Need Information on Hurdle Camps
I have a fairy fast son, who has turned out for track the last 2 years. I've thought he was fast but I'm the mom. I've waited to see if he really was and if he showed any interest in learning better techniques. He is the fastest every meet from the start to the first hurdle, has no clue what to do with his hurdle form, and still managed to finish in the top five at our state qualifying meet. He asked for a camp. Should I send him to one that touches all events, or should I get him what he's lacked thus far and that's focued help with the hurdles? If the latter, then where might you suggest? I'm not a pushy mom. I think he realizes that with correct technique, he could find out just how fast he is.
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