Protect ya legs: shrimp squat x pistol squat

Shrimps, pistols, and other single-leg squat variations are not for strength and power. There are better ways to get truly strong and bouncy (e.g. deadlift, back squat, split squat, power clean, sprint, jump/land, etc). But with greater levels of power come higher amounts of impact. To be truly high-performing and long-lasting in high-impact sports, you … Read more

Six foot drills for ankle mobility, strength, & stability

When I first stumbled upon The Foot Drills by Russ Ebbets, DC, I was impressed by the elegance of the idea. Six foot drills can be done anytime/anywhere, making them a highly accessible and effective way to strengthen your feet and ankles. This makes it easy to do in all kinds of ways (w/ weight, … Read more

Speed parkour competition stats | pilot study

Disclaimer: I’m just a data nerd who’s curious to learn more about parkour speed training. There’s a lot I don’t know but I find this measurable movement style to be one of the most innovative, unexplored areas in all of athletics. No other jump/land/sprint type sport has gone as far as parkour has in adapting … Read more

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