When you want to do a high speed, explosive movement, say sprinting for example, it can be very helpful to slow it down and go over each bit piece by piece.
Jumping, sprinting, sled pulls and single leg training all can take a toll on your lower legs and calf muscle
Try out the next progression to activate your obliques.
Share Shoulders getting a little gnarly? Try out this shoulder exercise complex. You can add a few sets of these shoulder exercises as part of your warm up or cool down. It will only take a couple of minutes each week! – Joe Hashey, CSCS – PS. Feel better FOREVER with POWERFUL MUSCLE RECOVERY
Whether you are trying to run faster or increase your max strength, a strong core is MANDATORY.