The hands should be placed along the staring line a little wider than shoulder width apart. The thumb and the index finger of each hand should be split wide and aligned along the starting line with the other fingers curled … Continue reading →
Stand in front of the blocks while facing down the track. Back into the blocks and place the front foot in the front block and then place the back foot in the back block. The toes of each foot should … Continue reading →
The first step to the block start is to determine which leg is the power leg and which leg is your speed leg. This is important because the power leg will be placed in the front block and used to … Continue reading →
The torso should remain square to the track with no twisting or rotating motion. The hips should be slightly tucked in to provide more lift for the legs and abs should be tight.