- A series of skips and hops that you can do anywhere anytime
- Exaggerate running motion to improve biomechanics and running coordination
- Practice proper running technique in a controlled setting.
- Drive your arms back while simultaneously driving your hips forward to get maximum whole-body engagement during your gait cycle
- Practice engaging your calf/ankles in the push phase of your gait cycle (improve stride length)
- Strengthen your feet
- Take the stress off your knees and hips
- Teach your body how to balance (coordination) and maintain good posture through the running gait cycle
- React fast to the foot on ground contact (improve your running cadence)
Beginner: 2 sets for 20-30meters without losing form.
Intermediate: 1 set for 20-30meters
Advanced: 1 sets for 20-30meters
- This exercise is not meant to fatigue you.
- Maintain your explosiveness and make sure you “pop” off the ground.