Project Clarity

Using slow motion video to illustrate the mechanics of sprints, hurdles, jumps and throws

 

The problem as I see it…
There is excellent data available for the technique, physics and biomechanics of T&F. Great stuff that explains not just what to do, but also how/when to do it and why it works. The problem is, without an extensive background and knowledge of the material, this quantitative and often abstract data can be hard to figure out, difficult to apply, and frustrate developmental coaches and athletes whom it would benefit most. It also complicates the task for teachers in the field who want to share this information.

Solution I’m working on…
My passion and desire is to reduce this barrier by creating visual guides to better communicate the technical elements of sprints, hurdles, jumps and throws (using slow motion video, motion graphics, animation, etc).

How you can help…

What do you want to see?

 

 

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