JUMPING

The tables presented here are taken from the "Code de la force" by Georges Hébert (see "Books").

They concern adults, women and men, from 18 to 35 years old.

The tables for the other age groups will be added during 2020.

Execution conditions

For all jumps, 3 tests are carried out. The best performance is selected.

The fallout must be done on the ground, which can be loose (sand), and on the feet only; The jumps with fall on the back, on a mattress have no utility value.

 

High jumps are done over a bar placed on cleats so that to fall easily. Stretched elastic band can only be used

 

Jumping is  either from the front or on the side.

 

For long jumps , the swing and fall grounds must be at the same level and flat.

High jump without momentum:

 

The feet are joined or spread apart; but at the time of climbing it is forbidden to jump, take a call or trample. In addition the two feet must leave the ground at the same time and not one after the other.

They can be done from the front (in this case, there should be no torsion of the body when crossing) or from the side: in this case it is the average of the best jump to the left and the best jump to the right which gives performance.

High jump with momentum:

 

Front jump : The run-up must take place on a line perpendicular to the line to be crossed; The jump can be made on one foot or both at the same time. In the first case, it is the average - right and left call foot - that gives the performance.

 

Side jump: Again, it's the average of the best left jump and the best right jump that gives the performance.

Long jump without momentum:

f the feet are bare, the toes can bow over the vertical projection of the edge of the starting line, to avoid slipping. As for the high jump

Long jump with momentum:

 

The run-up must be 20 meters long and take place on a line perpendicular to the line to be crossed; The jump can be made on one foot or both at the same time. In the first case, it is the average - right and left call foot - that gives the performance.

Again, it's the average - right and left call foot - that gives the performance

WOMEN

 

MEN

 

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