There are three versions of the RunJumpThrow plan describe the stations and provide examples of how to use them:
> The RJT Core Plan informs event organizers how to put together a single-day RJT event. It begins with descriptions of 20 stations along with teaching cues and specifics on what “getting it right” looks like. Guidelines and examples for putting together RJT events follow the descriptions. All single-day RJT events are registered through usatf.org/runjumpthrow are USATF-sanctioned events, with liability insurance provided by USATF. Click here
to register to host a one-day event.
> The RJT 6 Week Plan, provides the Core Plan plus inspiration and ideas for physical educators, parks and recreation administrators and program coordinators on how to use RunJumpThrow as an extended 5-6 week unit. This plan is ideal for organizers looking for unique, long-term programming. This 6 Week Plan is instituted at the discretion of the educator or administrator under their existing structures. Should an educator or administrator wish to conduct a single-day practice meet or event as part of their program, they may register the one-day event as an official RJT event, with USATF sanctioning and insurance. Click here
to download the 6 Week Plan.
> The Addendum
– RJT for Physical Educators, supports PE majors, physical educators, coaches, coaching educators, and coach education accreditors by providing a deeper understanding of the program from a pedagogical perspective, in line with SHAPE America standards and outcomes. This addendum is available after downloading the RJT Core Plan or the RJT 6 Week Plan.