Single Leg Squat Cone Touch - Balanced Movement Studio

Single Leg Squat Cone Touch

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By Brian Beatty | The objective of this theoretically simple, but realistically challenging exercise is to refine your control when on one leg so that your energy expenditure in running goes toward moving you forward, not just holding you upright.
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Rachel Kelley
Rachel Kelley

5 out of 5 stars

posted 6 months ago

As a semi pro ultra runner I’m always looking for a tune up to make the many miles I run more efficient. Brian helped me rework a movement pattern in my shoulder, and abdominal rotation resulting in a 30 second per mile speed up, while feeling like I’m running with the same easy effort.
I also enjoy Scott’a yoga classes to help me relax and reset my very stiff body.