there is not much equipment required for high jump. All that is needed is one mat, one pole, and two standard. The two standards hold up the pole and the mat sits behind the standards.
Your feet to jump
jump and land
a mat and a pole thingy
Tape measure, rake/shovel, broom (if needed)
These skills are needed in high jump Flexibility Speed Power Aerial Awareness
The components that are needed in the high jump are flexibility, speed, power, body composition, agility, balance, co-ordination strength and reaction time. These are also very important components that you will need for netball.
bindings,boots,connection cord,ski jumping suit and jumping skiis I think that's it
Viewing the high definition (HD) channels provided by cable company Comcast require specific equipment. First, an HD television is needed. Then, an HD set top box from Comcast is needed.
a bar and two poles to hold the bar and at least one thick matress - 2 is better - not stacked on top of each other but one behind the other so that if you fall of the first matress you land on another. hope this is helpful
What equipment was needed for this experiment
you would need soccer balls, and uniforms. also a field!
Horses can jump as high as they are trained. Some horses can only jump 2 feet high, while other horses can jump 6 feet high.
no it can not jump high
They jump on average about 1m50cm
The tactics that are involve in the high jump are that you bend your knees and jump the distance you can reach.
They can jump really high. 6 can jump a 6 foot fence really easy
What equipment is needed to send and receive email?
the equipment needed is soil, a shovel, and a warm place to plant it:]
yup rabbits jump high!
how high can a wolf jump
A mouse can jump approximately 12 inches high.
Spikes/Running Shoes Track Shot Put Discus Javelin Hammer throw Sand Pit- for Long Jump and triple jump Landing pads for high jump and pole vault Hurdles baton for relays starting block for sprinters
Equipment is like items. If a list of instructions also had a list of equipment needed then it is basically a technical term for items needed. (answer by pop5).
I don't know but that's prety high