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Something a little different for me!
I started my new trimester of uni this week and my task for week one was to create an image representing what I think of when I hear the words crime and criminal.
So I spent 2 hours the other night scribbling away and ended up with this, definitely not a masterpiece but I'm pretty pleased. I think I'll stick with my camera though 😉
POWER EXERCISES FOR SPEED
Power and explosiveness is an area of focus we need to work on when looking to improve overall speed. It’s pretty simple in that if we heighten our power output, through jump training for example, we’ll get faster.
In this I share some tuck jump variations with a stick landing. The stick landing is a really important part of the jump and yet often an area most people neglect. Not only will placing focus on a controlled landing reducing injury risk but will also enable to train the amount of force we can absorb to then produce in height and power.
Now these are pretty advanced movements in that they require a fair amount of force to get enough height on the jump to adjust the feet for the landing. So you may want to try something like a Depth Drop off a box or a Snapdown from a standing position that are a little less taxing (something I’ll do a video on in the future) and are just as important to drill for the same outcome. .
The below exercises teach the concentric contractions in the initial jump, the ability to effectively absorb the force upon landing and the slight isometric hold at the bottom.
1 – TUCK JUMPS WITH STICK LANDING
Start with feet hip width before jumping, tucking the knees in and landing in a controlled stance with the feet roughly in the same position.
2 – SINGLE LEG TUCK JUMPS WITH STICK LANDING
These are the same as the above but taking off with a single leg. As you can see with myself, it’s important to limit the amount of knee valgus upon take off and still work to get that “snappy” hip flexion with the leg that’s taking off.
3 – SINGLE LEG TUCK JUMPS WITH SPLIT STANCE LANDING
Again this is the same as the previous single leg take off only this time landing in a split lunge position. Despite landing this way we still want a controlled “stick” at the bottom. .
4 – TUCK JUMPS WITH SPLIT STANCE LANDING
Finally, this variation is landing in the split lunge stance again but this time taking off with both legs.
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"Dan, if you had to pick one thing that the kids today need more of...what would it be?" I was recently asked this and answered...
“Skills. Not more knowledge. Not more textbooks. Applicable, real world skills," I replied.
“Well, what does that mean? What kinds of skills should people have?”
“Skills that add value. Something that could make other people money, or position you in a unique and irreplaceable way."
"So like marketing? What about something like filming, or dancing that has nothing to do with making people money?"
"Well, I know somebody who makes $100K a year as a ballroom dance instructor. The point is to become so good at your skill, or at least be different enough to be irreplaceable. And if that skill happens to make people more money, it is easier to charge more."
"Wow ok. And where can people learn these skills? Are they taught in school?"
"Very few are. Like being a doctor or lawyer can be considered a valuable skill because you can become irreplaceable in someone's life. But most degrees unfortunately don't give you the skills you need."
"So how did you get your first skills?"
"I learned them from my first mentor, Alan. He gave me the secrets to become the successful person I am today. The best skills can't be developed by watching a bunch of videos. They can only be developed by having a single mentor or someone to show you exactly what they did, and copy them."
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Nevertheless She Persisted
Let’s talk POWER. We all have unique strengths and gifts but true power comes from sharing those strengths with others and lifting each other up. True power also shines through when you are at a low and you really muster up the strength to overcome those obstacles that are standing in your way. So here is just a little reminder that yes you do have the Power inside of you and yes you can do it. So what the time that it takes or the route to how you get there. What matters is you finding your unique power, grounding yourself in that truth and sharing it with others.