So….if YOU are going to progress using this program and get the results you want, you better make sure you’ve got a good handle on basic core and hip stability first, before delving into this more advanced program.
To put it simply – any kind of foot and leg training that is going to be productive and beneficial must happen on top of a stable, balanced, base of support.
That base of your support is your hip and pelvic girdle.
Time and again, I meet with and speak with athletes looking for the secret or the key, to improving or taking the next step in their training. Its what I do.
In nearly every instance, as we look back on their training and progression over the recent and distant past, to assess why they may not have progressed as they hoped, we very often identify that it is the BASIC stuff – the same things we discussed on the day of their first analysis – the fundamentals, that are STILL lacking and/or that haven’t been addressed.
Please keep this in mind as you move forward and look for the magic bullet.
Whenever you feel it’s getting a little icky, a little complicated, just go back to the basics and fundamentals. Avoid the temptation to be drawn in by some secret recipe or sauce.
Address the basic skills and abilities and look to MASTER those. That, my friends, is your secret recipe and the ultimate key to your success.