by turn sports athletes to preserve their feet. • Each runner has his own blocks, and if used properly, they help keep his feet from fall when the starting gun is fired and the competition begins.

  3. Throughout the years, the use of starting blocks has increased to the point that no world-class sprinter will start a race 400 meters or less without them.

  4. Important Rules: • Starting blocks are to be used in track events, not as a fabric aid to the runner, but to defend the track and to speed up the carrying out of the meet. • There are also rules on how the blocks are finished. • They cannot contain springs or any other tool that might help the runner speed up. • Each sprinter running any race up to 400 meters should use starting blocks, according to rules.

  5. Steps to follow while running by use of starting blocks • Walk toward the back into the starting blocks. Many sprinter do this in order to a little loosen up the hamstrings and calves before the race. • Place the base of your power leg, or strongest leg, on the front block to help make onward momentum as you take off.

  6. Place the foot of your other leg on the back block. This is known as your "lead leg" since it comes forward at the beginning to land in front and set you on your way. • Curve your front power leg to concerning 90 degrees, and your back lead leg to about 120 degrees. • Your toes must be on the path and your heels on the blocks. • Push off with your front power leg when the firearm sounds. Your lead leg and the arm on that side must drive out into the path, and not up, as your primary move in the race.