Scissors High Jump: An Essential Guide for Teaching Kids

3 Posts That Will Help You Teach Young Athletes How to Scissors High Jump

These three articles, when combined, will provide you with a complete basic guide for teaching scissors high jump to young athletes.

Learn the importance of the scissors high jump technique, how to introduce the event, and recognize and solve common mistakes that young athletes make.

High Jump: Don’t Cut Out the Scissors

Learn why young athletes should be taught the scissors high jump.

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How to Teach Scissors High Jump to Young Athletes

Discover a sequence of activities that can be used to introduce the scissors high jump to beginners.

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10 Biggest Mistakes Young Athletes Make When They Scissors High Jump

Ten of the most common errors young athletes make in the scissors high jump, along with some possible coaching solutions.

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Use some of the above tips next time you have to teach the scissors high jump

If you use any of the tips outlined in the above articles I would love to hear how it goes. Let me know by leaving a reply/comment or by using the contact details below.

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Darren Wensor is a sports development professional, coach educator, specialist coach of young athletes, and founder of the blog Learn more about him here and connect with him on TwitterFacebookLinkedin, or via email. Check out Coaching Young Athletes on YouTube, the Coaching Young Athletes podcast, and the Coaching Young Athletes E-Book Series.

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