The thesis work includes an eight-week program for track and field discipline long jump, by help of which a trainee can be well prepared for a Special Olympics. This is a high-level competition, which categorizes the competitors based on their gender, age and motor abilities. Of course, it is expected that the competitors are well prepared for such an event. The program is prepared for coaches and teachers who work with athletes of moderate intellectual disabilities. In addition to this, we have set the goals the athlete is expected to achieve by the end of the program and added the descriptions of some basic games, which can be used by coaches and teachers to make training even more interesting. The program also includes precisely defined amount and intensity of training. However, one should never forget that those who train may differ from each other in their abilities greatly, which means that the coach should be the one motivating his athletes and adjust the training to each individual, based on his or her motor abilities and personal wishes. Finally, we should not forget about the broader meaning of such an athletic program, which we have been emphasizing throughout my thesis work. In fact, training is not just a tool for reaching good results, but also we should be aware whether during each exercise we are developing the correct movement patterns, which will provide us with easier and more independent everyday life.