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How to master Rotational Skater Hops
Why incorporate Rotational Skater Hops into your work out practice?
If we think of a sport or daily activity that requires you to have single leg stability, control and explosive movement I.e. tennis, soccer, hiking, or even playing with the kids in the garden - Skater Hops allow us to train these movement patterns and develop the body control that translates into better performance. These activity require a person to be able to load weight from one leg to the other and change direction when needed, both safely and in a controlled and dynamic manner for performance.
When should we incorporate Skater Hops into our work out practice?
After ground work has been done on more basic single leg exercises (single leg press, split squats, lunges etc) skater hops can be added into a training program for a more advanced movement pattern to be learned. These can be added in as accessory work for an athlete after compound leg exercises to mimic the stress or movements that athletes may do in their sport. For the general Gym goer, these can be added in for much the same reason as either accessory work or as part of a conditioning circuit for calorie burning and general fitness. Those recovering from ankle, knee or hip injuries may wish to avoid until rehab work he be done to ensure injury prevention.
How do we do a Rotational Skater Hops?