Key Points1. The turn should be a smooth one, not one where your upper body is swinging violently.2. Make certain you land balanced and in control.
Key Points1. Landing and maintaining balance is key here.2. Focus on landing in a squat position.
Key Points1. Use your arms as catalysts for momentum. 2. Use the force of prior jump to fuel the explosion of the following.
Key Points1. Position your mini-hurdles so that you have room to jump up high, and also to jump forward. 2. The turn should allow you to land facing 90 degrees from where you started your jump.