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Stability is an often overlooked component of producing power in a variety of moves. Better stability not only protects your body from injuries, it also allows you to utilize your strength and power to it’s fullest potential. Unstable jumps, strides, and landings will result in force leaks (loss of power). For athletes who have already mastered their bilateral landings, the broad jump to single leg landing is a fantastic exercise to further challenge and improve stability while also revealing potential imbalances between legs. The goal of this exercise is to stick and stabilize the landing as quickly as possible. Any balance corrections and wobbles are undesirable. Start out by practicing this exercise with 50% broad jumps and over time, slowly progress toward your max broad jump distance.
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In this video we share with you a simple drill that will help increase your jump and speed. In parkour and freerun…