To measure the run-way of a long jump pit's run way simple use a measuring tape, then put the end of the tape on the board that the jumper wants to jump off of. Then have the jumper place his/her take-of foot's heel in the middle of the board. Then depending on the number of steps that the jumper wants to take count that number when their jumping foot hits the ground. the measure from where their foot lands. This is how you measure the board.
A camera and someone who has very good eyes with a white and red flag to signal a scrtch or a good jump.
Take your run-throughs several times and try not to look down at the board; it's not going anywhere!
A legal jump is one that counts, i.e. the jump is measured and goes towards the athlete's result. An "illegal" jump would be one where a foul is committed. This includes, taking off in front of the take-off board, landing outside the pit, walking out of the front of the pit or taking longer than the allotted time.
you count steps from the pit to where you start running (optinal)and when you run you want to get alot of speed so you travel farther as you aprosh the pit push off with your foot and sling everything you have forwardan average jump for a 13 year old boy is about 3 m but if your any good you should get about 3.70
how do you make a binpet jump
yes you can take a long board on a plane.
the long jump is important because it is part of traditionand it is an endurance sport. it trains you to take large ammounts of shock and it helps if you can jump a long wys when running. =)
The board from which the long jumper takes off
In the long jump, you take a single jump wiht will, hopefully, result very far.
Depends on how fit you are.
Triple jump and long jump competitions are often conducted with the same track and landing pit. Take off lines are marked on the track to indicate the separate starting points. High jump requires a landing mat, uprights, crossbars, and a running and take-off area.