A & B Marching Drills

The A & B March are preludes to the more advanced A, B, & C Skipping drills. I usually get folks acquainted with these before progressing to the skipping drills. The A skip is appropriate for nearly all runners while the B skip should be reserved for folks dealing with hamstring issues and sprinters. These are particularly helpful to train decelerating the tibia in preparation for stance. Have a practice and once you’ve mastered them, feel free to move on to the more advance skipping versions
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