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Plyometric of the month: Maasai Warrior Pogos.

The Maasai are a group of Inspiring Warriors.  

The killing of a lion is what a young warrior has to do at 14 as a rite-of-passage to become a man.  The video shows a tribal dance, of which the highest jumpers are given high regards, and there are even competitions between tribes.

Athletes grow up being around, mimicking, and performing these dances.

The fascial system drives short contact movements

If an athletic movement or skill is part of one’s culture, it is boosted.

Looking into Maasai culture, jumping is in some ways, their “sport”, and the best jumpers are given better positions in society. There are still fast-twitch and wired athletes that reside in this area.  Check out the video below for an in-depth look at the cultural aspect of this dance.

The Fascia Network is all about Short Contact Movements

When it comes to coordinated, short-contact movements, jumping in particular, the fascial system steers the ship.  This is in opposition to the muscular system, an extreme of which would be riding a bike at a steady pace until one’s legs were fried.  In the middle, though, is barbell squatting, which requires a balance of muscular and fascial components, depending on the depth and speed.

This jumping is all the product of nerves and fascia.

Barefoot is best for Fascia Training

To best engage the fascial system, the feet are the gateway.  By giving the feet good sensory information (i.e., the ground), the response of impact forces is better.  Pretensioning of the plantar fascial will stiffen the system, and tighten the fascial ropes that lead to upstream muscles.  This isn’t to say that you have to walk barefoot absolutely everywhere you go, but there must be dedicated time in the program where barefoot training is happening.

Reflexes are key for short contact work

When a young athlete is operating reflexively, there is often a “kickback” in movement, as indicated by the feet coming up each time like a mini-tuck jump.  This reflexive kickback also primes agonists and antagonists to work in better cooperation, along with the fascia, for each particular jump.  Put Maassai kickback image next to this mini-paragraph.

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“When Michelangelo was asked how he created his masterpieces, he replied that all he did was chip away to get to the masterpiece that was already inside. I believe we’re all chipping away to get to that masterpiece, even those of us who grew up in the ghetto, on the wrong side of the tracks. We all have a divine spark within us, but we’ve either crushed it, created an ingenious system for hiding out, or devised ways of being that make us feel separate. I now regard each person I meet as a caterpillar in a chrysalis. In order to become butterflies, we have to break our way into freedom and transformation.” George Mumford former Peak Performance coach to the Chicago Bulls, Los Angeles Lakers and New York Knicks.

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#1 Exercise to Improve Two-Legged Jumping Ability

Depth Jump to Target

The depth jump to a target is one of the most effective, if not the most effective plyometric for improving two leg vertical jumping ability out there.  It is also great because the specificity of the target stimulates the visual systems, as well as the subconscious goal setting systems of the athlete.

Single Leg Depth Jump

The single leg depth jump actually has more training transfer to jumping off of two legs than it does one.  The reason?

Time spent producing force on the ground. 

In a single leg depth jump, athletes will spend almost double the time on the ground vs. a double leg jump.

With this in mind, athletes will have more time to produce force doing a depth jump off one leg, and the body will adapt in a way that provides loads of stability to the hip and ankle in the process.

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“Every dream you imagine, everything you see and hear and feel in your sleep, that’s not a fantasy, that’s your deep instinct telling you it can all be real. Follow those visions and dreams and desires, and believe what you know. Only you can turn those dreams into reality. Never stop until you do. The greatest battles you will ever fight are with yourself, and you must always be your toughest opponent. Always demand more of yourself than others demand of you. Be honest with yourself, and you’ll be able to meet every challenge with confidence and the deep belief that you are prepared for anything. Life can be complicated; the truth is not. I truly believe I have zero limitations. You should believe the same about yourself. Listen to your instincts. They’re telling you the truth. I want the satisfaction of knowing that every move I make, every thought, every idea, every action takes me further than anyone else has ever gone and makes me better at what I do than anyone else in the world. That’s what drives me. Whatever drives you, let it take you where you want to be. Everything you want can be yours.”

Tim Grover former Vertical Jump Coach to Michael Jordan, Kobe Bryant, and Dwayne Wade.


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