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Unread postby Azbeachboy1 » Tue Oct 04, 2005 3:21 pm

vaulter0512 wrote:hmm

Im 5"11

100 in 10.58 Flying 30 in 3.03

170lbs

7lefts from 84.6ft

Pr. 15"4

we got some fast pole vaulters on this site, u should be jumping at least 17+ even with bad form.
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Unread postby Periwinklegs » Tue Oct 04, 2005 5:02 pm

This is sweet i cant wait to hear my answer... I'm 5'6"with a 100 speed of 12.2 and a best jump of 12' 3"

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Unread postby jomrus » Thu Oct 06, 2005 7:53 pm

6'0'' - 11.2 in the 100 - 5.51
????
JR+MS=JR&MR

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Unread postby tim hutzley » Thu Oct 06, 2005 8:19 pm

I am 6'
in the 100 I ran 12.2 :dazed:
161lbs
6 lefts 4.88m

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Unread postby VTechVaulter » Sat Oct 08, 2005 3:02 pm

sorry ive been busy

heres a link to the program


everything has to be entered in metric

enter your height in meters
enter your speed in meters/second
and enter your best vault in meters

ignore all the cog compensation.. they are holding numbers i needed so dont alter those

http://filebox.vt.edu/users/bmondsch/polevault.xls
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Unread postby Lax PV » Sun Oct 09, 2005 5:45 pm

What is the thinking of multiplying the cog (I am assuming that is to calculate the center of gravity) by 1.5?

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Unread postby TreyDECA » Mon Oct 10, 2005 10:57 pm

VTechVaulter wrote:sorry ive been busy

heres a link to the program


everything has to be entered in metric

enter your height in meters
enter your speed in meters/second
and enter your best vault in meters

ignore all the cog compensation.. they are holding numbers i needed so dont alter those

http://filebox.vt.edu/users/bmondsch/polevault.xls


how are you converting 100m times into m/s?? just wondering, cause i've got myself at a max vault of 7.26m. and that doesn't seem right, but i know i'm moving at least 10.25 m/s in a full sprint. ( w/ 10.5m/s, 1.98m, 5.10pr) in high school i ran 1.44sec for a flying 15 at earl's
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Unread postby VTechVaulter » Tue Oct 11, 2005 12:17 pm

with a really hard pike up top, you can raise your body above your cog. since your cog is about half hour body, i figure fold that in half again and that would be a decent estimate for pike gains.
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Unread postby VTechVaulter » Tue Oct 11, 2005 12:18 pm

well i estimated by taking 100m / time
i know its not perfect because your faster at the end then beginning and all that stuff. its just an approximation that works pretty well for people who aren't on extreme ends of the spectrum

TreyDECA wrote:
VTechVaulter wrote:sorry ive been busy

heres a link to the program


everything has to be entered in metric

enter your height in meters
enter your speed in meters/second
and enter your best vault in meters

ignore all the cog compensation.. they are holding numbers i needed so dont alter those

http://filebox.vt.edu/users/bmondsch/polevault.xls


how are you converting 100m times into m/s?? just wondering, cause i've got myself at a max vault of 7.26m. and that doesn't seem right, but i know i'm moving at least 10.25 m/s in a full sprint. ( w/ 10.5m/s, 1.98m, 5.10pr) in high school i ran 1.44sec for a flying 15 at earl's
Brian Mondschein
Philadelphia Jumps Club, Coach and Co-Founder
www.phillyjumpsclub.com


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