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On 16 June 2010 at 00:00 | updated on 26 July 2014 at 16:19

Muscle Strengthening with Yann Guyader 03: Bringing the leg back after the push

Muscle Strengthening with Yann Guyader 03: Bringing the leg back after the push

Keeping the skating stance is all well and good, but you won't go far without pushing! Let's make those quadriceps work again with that new video of muscle strengthening! Yann Guyader breaks down the push phase off skates for a better balance and a stronger core...

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Bringing back the leg after the push

Aim of the drill

Performing the push off skates while keeping a skating stance. That drill aims at improving your balance on one foot during the push. Be careful not to have improper hip movements.

Length of the drill

Three times on each side.

Stimulated muscle groups:

  • Quadriceps
  • Hamstrings
  • Claves
  • Anterior tibial muscle (shin)
  • Abs
  • Lumbars (low back)

Useful links

#00 Introduction

#01 Keeping the skating stance

#02 Reinforcing the push phase

#03 Bringing the leg back after the push

#04 Squatting on skates

#05 One-leg flexing

#06 Dynamic work for pushes

#07 Arm moves

#08 Lateral leaps

#09 Bringing the skate back with tonicity

#10 Jump series

#11 Static cross-overs

#12 Static cross-overs with straight leg

#13 Lateral leaps with progressive forwards motion

#14 Muscle reinforcement - General conclusion

By Alfathor
Photos: Alfathor
Thanks to Yann Guyader and Bio Rider Nature
Translation: Chloe Seyres 
Released  on 16 June 2010 - Read 11720 times


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