Starting block - Best use of foot position

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Sprint event comes under track and field events and similar to other events in this event also athletes use different equipments. One of the equipment called Starting blocks use at the beginning of …

Sprint event comes under track and field events and similar to other events in this event also athletes use different equipments. One of the equipment called Starting blocks use at the beginning of the sprint event.

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  • 1. Starting block - Best use of foot position<br />Sprint event comes under track and field events and similar to other events in this event also athletes use different equipments. One of the equipment called Starting blocks use at the beginning of the sprint event.I want to do this! What's This? Due to huge competition, starting blocks are coming with new-new techniques and they differ from each other in their unique style.<br />Proper guidance and continuous practice is needed for each runner to get success with starting blocks. The essential mechanism which is used in starting blocks is a center handrail amid of two wheels or pedals on each side so that every runner can adjust with blocks. <br />Once they have well practiced with the blocks and understood completely then they will feel that their performance have increased automatically. If the starting blocks have used properly then they are favorable to runners.<br />Therefore athletes should learn properly about the blocks and implement proper technique without fail. These blocks can be found at each and every race either it is 100-meter short distance race or relay race of 400-meter. An athlete can win the race within fraction of time if he or she has the proper understanding about usage of starting blocks. Normally, blocks are made out of a thick and solid aluminum spine. It has one pedal on each side with proper adjustment.<br />Buy starting blocks for reasonable price at Track and field gear<br />There will be a cover on the surface of every pedal and that cover made out of rubber material. The cover of rubber material permit for a solid fit linking the base of the pedal and the runner's shoes. There are lots of different varieties of blocks available in market like:<br />International starting blocks, Indoor starting blocks, featuring adjustable blocks, Scholastic starting blocks, block angle alternatives used for various colleges and international contests. Indoor starting blocks will not use any glue to hold an indoor path surface and it hold of two isolate rubber blocks. There will be two types of pedals which dominate track and field opening blocks.<br />One is short pedal and other one is high pedal. If the sprinter will be in the set position then the short pedal will coat top half of the foot only. Whereas high pedal have been the main pedal to start at the international track and field contests because it covers the whole foot.<br />Sprinter should pay high attention on their foot position while start running. The initial points of both feet should be placed on the track if the athlete wants extra posturing in the calf muscles. Sprinter can get additional capable start if their calf muscles well pre-stretched.<br />If the position is not in a proper manner and the total body mass placed further on the legs compare to the arms then there is a possibility of increment in pre-tension. There should be a comparable foot point in the front block and toes are supposed to be on the track surface. <br />For more details contact us @<br />www.trackandfieldgear.com<br />sales@tracknfieldgear.com<br />